To ensure you make the most of your time at Junction 2 in Boston Manor Park on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th June 2019 here is all you need to know.


When arriving / leaving please please do so as quietly and respectfully as humanly possible. This is a lovely residential area and we would like to be invited back again. Please dispose of any litter in the bins provided and use the portable toilets / urinals next to the station and urinals provided along the route. Please follow the event signage to the site.

  •   These are daytime events
  •   Gates open at 12.00pm (midday)
  •   Last entry is 6.00pm


Boston Manor Park, TW8 9JJ

We advise traveling by public transport as there is no parking on site.

Click here to plan with TFL

Arriving at Junction 2

Trains & Tube

Nearest train station – Brentford / 8 min walk – 0.4 miles

  • Clapham Junction – 20 mins
  • Vauxhall – 26 mins
  • Waterloo – 30 mins
  • London Bridge – 40 mins
  • Liverpool Street – 52 mins

Nearest tube station – Boston Manor (Piccadilly) / 11 min walk – 0.6 miles

  • Hammersmith – 19 mins
  • Green Park – 31 mins
  • Victoria – 34 mins

Taxis / Lifts

There will be a taxi rank for drop-offs and collections. Please use the post code TW8 8DS for both drop offs and pick-ups through the day and evening.


There are buses that can get you to the event.

Please use the CityMapper App or plan your journey with TFL.


There is NO parking anywhere near the venue and we don’t want you clogging up residential roads and parking spaces. There will be a series of road closures in place throughout both days – you might not be able to move your car until the following morning if you do manage to find a space.

Toilets on arrival & exit

In case you get caught short when on the way to or from our events please use the portaloos and urinals provided. Boston Manor station also has loos to use (with a charge of 20p). Please respect residents and don’t wee in the streets, in people’s gardens or on their doorsteps.

Leaving Junction 2…

Boston Manor Park is situated in a lovely, residential area. Please be respectful and help us leave a positive impression with the locals so that we can come back here next year.
Trains & Tube
Boston Manor tube station has 24h Picadilly Line service and we will be publishing last trains from Brentford station closer to the event days.
Taxis / Lifts
Please note that there will be a number of road closures in place to facilitate a safe exit from the festival; all private hire vehicles (to include Uber) and personal lifts will be redirected to the dedicated pick-up point (post code: TW8 8DS)

The bus stops on Boston Manor Road are within the road closure. E8 and 195 bus routes will be affected with southbound buses being diverted via Northfield Avenue and Windmill Road.


We’ll be operating a token system.

  •      Bars will ONLY take tokens.
  •      Tokens can also be used for food, cigarettes, the glitter station, merchandise & lockers (you may need to top up the difference with cash though). You can buy tokens using cash or card.
  •      Cash can be used for food, cigarettes and the glitter station and there will be 4 cash machines on site.
  •      Bring cash to site anyway, just in case.
  •      Debit or credit cards can be used for merchandise and lockers.
  •      You can claim refunds til 10.00pm from the tokens desk.
  •      Please look after your tokens, we cannot accept responsibility for damaged, lost or stolen tokens.


These will be given out for free on arrival, you can also grab a copy from Info Point throughout the day.


JUNCTION 2 is being filmed, live streamed and photographs will be taken across the weekend. Smile 😉


Drugs are illegal and strictly prohibited on site. We will be conducting thorough entry searches, and anybody found in possession of controlled substances will be refused admission without refund and handed over to the police. Whilst we uphold a zero tolerance policy, should anybody begin to feel unwell as a result of substance misuse, we urge them to contact our specially-trained staff without fear of judgement. There will be an onsite welfare facility as well as a designated medics room, where our staff can assist people with issues such as substance awareness, mental health and any other issues. They also support people with existing health conditions who wish to attend but may find they need additional support.



