Junction 2 and Sonus Festival have teamed up with DJ Mag to offer a chance to win trips to both events this summer.
Running since 2016, LWE's Junction 2 has become one of the most talked about festivals in the capital and nationwide, winning Best Festival two years running at DJ Mag’s Best Of British awards. This year it'll be set across two days, 7th to 8th June, and will once again reside in the industrial-edged, leafy parks of Boston Manor in Brentford, London.
London's Junction 2 festival has confirmed the full stage breakdowns and lineup for this summer's event.
Amongst the stage hosts are DJ Mag. We will be taking over The Stretch on Saturday, 8th June in association with Sonus. Playing on our stage are Loco Dice, tINI, Apollonia, Lauren Lo Sung and Gene On Earth.
Junction 2 have announced the final acts set to play this year's festival at London's Boston Manor Park.
Taking place on Friday June 7th and Saturday June 8th, Ricardo Villalobos, Mumdance and Hunee are among the new collection of names set to join the already-announced Ben UFO, Maceo Plex, Call Super, Peach, Umfang, Bicep and Shanti Celeste.
Take a look at the full line-up below
Doubling up as their last event until 2019, several big names in techno and house will play Junction 2's pre-New Year's party.
Lining up at London's Tobacco Dock on Saturday, December 29th are Adam Beyer (In The Car Park), Âme b2b Rødhåd (a UK debut), Amelie Lens, Dixon with an extended set, Fort Romeau, Mind Against and Trikk. See the full breakdown below.
Adam Beyer (pictured)
Ben UFO, Craig Richards, Umfang and Mr G are among the names added to the line-up for Junction 2 Festival 2019.
Having announced a few weeks ago that the London festival will be expanding into a two day event for next year’s edition, the organisers have now revealed the second round of names to a bill that already featured massive names including Maceo Plex, Bicep, Daphni, Peach, Shanti Celeste, Dax J and Ida Engberg
Junction 2 Festival’s organisers have announced the first wave of acts set to play its 2019 edition.
As announced last week, next year’s festival will expand into two days, with the Friday (7th June) boasting a more eclectic, underground line-up while Saturday (8th June) will maintain its policy of house and techno sets from some of the biggest names in the game.
Junction 2 festival’s organisers have announced that it will return in 2019 for its fourth edition, expanding to become a two day event in June.
Set to take place on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th June next year, the award winning festival will return to London’s Boston Manor Park for what promises to be yet another exceptional party.
While the festival Saturday will remain focussed on hard-edged house and techno sets, the newly introduced Friday bill will focus on a more diverse and eclectic range of sounds from a wide and versatile range of DJs and producers.
Eric Prydz has confirmed he is set to drop a new three-track EP under his techno alias Cirez D on this Monday 25th June.
The Swedish superstar confirmed that Carl Cox b2b Adam Beyer debuted the first new material from the release, titled ‘Dare U’, during their set at Junction 2 last weekend.
“Thanks Adam Beyer b2b Carl Cox for playing the brand new Cirez D ‘Dare U’,” he said on Twitter. “Three-track EP out Monday 25th June.”
If last month's choice selections didn't make it clear already then the Top 30 UK events in June 2018 certainly will. It's now festival season.
The coming weeks are testament to the fact Britain's summer scene still has plenty to offer, with major events like London's much-feted techno-off, Junction 2, Welsh super-session with added fairytale elements, Gottwood, and Belfast conference-cum-party AVA accounting for 50% of our top picks.
Junction 2 has announced a swathe of all-star b2b performances for its third edition, with the don Carl Cox going toe-to-toe with Drum Code’s Adam Beyer.
Both Cox and Beyer will also perform separately at the festival too which will be taking place at London’s Boston Manor Park on 9th June.
Ahead of the festival, Adam Beyer said: "It's a dream come true. Playing back-to-back with one of my absolute heroes will be one of the highlights of my life personally as well as professionally".