After the biggest and the best border party Also in 2021, Boundary Brighton returns in 2022 on Saturday 24th September. Welcoming top international superstar DJs, iconic electronic DJs and performers and amazing local talent, plus the return of Garage favorites TQD. Boundary Brighton 2022 has confirmed over 50 artists offering the widest and most diverse lineup in even more genres across the dance music spectrum.
Returning for the sixth year, Boundary Brighton proudly welcomes 20,000 guests to its home in beautiful Stanmer Park. The largest shopping festival on the south coast stretches over a radius of 60 miles and is nestled between the crest of the Downs and the town with the sea below. Boundary promises to push your festival experience to the limit, with the launch of their fourth stage in the Boneyard area*. (*new stage info to be announced soon).
Making the most of Brighton’s creative energy, lust for life and generosity of spirit, Boundary Brighton is a four-stage festival showcasing the best in music, delicious local food, a vintage fair and other unexpected treats. The festival works with and supports local brands and venues, providing over 350 jobs and showcasing the spirit of Brighton.
Brighton’s two local universities are basing all of their freshman week festivities around Boundary Brighton 2022. The festival has given away around 5,000 tickets to each university to help support the running of each student union.
Saving the best for last, Boundary has officially been labeled THE festival to close out the incredible 2022 festival season. After selling out for the past five years, Boundary Brighton is set to end the 2022 festival season with a bang and transcend your past conceptions of an immersive festival experience.
Boundary Brighton takes place at Stanmer Park on Saturday 24 September 2022.
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hybrid spirits – Easily one of the hottest names in liquid drum and bass, Hybrid Minds will be bringing their booming anthemic tracks to Boundary 2022. Their signature sound fuses the musicality of laid-back liquid and dancefloor DnB energy. Their music speaks for itself as “Touch” and “Solitude” have firmly established this producing duo and DJ partnership as one of the most exciting and moving acts on the scene to see live. We can’t wait to hear those songs blasted out loud in Brighton.
Kings of the reels – Kings of the Rollers are three iconic veterans of the scene: Serum, Voltage and Bladerunner. They’ve become figureheads individually and have released singles on some of the scene’s biggest drum and bass labels, but together they’re so much more than the sum of their parts. Their notoriety and prestige have been earned behind the decks after playing in front of crowds of tens of thousands at all the major festivals.
Bou – Deep in the jump-ups/rollers/jungle melting pot and constantly pushing his sound to new places, few groundbreaking artists have had the impact of Bou, the 6-time award-winning young murker from Manchester. His workflow is unmatched in recent years with his “Streetside” release featuring Bru-C taking him to new heights. With the announcement of his new label “Gossip”, we can’t wait to hear tracks released that have been teased in his dazzling 100% Bou mix.
Timid effects – Shy FX is a veteran jungle/drums and bass DJ and producer who scored several UK pop hits and helped the genre gain mainstream acceptance while maintaining its underground credibility. Shy has countless festival staples under his belt that will sound amazing this summer!
EMAIL – From playing in the rock bars of Camden to playing alongside Wilkinson and Camo & Krooked, Mel is becoming one of the rising stars of the genre. Also being a staple in Ram’s live stream lineups, we can’t wait to see her perform on the SuperCharged stage.
David Rodigan – For over 40 years, David Rodigan has been leading the charge in the ganja-scented, bass-heavy atmosphere of Britain’s reggae dance halls. The key to his success has been an unsinkable passion for reggae music. We will welcome a true legend and icon of British music.
Kanine – Backed by some of the biggest and most influential names in Drum & Bass, the young Londoner known as Kanine has reached new heights in recent years. Originally recognized as one of the leading names in the new wave of Drum & Bass producers, his sound is constantly evolving as he tends to become one of DnB’s most versatile performers.
Harriet Jaxxon – Returning to Boundary after a stellar set on our DNB stage last year, we had to invite Harriet back and give her a bigger platform this time around. Feet anchored in the deepest foundations, eyes fixed firmly on the future, a selection that crosses all intermediate eras; Harriet Jaxxon is one of the most exciting, unique and diverse drum & bass artists to emerge in the UK in recent years.
TQD – TQD is a collaboration between Royal-T, DJ Q and Flava D, all hard-hitting producers from the UK garage/grime scene. Together they capture the excitement of garage and bassline scenes with their fast and bouncy tracks. It is a pleasure to have them with us as special guests.
The ark scene:
Patrick Garnish – As one of the leading artists of his generation, Patrick has become one of the most popular DJs on the scene. Patrick achieved international status as a headliner, demonstrating his prowess in the studio and on stage. Patrick has received three DJ Awards, a DJ Mag ‘Best of British’ Award and as a breeder he takes pride in keeping the energy level high, whilst ensuring he spins a variety of styles.
BORING DJ – DJ BORING might be the artist with the most ironic name: energetic journeys into forgotten gems and future classics, nothing about what he does is boring. Playing everything from retro trance to old-school house, Belgian techno to rolling funk, he meets every mix physically with sweaty, infectious performances that are mesmerizing to watch.
Chriss Stussy – DJ, producer and staunchly hip label head, Chris Stussy emerged onto the scene in record time with a string of head-turning house tracks. Stussy has his own vision of the genre, drawing on the jazz of his youth to give his music a very special and out of the ordinary character. Now a key part of today’s house scene with a sound all its own, Stussy’s rise has propelled him into the spotlight as one of the most exciting names on the scene.
Lauren Lo Sung – Liverpool-based DJ and producer Lauren Lo Sung is revered for her groove-laden sound. A fusion of warm textures and stripped down percussion, perfumed with a little Parisian touch, is the primary force of his flourishing career. She’s played in all the biggest clubs and received numerous accolades along the way, such as Mixmag’s ‘One to Watch’, DJ Mag’s ‘Get To Know’ and Liverpool Echo’s ‘DJ Of The Year’.
DNB direct stage:
AC13 – After a show stoppage performance in 2021, we had to invite AC13 again due to popular demand. Undoubtedly one of the fastest rising stars of recent years, drum and bass producer AC13 is a name that hasn’t left the lips of the community for 24 months. The only thing growing as quickly as its booking schedule is its dynamic production capabilities, with tracks signed to Hospital Records, Playaz, Inflated and a host of other respected labels – fans and musicians around the world are increasingly engrossed in the direction the electrifying producer will take in his journey.
Nu Dance Revolution Scene:
Samy Virji – Sammy Virji’s music makes you feel young no matter how old you are. His tracks sum up the wave you get during the long, hot summer months. So wherever you are in life, the Leeds-based producer will make you want to pop bottles of Prosecco in the sun. We can’t wait to welcome his playful UKG sounds to Boundary!