If at any point during the event you feel that you or anybody else needs medical assistance, please make your way to Welfare to seek help immediately. Our qualified medical team will be on hand to help, whether you or any of your friends feel unwell, or even if you just need to escape the crowd for a time out. To locate the Welfare area, have a look at the event map, keep your eyes peeled for signage which will be up and about across the site, or ask any member of staff who will be more than happy to assist.


We were fortunate enough to have glorious weather for the last 3 years. And whilst we remain eternally optimistic about a repeat performance this year, early June holds no guarantees in regards to the weather. Even sunny days can see a drop in temperature after nightfall. Lockers will be available for hire on the day for storing extra layers of clothing and valuable items.

Key deposits – These are £10 and can be paid in cash.

Sizes – Lockers are £6.00 for a small one (25cm x 30cm x 45cm) and £9.00 for a large one (45cm x 30cm x 45cm). You can fit around 3-4 normal sized jackets in a small one. Bargain! 

Valuables & phones – Because you can access your stuff whenever you like using your own key, it is advisable to lock your mobile phone and wallet away rather than carrying in your bag or pocket, unfortunately pick pockets are yet again targeting London clubbers

On exit – There will be no queue to get your stuff out of your locker but there may be a very quick queue to get a refund for your key deposit.


No food can be taken into J2. There will be a wide-variety of food traders catering to all dietary requirements, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. We hand pick suppliers who share our environmental and sustainable values. Whilst we acknowledge there is still room for improvement, we take pride that our food vendors are increasingly sourcing their products responsibly. 

We will be serving a variety of cocktails, draught beer and coffee. Free water is available at dedicated water points next to bars (or from bar staff on smaller bars). You are allowed to bring your reusable bottle in, but please make sure it’s empty before you reach the entrance as we don’t allow any liquids in.


We are genuinely trying to reduce our environmental impact. Therefore drinks are now served in reusable cups. You pay a deposit of 1 token per cup at the bar and swap your dirty cup for a clean cup with each new drink. Get your £1 back at the main tokens desk before 22:15. Get more information at the bars and info point.


Cigarettes will be available for purchase at the Info Point.


If you find or lose anything, head straight down to the Info Point where all lost property will be taken to and logged in. After the event, if you realise you have misplaced something (let’s face it, we’ve all been there) then drop an email to Lost property is stored for 30 days after the event so don’t hang about.


There are no phone charging facilities at J2, please ensure you arrive with your device sufficiently charged.


It’ll come as no surprise that phone thieves and pickpockets target large events. Please be super careful with your bags and phones and follow the advice below:

  •       Do NOT put your phone in your back pocket.
  •       Do NOT put your phone in your bag unless you know it is safe from pickpockets. Remember that thieves are highly skilled at opening zips and clasps.
  •       Do NOT hand your phone to a stranger to take a photo of you and your friends.
  •       People will be searched at random as they exit should we receive any reports of mobile phone theft and a corresponding description of a potential thief.

·       It your mobile phone does happen to be stolen, the only way we can do our best to help you is if you can give us a description of the thief and the location of the theft in as much detail as possible. Please report any theft to Welfare and they will do their best to help.


There are plenty of cash machines on site – have a look at the event map to locate them.


“A toilet experience like no other, very impressed indeed.”

Loowatt’s multi-award winning loos don’t use water or chemicals, nor are they composting. Instead, they use a biodegradable film to create a waterless flush and the waste gets transformed into energy:

– Highest level of hygiene and comfort
– Waterless flush: chemical-free and sustainable
– Proper sinks and mirrors
– Free access to our styling area for ticket holders only (hair dryers, straightners, styling products)
– Learn more about Loowatt’s work in Madagascar.


We highly recommend booking in advance as these will go quick:


There will be Junction 2 & Drumcode merchandise on sale at Junction 2 Festival.

This will consist of branded t-shirts, hoodies (with and without zips), sweaters, caps, and more.



If you cannot find the email with your ticket – Please log in to the site you bought them from and you can download them from there. Any further problems please contact the ticketing site directly.


Your tickets will be checked and scanned on arrival. Printing your ticket out will definitely speed up entry, but it is not compulsory. If you want to save some trees, having your ticket on your phone is absolutely fine too.

