Boundary Festival promise their biggest event so far
Saturday 28th September marks the fourth edition of Boundary Festival in Brighton. With the previous three years being described as “overwhelmingly successful”, it’s safe to say that all those attending this year’s event, are in for a treat. Boundary promises to push your festival going experience right to the limit, and transcend your previous conceptions of what an immersive fun party experience can be. The festival organizers have also made it possible to fit the entire capacity of the festival underneath the two huge top tents, meaning that rain or shine, the party will go on! The line-up announced so far, is bursting with some of the biggest names in the scene….
Boundary main-stage will be sponsored by SuperCharged. The bass fanatics behind Brighton’s SuperCharged have taken the city by storm, carving out a position at the top of the tree when it comes to break-beat, dubstep and drum ’n’ bass. Headlining on the day, will be the none other than the infamous Chase & Status. Support will come in the form of some absolute titans with the likes of Andy C, Wilkinson, My Nu Leng, Dread MC, Holy Goof, Ms Banks, Jaguar Skills, Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn, and of course the SuperCharged Residents, all making an appearance!
The Big House Top Tent will be sponsored by The Arch. Playing host to the likes of Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox, Annie Mac and many more, The Arch has one mission – to blow Brighton’s underground club scene out of the water. Bringing a line-up to rival the main-stage, the main act will be none other than the legendary duo Camelphat. Supporting the duo will be Alan Fitzpatrick, Sonny Fodera, Detlef, Danny Howard, Mason Maynard, Meduza, Ku De Ta, Maklipz, and Olliver Sturdy. Some mammoth names making an appearance this year!
The third and final stage will be the OneAway Outdoor Container Stage, with Friction, Hybrid Minds, Randall, Benny L, Kronical, Stanton Warriors, and Krafty Kuts making up last piece of the Boundary 2019 puzzle.
As well as a day of fun, festival goers will also be privileged to a number of official and non-official after parties sweeping the city. SuperCharged will be back on their home turf at Concorde 2, OneAway will be taking over The Arch for the evening, and Boundary resident Olliver Sturdy will be back for his un-official ‘Syndicate’ party at Badda Bing. So much choice!
For those of you who still haven’t grabbed a ticket yet, move fast as they are running out. You can find all remaining tickets here