London's open-air techno festival is now over two days
Junction 2 Festival is an open-air techno festival inside west London's Boston Manor Park, showing off the best artists from around the world each summer.
Following on from another thrilling edition that saw Adam Beyer and Carl Cox under The Bridge, Âme and Dixon play for six hours straight and Nina Kraviz blowing minds at The Hex arena for the first time in 2019, Junction 2 have decided to take things to the next level, announcing that in 2019 the festival will take place across two days for the first time.
The newly added Friday will showcase a more diverse spectrum of sounds, with the scenes most reputed selectors weaving a cohesive collage of styles, including Bicep, Daniel Avery and Motor City Drum Ensemble.
Saturday 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 west London.
2019 welcomes back Drumcode main man and festival curator Adam Beyer, alongside Richie Hawtin, Dax J, Etapp Kyle and Maceo Plex.
The Bridge – Hosted by fabric XX
The Stretch – Hosted by Sonus in association with DJ Mag
The festival uses Boston Manor Park to blend together natural beauty with striking industrial features.
Boston Manor Park, Brentford, London, TW8 9JX, United Kingdom
The nearest tube station to Boston Manor Park is Boston Manor, on the Piccadilly line. The festival site is within walking distance of the station.
Minimum age of entry is 18.
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