The event is over 18s only. Challenge 25 will be in operation, so you know the score – if you’re lucky enough to look under 25, you’ll be asked to provide photo ID proving that you are of age. Please take it as a compliment – and remember to bring some photo ID with you.

The only accepted forms of ID are a valid and up to date passport, driving license or home office approved proof of age card or a foreign national ID card that clearly displays the PASS hologram. Birth certificates will not be accepted as they are not valid forms of photo ID.

When queuing, please do so as quietly and respectfully as humanly possible. We’ve made sure that there are enough lanes to make your entry as quick and painless as possible.


All tickets are standing.


Please do bear in mind that you will be searched upon entry.

We operate a zero-tolerance policy towards illegal drugs and legal highs. You cannot bring pressurised gas canisters into the venue and you will be asked to surrender any canisters or be refused entry.

No food or drink will be allowed into the venue either. Cosmetic products and vape liquids are allowed at the discretion of the security staff but only in small containers.

No glass allowed.

We reserve the right to prohibit any items or goods within our venue, including, but not limited to:

  •       Items which are or may be illegal
  •       Weapons
  •       Ammunition
  •       Explosives
  •       Horns and loudhailers
  •       Whistles
  •       Drums
  •       Fireworks, flares
  •       Flagpoles, sticks
  •       Large umbrellas
  •       Perfume bottles & aerosols
  •       Drinks containers of any kind
  •       Spray paint, graffiti pens
  •       Legal highs & New Psychoactive Substances (NPS)
  •       Nitrous Oxide “Laughing gas” canisters and dispensers
  •       Medication (please email ahead of the event)
  •       Food, alcohol and soft drinks, glass and cans
  •       Folding chairs, stools and tables
  •       Shooting/selfie sticks
  •       Luggage and bags larger than an A4 piece of paper (21cm x 29cm)
  •       Animals (except assistance dogs)
  •       Professional cameras (such as DSLRs), film, video or any other recording equipment
  •       Laser pens
  •       Any sports equipment
  •       Candles, lanterns
  •       High-vis bibs, jackets or vests
  •       Any other articles which may be a danger to public or cause nuisance

For full list of prohibited items and further T&Cs please visit:


Boston Manor Park

Boston Manor Road


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There is no parking available on site and driving is strongly discouraged. There will also be a road closure in place so close proximity street parking may result in inability to move your car until very late at night. If you require blue badge parking please get in touch with us and we will try and assist with finding the most suitable location for your vehicle.


DROP OFF The taxi drop off point is within 0.4m distance from the event gates and will be marshalled accordingly – please use post code TW8 8DS for drop offs.

PICK UP There will be a black cab taxi rank outside the venue as well as a dedicated private hire (such as Uber, Addison Lee, Mini Casb etc) waiting area. Please follow the signage at the end of the night or get help from our staff. Your taxi should be able to get there easily by using the post code TW8 8DS and following the road signage.

The access to the park from the pick up and drop off area is on a pavement with dropped curbs and traffic lights to assist with road crossings.


Brentford British Rail train station is approximately 8 mins walk away from the festival site. It has a lift to pavement level.

Please check that all access facilities are working before you make your journey at


Boston Manor tube station is approximately a 12 minute walk away from the the festival site. This station does not have step free access.


Please check TFL to plan your journey


 Our official outlets are Ticket Tannoy, Resident Advisor, Skiddle, See Tickets, Ticketweb, Dice, Fever & Ticket Arena and a few selected physical ticket outlets.

  •   DO NOT buy from – Stubhub, Viagogo, Gumtree, Ebay or Event Brite (or similar 3rd party) as these could be scams or duplicates and you will get refused entry.
  •   Will there be tickets for sale on the door? – This event will sell out in advance and we don’t foresee ticket sales on the door.


Junction 2 promotes equality of opportunity for people of all abilities, and to provide fair and equal access to live music.

