Boundary Brighton Festival Drops Phase 2 of it’s Line Up – Will Sell Out for 6th Year in a Row

Boundary Brighton Festival Drops Phase 2 of it’s Line Up – Will Sell Out for 6th Year in a Row

Local events company ROX Promotions will announce phase 2 line up of the South Coast’s biggest commercial electronic dance music festival, Boundary Brighton tomorrow morning at 10am (Thursday 11th August)

Local hero Friction has been added for a special hometown gig on the SuperCharged stage and a return to Boundary for Harriet Jaxxon after her show stealing set in 2021, we simply had to invite her back. There are Boundary debuts for one of the U.K’s best loved selectors, Skream, and joining him on The Arch stage is one of the hottest names in house music to emerge in 2022, Ben Hemsley, fresh off the back of selling out countless headline shows throughout the U.K. Finally the DNB Direct stage adds not only Amplify and Tim Reaper but also man of the moment Monrroe as well as the D&B’s scene’s gatekeeper Dom Whiting.

Still one more artist and a co-headliner to be announced and trust us it’s worth the wait! (due to be announced end of Aug)

Some key info:

  • Boundary Brighton has sold out all 5 years it has happened.
  • The date of the festival is 24th September 2022
  • One last festival to look forward to and close summer in style
  • 20000 people attend every year
  • Less than 4000 tickets remaining for this year and the festival will sell out in advance
  • Tickets are currently £45+bf and £40+bf for Students. Will rise in price to £55+bf.
  • Mixture of international superstar DJs, the best electronic DJ’s and performers the UK has to offer as well some amazing local talent.
  • Biggest and most diverse lineup ever for Boundary with more genres in the dance music spectrum catered to then ever before
  • Local brands Brighton ROX, SuperCharged & DNB Direct all host stages as well as local venue The Arch
  • 4th stage open to the public for the first time in the new Boneyard area
  • 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 5000 tickets to the universities. We do this to give back to ‘Brighton’ and support our audience.
  • We are the biggest commercial festival on the south coast and for over 60 miles radius
  • The event supports and hires over 350 staff
  • Aftermovie showing the scale of the 2021 event can be found here
  • Tickets can be purchased from

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