Boundary Brighton announces full line up for end of summer festival that closes festival season

The South Coast’s biggest commercial electronic dance music festival, Boundary Brighton tomorrow morning at 11am (Thursday 29th June) announces it’s full line up.

Billed as the festival that officially closes festival season in style or the ‘last one of summer’ it’s the perfect opportunity for people to enjoy summer and have something to look forward to for the rest of summer.

Time to get your dancing shoes on as Fuse head honcho ENZO SIRAGUSA headlines local Brighton brand Moody Disco’s Big Top Stage. He is joined by Eastenderz label head EAST END DUBS who has sold out The Arch Brighton in record time previously. SIDNEY CHARLES, KELLIE ALLEN are also on the Moody Disco stage. Printworks headliners (who also sold it out) SOLARDO return to Brighton as well joined by American superstar producer/DJ DISCO LINES. On the Volks stage one of DNB fastest rising stars SOTA as well as breakthrough artist JAMES HIRAETH are added to the line up. Forward thinking and iconic Brighton venue PATTERNS have announced their stage line up and it’s a belter. Glasto show stealers Girl’s Don’t Sync headline with Prospa, KILIMANJARO, Taylah Elaine & Amaliah rounding off the Patterns Woodlands stage.

Some key info:

Boundary Brighton has sold out all 6 years it has been hosted.
The date of the festival is 30th September 2023
One last festival to look forward to and close summer in style
20000 people attend every year
On course to defy odds in a tough climate this year and sell out
Tickets are currently £47.50+ booking fee 
Mixture of international superstar DJs, the best electronic DJ’s and performers the UK has to offer as well some amazing local talent.
Local venues PATTERNS & VOLKS host stages as well as local brands SuperCharged, Moody Disco & Southpoint
The festival works with and supports local brands and venues to make this a ‘Brighton’ festival
Both local universities base their entire freshers week party around Boundary Brighton. The festival sells them tickets really cheap which they then in turn sell on to their students to generate extra revenue for their student activities throughout the year and which helps fund the student union. We sell around 4000 tickets to the universities. We do this to give back to ‘Brighton’ and support our audience. Brighton University students can right now purchase heavily discounted tickets via their student union.
We are the biggest commercial festival on the south coast and for over 60 miles radius
The event supports and hires over 350 staff
Selection of images from the festival available to use can be found here
Aftermovie showing the scale of the 2022 event can be found here
Tickets can be purchased from