This guide is designed to inform everybody who comes to Junction 2 what to expect before you arrive at the event. The event is situated in an outdoor space of Boston Manor Park in London. We hope that this information gives you the chance to familiarise yourself with the venue and our procedures, so that you get the most out of your day and have the most enjoyable time.


We provide free personal assistant tickets if you wish to purchase a ticket to Junction 2 and you require a personal assistant to attend with you. All you need to do is contact us at and send a copy of your ticket or a confirmation e-mail, and the name, surname and e-mail address of your assistant. Please also send through your proof of disability document (photo/scan by email) which can include current Disabled Living Allowance document, PIP (or equivalent) or Evidence that registered severely sight impaired (blind)

Your personal assistant will then be sent a barcoded guest ticket which they will need to provide on entrance to the festival. Don’t be alarmed if the ticket doesn’t come through immediately – we usually collate all the information up until the day before the event and only then send the guest tickets out.

Please be aware, that a large part of the festival is set on grass. The ground may get soft and muddy in case of wet weather on the day or ahead of the event. We understand that this makes it particularly difficult for wheelchair users, hence we will offer a free ticket to a person accompanying you even if you don’t require assistance due to your medical condition.



Once you crossed the park gates, the tarmac road will lead you underneath the motorway bridge to the queueing lanes. This tarmac road turns into an uneven hardstanding path. Whilst we don’t anticipate long queuing time, if you find it difficult to stand for long or feel uncomfortable in a dense crowd, please ask any of our security or stewarding staff for assistance.   

Once you’ve been searched by our security team, you will be handed in a booklet which contains set times and a festival map.


There will be a medic at the end of the search lanes at all times. If you need to bring any medicines, food or drink to manage a medical condition, or medical equipment you are welcome to do so. Please email to outline your requirements and we will ensure our staff are briefed and introduce you to our medical team.


As soon as you get in, on your right hand side you can find the lockers tent. It’s our version of a cloakroom where you can leave your stuff and come back to them throughout the day. Lockers are easily accessible and come in two sizes.


Right opposite the lockers, to your left there is our main hub – the Info Point. Our friendly staff here can help you with pretty much anything you may need assistance with, please don’t hesitate to come back here for help throughout the day or make yourself known to them when you enter.


We operate a cashless site – which means you will need to purchase tokens to be able to buy drinks on the bars. The tokens booths are located half way through to the Bridge stage – just make your way down underneath the bridge and look out for big signs which will take you to your right. 


This is located nearby the tokens area. You can come here whenever you will need time out, a friendly person to talk to or any type of medical assistance.


This is a grassed area. On your left, you will now see the entrance to the Upper Meadow where the Junction 2 Main Stage is. There are also some food stalls and seating facilities. The area is set on a football pitch so is grassy and flat.


This is a grassed area. Further down across the Upper Meadow you can find the Lower Meadow area with the Sonus and Warehouse stages, lots of seating (benches as well as hammocks), and another food village. We have some tasty food on offer which caters for allergies and various dietary preferences. More information about our traders can be found on our website prior to the event.


This is a grassed area. Between the two meadows and the bridge we have a lovely set of woodland pathways with a hidden Woods Stage. Ground here can get very muddy and slippery in poor weather conditions. We have put woodchip down on some of the paths to dry and keep them dry and not too slippery.


And finally, our most iconic stage under the motorway bridge. Head down underneath the motorway and across the river. This is on uneven hardstanding. Please mind that the hill leading to the Bridge is very steep and you might need assistance to access it. If you’re a wheelchair user and haven’t got assistance with you, just ask a member of staff to help you. There is a one way system in operation to access the Bridge stage over the river, and there are two bridges to access this stage. To access the stage you will go over a specially built temporary pontoon bridge on the left hand side as you look at the stage. To exit the stage then you will be leaving over an old existing bridge. Both have ramped access.


