Beginners guide to Boundary Brighton
When: Saturday 17th September
Where: Stanmer Park, Lewes Road, Brighton, BN1 9QA
Highlight: Craig David, Mix Mag and Groove Armada all in a beautiful woodland
Looks like Licklist are Brighton bound on Saturday 17th September. Just ten minutes away from the bustling city your find Stanmer Park. Home to stunning opens lands and a picturesque country house. This proud location is on the outskirts of the city center and is able to provide room for a line-up for the much larger eye.
The line-up mainly consists of juicy DJ sets, ideal to burn off those Summer cocktail calories. Well known acts include Groove Armada, Seth Troxler, Wilkinson, Jackmaster, Jaguar Skills and many more. Leading the ‘pardy’ is 2016 holiday season favorite ‘Craig David’. He’s back with a bang this year and we can’t stop writing about him. If your worried your miss him at V then Boundary really is your savior. This worldwide multi million record seller has proven he has had no trouble at all being welcomed back into the music scene. Even with regular performances in celeb mini break hotspot Marbella and Sunday residencies at Ibiza Rocks, he’s still managing to make time to stop by the fabulous and spiritual city of Brighton. You can see the full list of fruity music delights here.
Mixmag are joining in on the event to give you that little extra music wise. The world’s biggest dance music and club culture brand will be working alongside Concore 2 , the cities no1 live music venue and nightclub to produce a lively stage with the highest level of productions. You really will end the night on a high. If you haven't heard of Mixmag before then be sure to brush up on your knowledge before you set off.
First realese tickets were £29.50, but – they're gone. Sorry! You really need to book these festival gems early guys. However. Second release tickets are still a pretty cheap price at only £37.50 (plus booking fee) you can get your tickets by clicking this link. Alternatively if you have a bit of free time and fancy getting some money off, you can become an ambassador. All you need to do is sell six tickets to your friends and in return your get one for yourself completely free. Worth a go.
Transport and ‘tings’
With your entrance ticket you can also purchase a bus ticket from just £3.50. They will be running a service from Brighton Old Steine bus stop to the festival site at Stanmer park. These will run from 11am and return back after the events at 8pm. They will then run continuously until the site is clear and everyone got a seat…how nice. The festival recommend this highly as it’s by far the quickest way to leave the park. Big Green Coach company are also having a slice of the event by operating a service ready for the gates opening and closing. You can secure a ticket for just £10 now and pay the rest off by Friday 19th August so you don’t have to worry about paying for both entrance ticket and transport all in one go. You can choose to travel from the following Ashford, Chelmsford, Chichester, Colchester, Crawley, Dover, Folkestone, Ipswich, London (Croydon), London (Victoria Coach Station), Maidstone, Portsmouth and Southampton. There is no camping at the festival as it's just a one day event, Brighton of course has many hotels to pick from if your coming from further afield. Bed and Breakfasts are widley popular and often a long the colourful seafront. We would also reccomend looking at hotels near the Gatwick/Crawley area as you often get pretty cheap prices around there.
'‘We’ve gone all out and put together a festival that feels boutique and bespoke and coupled it with a ridiculously big line up fit for a much larger stage.’' You really have Boundary!