Boundary Brighton Releases Exciting Lineup

You may remember that at the start of the month, The Verse announced that the South Coast’s new music festival, Boundary Brighton, will be launching at Stanmer Park on the 17th of September this year.

However we can now announce that the line up of artists that will be bringing the party to the four stages of the new festival will include the likes of: Seth Troxler, Wilkinson, Joy Orbison, Bondax, Jungle (DJ set), Snake Hips, Toddla T, Tom Trago, Gentleman’s Dub Club,  Submotion Orchestra, Congo Natty – Ft. Congo Dubz, Solardo, Mehtola, Bob Kerr & His Whopee Band, Jem Stone’s Village Disco, Mr Bongo Sound System and Charles Green.

Gentleman's Dub Club
Gentleman’s Dub Club

 

Mixmag partner with Brighton’s multi- award winning, eclectic nightclub Concorde 2. The seaside club that has been a top choice for students since 2000 knows everything there is to know about creating a party atmosphere – and to be honest, anything they don’t know about it isn’t worth knowing.

Wilkinson
Wilkinson

Meanwhile, party brand elrow will be joining forces with Brighton’s other hotspot, The Arch, in order to bring the sound of Barcelona and Ibiza, with what the organisers describe as “explosions of colour and sound [that] will create a kaleidoscopic assault on the senses”. If thats not enough we will see LWE – London’s biggest underground event organisers – team up with Brighton’s Patterns to bring an ‘infusion of techno and house in an immersive venue’.

Boundary Brighton has everything you’ll need to transition back to student life, and if you get bored of the music (ha- yeah right) then there is a vintage fair and ‘delectable street-food delights’ to keep the happy vibes flowing. The brand new festival perfectly rounds off the end to a chilled summer with throwbacks to summer vibes, all set in the gorgeous seaside student town of Brighton. If you vintage fair and delectable street-food delights to the beautiful seaside location.

The Verse Staff

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