Boston Manor Park

Boston Manor Road


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There is no parking available on site and driving is strongly discouraged. There will also be a road closure in place so close proximity street parking may result in inability to move your car until very late at night. If you require blue badge parking please get in touch with us and we will try and assist with finding the most suitable location for your vehicle.


DROP OFF The taxi drop off point is within 0.4m distance from the event gates and will be marshalled accordingly – please use post code TW8 8DS for drop offs.

PICK UP There will be a black cab taxi rank outside the venue as well as a dedicated private hire (such as Uber, Addison Lee, Mini Casb etc) waiting area. Please follow the signage at the end of the night or get help from our staff. Your taxi should be able to get there easily by using the post code TW8 8DS and following the road signage.

The access to the park from the pick up and drop off area is on a pavement with dropped curbs and traffic lights to assist with road crossings.


Brentford British Rail train station is approximately 8 mins walk away from the festival site. It has a lift to pavement level.

Please check that all access facilities are working before you make your journey at


Boston Manor tube station is approximately a 12 minute walk away from the festival site. This station does not have step free access.


Please check TFL to plan your journey



There is no accessible bar at the moment but our bar staff will have large font A3 laminated menus to hand if needed and are briefed to ensure that all customers have access to bars on site.


The is an accessible portaloo toilet located in the Welfare area and another one in the Lower Meadow. Please look out for signage for find these or speak to the ladies at the Info Point. To access these toilets you will need a wristband – these can be obtained from the Info Point. Email us in advance ( to arrange and we will make sure the process is easy and smooth for you on the day.


All of our security are trained to assist you in case of an emergency and to make sure that any access needs are provided for.



Some of the event area is on the grass, however the entrance route, the Bridge stage, lockers, first aid and tokens facilities are on hardstanding.


There are no viewing platforms at the event, however if you speak to a member of security they will be able to show you the best area to stand or dance in. Please note that all tickets are standing only, and we don’t offer seated viewing areas. There are, however, a few seating areas around site and all of them in close proximity to the stages.


We hope that this covers majority of the questions you might have but don’t hesitate to drop us a line if you need further information. We want to make sure you enjoy the Junction 2 experience with us



If you know of anyone who would like to join our residents mailing list then please feel free to forward them this email and get in touch with me at

Two weeks before the event there will be a residents information letter emailed out and letter dropped to properties near the site who may be affected by the event. This will contain contact details for the day and information on how we are supporting the park throughout the year.


Soulshakers, our long-time bar partners, will be staffing all bars and hospitality throughout the weekend. If you are interested in applying please get in touch with their Staffing Manager, Eleni on Many positions are available from Bar Support, Bartenders and up to Supervisor level. Please mention that you are interested in the Junction 2 event.

Alternatively we also have employment opportunities with our stewarding company CPA. You can find the application form on their  CPA Online Staffing Portal or at  

There is a small ‘about you’ section on the sign up, and if you could reference that you heard about CPA through Junction 2 and you live locally then they will prioritise your application.  


Applications for the 2019 ballot have now closed.

If you live locally and would like to apply for the local resident ticket ballot then please email into

Applications are limited to two per household and properties must be within one mile of the festival site.


Should you want to contact us during the event you can call the below numbers. We encourage you to text or WhatsApp us on these numbers in case of high volume of phone calls or poor connection on the day. Text and WhatsApp also allow you to send pictures, which are extremely helpful for us during the show and as a record afterwards. We will also keep the lines open during the build & break period of the event and overnight on the day of the event with a manager who will be able to answer any of your questions.

On the day noise complaints, unsocial behaviour, litter or any other concerns please call, text or Whatsapp: 


07864321609 (only this one will be available during the build & break period)


Key Event Information:

Sunday Summer Screening

Boston Manor Park

Sunday 9th June 2019

11am – 4pm

The Jungle Book (2016) starts at 2pm


Sunday Summer Screening – 9th June 

This year we will be hosting a free family-friendly film screening on Sunday 9th June in Boston Manor Park. The event will be starting at 11am, and will also include tasty food stalls and a bar. We will be showing The Jungle Book (2016) on a huge screen in the park.

