Junction 2 Festival: Where nature meets industry


It might only be its second year running, but Junction 2 Festival certainly looks set to impress going by the latest teasers. Created by London Warehouse Events, and curated by the distinguished likes of Drumcode, The Hydra and Closer, Junction 2 Festival takes place in London’s Boston Manor Park directly beneath a motorway bridge. The surrounding fields and woodlands intersect the structure, merging nature and industry to make a great space for an all-day techno party.

Production looks set to be particularly special as the Sonus festival will be hosting a stage alongside Drumcode, with London’s The Hydra also involved. Already on the line up are some of the biggest names in techno including Tale of Us, Ben Clock, Alan Fitzpatrick and Drumcode boss and legend Adam Beyer, but just a week ago an image was put up on the festival’s Facebook page giving a teaser of who else will be playing. Judging by the missing letters on each name we’d guess that Ida Engberg and Maceo Plex will be joining the talented Swede, but we’ll leave the rest for you to figure out.

In an interview with London Warehouse Events Adam Beyer, the man behind the festival, talked about the two new stages for this year’s Junction 2. Beyer mentioned that the festival will include: “One smaller stage where we’re going to showcase some new talent (located) in the middle of the woods” and simply alluded to there being “a big stage added as well“. The lack of detail surrounding the latter stage leaves much to the imagination but with the Sonus festival already announced as being involved, it’s safe to say this year’s Junction 2 looks set to be particularly special. Expect techno vibes and lots of dancing, all set within the Great British countryside.

With just under five months to go and tickets already on second release, we can’t wait to see what’s in store for this year’s festival. Buy your tickets here for Junction 2 that is landing on June 10. Check out the mysterious line-up and techno master Beyer talking about his excitement for the festival below: