This summer, Junction 2 returns to West London for their groundbreaking and innovative Junction 2 Festival.
Now a firm favourite for any true tech house head, Junction 2 has breathed some much-needed life into London festivals of late and this year they invite Carl Cox down, the original UK legend and a seminal figure in the scene from the UK rave days for a very special debut. The day will feature 5 stages of music including back-to-back sets from Carl Cox and Adam Beyer at The Bridge - Durmcode arena, Dixon and Âme going head 2 head for 6 hours at The Pavillion and Sonja Moonear and Nicolas Lutz teaming up over at The Woods with Joy Orbison and William Djoko completing the Woods line up. As if that wasn't enough, Nina Kraviz, Tale of Us and Maya Jane Coles are just some of the names gracing The Hex Stage hosted by Sonus.
Junction 2 took off in Boston Manor, in West London 3 years ago. Last years event sold out quickly, boasting new stages hosted by Sonus, The Woodland stage hosted by Into The Woods as well Hydra's 360° arena, the LWE's Warehouse and Drumcode's impressive stage located beneath the actual M4 flyover. This year, alongside all the contrasting stages, the main focus will be on the music, offering extended sets for artists to showcase there many different styles with Maya Jane Coles, Enrico Sangiuliano and Sweeden's star in the making, La Fleur, making a late arrival to this prolific techno lineup.
If you want to catch this rare UK appearance from Carl Cox you best be quick as tickets are on final release now and if the daytime shenanigans aren't enough, Junction 2 have just announced a rave gratifying after-hours party at Fabric with the likes of Tale Of Us, AME and Dense and Pika billed for some night time duties.
ADAM BEYER | CARL COX | NINA KRAVIZ | DIXON | MAYA JANE COLES
TALE OF US | ÂME | JOY ORBISON | LEN FAKI | MIND AGAINST
SCUBA PRESENTS SCB | SONJA MOONEAR | DENSE & PIKA | JAY CLARKE
MARCUS WORGULL | NICOLAS LUTZ | TRIKK | WILLIAM DJOKO
PLUS MANY MORE...
12:00 - 22:00 | £55 + BF | Boston Manor Park, London