There will be short films shown by the University of West London students and Air Quality Brentford, and archive footage of the local area.

It is free to attend the event, but please register for a ticket on the link below. It will also give you all of the information that you need for the day.

Free tickets here


What happens if it rains?

With most of the stages being undercover, you don’t have to worry about getting wet whilst dancing! You might want to bring a jacket to be on the safe side.

Is there first aid at the festival?

Yes there will be first aiders.

I need to bring in a prescription medication to the festival, is this possible?

Please email and let us know your specific needs and we can see what is possible.

Where can I find out about lost property?

Please email

How do I find my way around the festival?

There will be signage to point you in the direction of the stages, toilets, bars, food stalls and more. We’ll also be producing a handout with a map.

Do local residents get a free or discounted ticket?

As part of our offering to the local area, Junction 2 give away 25 pairs of tickets for each event day through a residents ticket ballot. The ballot usually opens in mid-April, and if you are on our community mailing list then you will be notified of it opening and how to apply. To be added to the mailing list please email

Please note that we will only accept two entries per household, that you must provide proof of address, and that your property must be within a one mile radius from the festival site.

Can we camp at Junction 2?

No – this is a non-camping event

Is there disabled access at Junction 2?

There are no stairs on site however there is a steep hill from the main stage back to the rest of the site which could prove tricky to navigate. Please email and let us know your specific requirements and we can talk through the various scenarios.

What items are not allowed into the festival?

Aerosols, alcohol, any items that could be considered as a weapon, excessive amounts of cigarettes, fireworks or flares, glass, illegal substances, large umbrellas or flagpoles, legal highs, medication (unless cleared with us in advance), nitrous oxide, portable lasers or pens, smoke canisters, spray cans, thick pens (sharpies, permanent markers etc), reflective / high vis jackets.



Junction 2 Environmental Policy


At Junction 2 we realise that the importance of sustainable practice is now greater than ever and that large-scale events should aim to set a blueprint for other industries in the UK. We are therefore introducing a number of rules and policies that will help us establish a forward-thinking environment that will reduce the harmful impact and inspire our customers and co-workers to think about their actions in these crucial times.

The below shows most of the different things that we do at our shows and in our office BUT we are always open to other solutions and ideas and we would love to answer any additional questions you have.

Staff Water on Site

Pre-2018, during build, show day and break staff were using around 10,000 plastic bottles of water on site. We were saddened by this so we bought a load of reusable metal bottles with clips on (to attach to belt loops etc). Staff now have to use these and to make things easier for them we have a water-monitor to top their drinks up so they don’t have to go thirsty!


In the UK this is a complex business. You can segregate waste efficiently, but depending on where it is taken to depends on whether it actually gets recycled or just ends up in landfill. We find out as much information from whichever cleaning company we use to make sure we use the best materials for their particular waste plant. There is a lot of chat about ‘compostable’ or ‘biodegradable’ materials; these are actually just as harmful as plastic if they end up in landfill, there are very few composting sites across the UK (and think of the fuel to get them there), and things biodegrading actually produce a lot of harmful gases.

Waste Collecting & Disposal

We work with one of the best waste companies, they actually care about the environment. They are more expensive than other companies, but that is because they need more staff to separate the rubbish backstage. They recycle as much as they possibly can. Many others claim to do this, we have found that they don’t. We even went to a recycling plant to understand how it works and what the limitations are.


All of them use Vegware or similar products (better than Styrofoam type products) and wooden cutlery. We work with them on site to ensure they segregate their own waste back of house. Our cleaning teams are in contact with them throughout the event to ensure everyone’s working to meet the goals that we set. Their food, packaging and cutlery is then sent to a facility that has industrial composting systems. Yay!!



All our signage is reused from show to show (even if it doesn’t fit with ‘brand guidelines’). We have now started to become more conscious of this and design things that are more generic. All the signage & scrim is put up using reusable cable ties or toggles (where possible – although this will be in most places).



