Junction 2 London

London’s Junction 2 becomes a two-day festival for 2019

16th October 2018 Off By

Award-winning dance music festival Junction 2 returns for 2019, expanding across 2 consecutive days of music at Boston Manor Park on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th June 2019.

Following another sell-out year that saw a historic closing set from Adam Beyer and Carl Cox back-to-back under The Bridge, Åme and Dixon play for 6 hours straight and Nina Kraviz blowing minds at The Hex arena, Junction 2 are thrilled to be returning to the stunning and unique surrounds of Boston Manor Park for a 4th year.

The newly added Friday will showcase a more diverse spectrum of sounds, with the scenes most reputed selectors, weaving a cohesive collage of styles. A veritable smorgasbord of electronic music.

Saturday at Junction 2 will continue to be rooted in techno, with some of the industry’s most influential figures flying in from across the globe to bring dancefloor-pounding sessions to the UK’s most in-demand festival.

Junction 2 will be sticking to their ethos of ‘less is more’. This is reflected in their dedication to extended set times – giving artists free-reign to craft a musical journey with a start, middle and end.

In addition, their promise to deliver exceptional sound quality, dispense with the traditional “big top” format and strictly no VIP, all remain to be true.

Operationally, they are honing the work of the past 3 years; a festival that genuinely places the customer experience at its heart.

Junction 2 London
Image credit: Sam Neill

The 1st artist announcement is imminent – and they strive to continue their reputation for curating considered line-ups, featuring an expansive selection of artists from underground spheres.

All that can be said at this point with some conviction is that Junction 2 2019 will showcase their favourite line-up to date, whilst retaining all of the unique aspects that made the past 3 years so special.

Pre-sale tickets to Junction 2 2019 will be released soon. To gain access to these register at junction2.london.

Main image credit: Sam Neill

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