London’s two-day festival, Junction 2, has just revealed its full line-up for the postponed event, moved to June of next year.
The festival is set to go ahead next year for the first time since 2019, making it the first event in three years upon its return. Both the 2020 and 2021 editions were cancelled due to the pandemic.
Junction 2’s official Instagram posted the line-up, captioned: “3 years in the making, the 2022 edition of Junction 2 Festival will welcome the world's greatest selectors across two days, for the most anticipated and eagerly awaited Junction 2 to date.
“If our first dance back with you all at our August Inner-City weekend was anything to go by, the return of Junction 2 Festival next summer will go down as our most memorable outing yet,” they continued.
Junction 2 will go ahead on June 3 and 4 next year at Hounslow’s Boston Manor Park. Taking over on the first day, Avalon Emerson, Chaos In The CBD, Peach, Midland, and Saoirse, will all grace the enormous line-up.
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Come Saturday, a day for the techno and tech-house heads comes full-force with the likes of Adam Beyer, Amelie Lens, Maceo Plex, Seth Troxler, and some live sets from DJ Boring, Robert Hood, and 999999999.
To celebrate, the festival also revealed that 22 tickets - or 11 pairs - will be given away to those who register for pre-sale via the website. Tickets go on sale at 12:PM on Wednesday, November 3. Sign up here.
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