Junction 2 has announced its plans for its 2023 return, taking place on July 21 and 22 in its original home of London's Boston Manor Park.
The event marks the first following a series of postponements - with the 2022 event being cancelled due to ongoing London Transport Network strike action at the time - and promises to be the "boldest yet", with new stage designs and a "vision" for the future.
This year will place a focus on alliances, with a host of back to back sets for attendees to revel in. Across the two days, you can catch Ben UFO b2b Helena Hauff, Daphni b2b Hunee, Elkka b2b Sofia Kourtesis, Mall Grab b2b Skin on Skin and Gene On Earth b2b The Ghost to name a few.
"Junction 2’s return to Boston Manor Park after four long years is going to make for the most significant moment in the events history," explains promoter Jeff Gray. "A long-awaited opportunity to get back to our spiritual home and once again experience what is still the best festival site in the capital.
"In terms of lineup we are delighted with how it’s taken shape; some massive debuts combined with many fresh new names and some huge new stage designs, it truly feels like a year of rebirth and regrowth for the festival.”
Tickets for the festival will be available on January 17 at 12pm, with payment plan schemes on offer inclusive of a £20 deposit. You can sign up now.
You can find the full line-up for Junction 2 here.
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