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London’s Junction 2 announces new location, dates, and artist additions


Due to COVID related building delays on the home of the festival, Junction 2 Festival will be moving to Trent Park for one year only whilst building work is completed.

Now taking place on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th June, Junction 2 Festival will host an array of artists across the electronic spectrum from a more eclectic lineup on Saturday, through to a techno-influenced bill on Sunday.

New additions to the monumental lineup include Maribou State DJ, George FitzGerald Live, Mount Kimbie, Romy, TSHA, Ela Minus Live, Max Cooper Live, Ben Böhmer Live, and Theo Nasa.

Previously announced artists include Jon Hopkins, Avalon Emerson, Chaos in the CBD, Four Tet, Zenker Brothers, Adam Beyer, Omar plus more with Maceo Plex playing both days. Having now been delayed for two years, Junction 2 finally returns as one of the capital’s most loved dance festivals with over 55 acts performing across the weekend at Trent Park.

“It has been quite a journey through COVID 19, to come through that and find Boston Manor Park is unavailable to us in 2022 was a real body blow. We are so disappointed as a team, but at the same time, we have been feeling honoured at the sheer volume of people who have waited patiently to see this epic lineup, so the show must go on, and are determined that we will deliver this Festival in true J2 spirit to repay your support and loyalty.

We have worked in Trent park many times before so we know the space, its strengths and crucially that we can achieve a great sound. After such a long wait, I’m excited to get back to doing what Junction 2 does best.”

Will Harold, Founder of Junction 2

More information HERE.

Junction 2

Full Line Up:


Avalon Emerson
Ben Böhmer Live
Carlota Marques
Chaos In The CBD
Eclair Fifi
Ela Minus Live
Four Tet
George FitzGerald Live
Hessle Audio Trio
Jon Hopkins Live
Jossy Mitsu
Maceo Plex
Maribou State DJ
Max Cooper Live
Mount Kimbie DJ
Rival Consoles Live
Roza Terenzi b2b D. Tiffany
Yu Su
Zenker Brothers


999999999 Live
Adam Beyer
Amelie Lens
Anastasia Kristensen
Ben Klock
Benjamin Damage Live
Dax J
Dense & Pika Live
Dr Rubinstein
E-Dancer Live
Frankel & Harper
Fumiya Tanaka
Joel Mull
Maceo Plex
Margaret Dygas
Mind Against
Nina Kraviz
Robert Hood Live
Sam Bangura b2b Robin Ordell
Sugar Free
The Blessed Madonna
Theo Nasa

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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