It’s that time of the year again when we start planning our festival season and see the first announcements coming. This time it’s Junction 2 who announced their 2023 location, lineup, and dates.
Junction 2 will be returning to its original home, the inimitable Boston Manor Park, making this year’s edition one to look out for. Organizers tackle 2023 with new stage designs, updated location, and a vision for its long future.
In addition, this year will see a renewed focus on alliances, with DJs delivering spellbinding back-to-back sets. Split over two days, Junction 2 has announced 23 acts from across the electronic spectrum. Friday will see Underworld, Ben UFO b2b Helena Hauff, Daphni b2b Hunee, Dixon, DJ Stingray 313 b2b Objekt, Elkka b2b Sofia Kourtesis, Jeff Mills, KT, Mall Grab b2b Skin on Skin, Midland, Mona Yim, Or:la, Otik, Storm Mollison.
Saturday will witness Adam Beyer, Cirez D, Asch Pintura, Astra Club (Carlita B2B DJ Tennis), Charlotte de Witte, Dax J, Enzo Siragusa b2b Dyed Soundorom, Fjaak, Gene On Earth b2b The Ghost, Hessle Audio Trio, Kessie, Margaret Dygas b2b Sonja Moonear, Nina Kraviz, Praslesh (Raresh b2b Praslea), Sama’ Abdulhadi alongside music partners FUSE and ION.
Junction 2 will take place on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd July 2023/ checkout all details here.
Junction 2’s 2023 return to Boston Manor Park after four long years is going to make for the most significant moment in the events history. 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
Jeff Gray, Promoter at Junction 2