Junction 2 announces three new stages and stage splits

 London's Junction 2 will debut three stage designs when it returns to Boston Manor Park in July.

The Grid, Quad, and Blackout will join the original Bridge and Woods stages offering different dancefloor experiences across the two days of Friday, July 21st and Saturday, July 22nd.

The Grid promises groundbreaking lighting, sound, and production with overhead lighting structures extending to the back of the crowd. Underworld, Adam Beyer / Cirez D, Mall Grab B2B Skin On Skin, Mathame, Max Cooper, and KAS:ST will play here.

Quad, an open-air space, will be defined by four production towers. FUSE and Phonica Records will collaborate over the two days with Dixon, Daphni B2B Hunee, Dan Shake, plus B2Bs in the FUSE camp from Enzo Siragusa B2B Dyed Soundorom and Margaret Dygas B2B Sonja Moonear.

Blackout, a stage designed to transcend the conventional limits of daylight festivals, offers an entrancing rave experience that transports attendees to an alternate place. This innovative space will boast intelligent lighting and a line-up featuring DJ Stingray 313 B2B Objekt, Dax J, FJAAK, Kettama, Sama' Abdulhadi, and I. JORDAN.

The Bridge, Junction 2's most iconic stage, returns, with Jeff Mills, Charlotte de Witte, Nina Kraviz, Ben UFO B2B Helena Hauff, and Carlita B2B DJ Tennis as Astra Club. The Woods, a zap! bang! Magazine favourite, will host Midland, Or:la, and CC:DISCO! on Friday, then the Hessle Audio Trio with Batu, Ehua, Nick León, and Bitter Babe on Saturday.

For tickets and details go to junction2.london.

Junction 2 Festival 2023 stage splits