Brighton is gaining a brand new festival this September, heading for Stanmer Park, it’s a mixture of Brighton’s most creative, high spirited individuals; Boundary Brighton is a festival with four music stages, a vintage fair and delicious local food from some of Brighton’s favourite dining spots, all taking place between the downs and the city.
International DJ’s And Live Acts
Each of the four stages will offer entirely different musical performances. House, Dub, Basement, Techno, Drum and Bass, Breaks, Electronica and even expect a little Jazz.
One of a Kind
This festival of music and entertainment is not just the average. It’s bespoke, Boutique and one of a kind, with a line-up of music fit for a much larger stage. Each stage will be individual and totally unexpected.
Boundary are representing the best of Brighton’s nightlife, alongside them, they will be supported by some of the city’s leading music institutions who will each host a stage.
If you enjoy the nightlife sounds of Barcelona and Ibiza with a mixture of off the scale performances, confetti filled air and crowd surfing, then you’ll love what’s due to take place on the Arch stage.
Patterns, Known for it’s intimate dance floor and flawless sound systems are providing an underground edge with deeper, leftfield sounds. For now the rest is a mystery, more information is due to be revealed as the stage is created by the organizers…
Big Stage, even bigger sounds more like your style? Concorde 2 stage will have the party going on and on, it’s beautiful façade and personal feel are something unique to the average main stage.
Last but not the least at all, the Victorian bandstand perched on the hilltop, overlooking the rest of the festival will bring a totally feel to the festival, a fun line up can be expected to keep you dancing all day.
Boundary Brighton have created a truly unique festival that hopefully the Brighton Public can enjoy for years to come, feel free to get yourselves involved. Big or small idea’s welcomed!
The event takes place in Stanmer park, September 17th. Find out more here