We reuse as much décor as possible. If something becomes tired, we try and repurpose it and use it for something else. We are currently using the Labyrinth giant heads as noise baffles in our echoey meeting room!



Our onsite compost toilets provided by Loowatt are totally waterless and money raised is used to build toilets for deprived communities in Madagascar.



We no longer use single use plastic cups for pints, 1/2 pints and spirits from our bars. From 2019 customers will use hard, reusable cups when purchasing a drink. We are still working on a solution for selling shots. We tried reusable cups previously at another event of ours and found it was just a greenwashing* solution and that we ended up throwing a greater weight of plastic in landfill due to cups shattering when thrown on the floor. We have spent days researching and we have found our preferred cup researching supplier, who is giving us cups that can truly be re-used many times. We have also been researching alternative drink containers, like wine in cans or big bags. It is our aim to try and find the best solution across all aspects of the bar. This is no easy feat. Even alternative straws are greenwashing, the best thing to do is just not use a straw! We are also encouraging our customers to only purchase 1 plastic water bottle (or bring their own in) and refill their bottle from the bars and water points on site.



Travel & Vehicles

The vast majority of our customers travel to the site via public transport, reducing their carbon footprint. In order to check the actual ratio, and see how we can improve, we intend to survey our customers on entry. We encourage the artists to travel via public transport where possible (can you guys help us with this, and ask your favourite artists to reduce the flights they take and to reduce their taxi and car use when in a city?). We have further introduced a no-idling policy (ie turn your engine off when not moving) on site for site vehicles.


Carbon Donations

We are encouraging customers to pay a carbon donation when buying their ticket to help offset their carbon footprint for the event. It would be good if artists did this too. Again, help us to encourage them by contacting them on social media.



Currently all power on site is provided by efficient diesel generators but we are looking into tapping into the National Grid to reduce emissions. We will be monitoring our generators usage throughout the construction and event period to give us more stats.[/caption]


Carbon Footprint

We will run an estimate on carbon footprint generated by the event deliveries. All of the above will help us better understand the impact we have and the goals we need to hit to achieve a neutral carbon footprint in the future.


Charity Donations

Money raised from our guest list donations are split between various local community projects, with one of these being Hedgehog Hotels. Hedgehogs are an important part of the natural ecosystem, yet their numbers are diminishing rapidly. Hedgehog hotels provide a safe place for hedgehogs to build a home, hibernate in the winter and raise hoglets come spring. Following the 2019 event, Junction 2 will sponsor the build of a number of hotels in Boston Manor Park to ensure their safe environment is preserved regardless of the event we introduced. In the past we have also given money to a lovely Forest School, this is important for the environment too as it means the next generation can have a connection to wildlife, plants and nature.


*Greenwashing is the circulation of unsubstantiated and/or misleading claims that a company, its services, and its practices, are more environmentally friendly than they actually are.

In our case, we have worked with companies in the past who have claimed that their reusable or biodegradable / compostable cups are better for the environment. However, due to the people’s current single-use and throwaway attitude, the easily-breakable cups, and waste management companies who refuse to sift through bins to fish out the OK cups, the ‘reusable’ cups only end up being used once before ending up in a bin, and subsequently landfill. Also, due to lack of services, the biodegradable solution cannot actually be carried out. In other words, while the idea sounds great to the public, in many cases the reality behind the scenes is immensely different.”


We hand pick suppliers who share our environmental and sustainable values. Whilst we acknowledge there is still room for improvement, we take pride that our food vendors are increasingly sourcing their products responsibly.


We inherently believe that going clubbing and attending festivals should not only be a positive, life-affirming experience for everybody – but should be a “safe haven” for people to be themselves and respect others. Everybody is treated as equal, regardless of their ethnicity, gender-identity, sexual-orientation, age, faith or disability. We encourage anybody who feels uncomfortable or intimidated to approach our staff with confidence. Discretion assured. Discrimination and harassment of any form goes against everything we stand for, and it won’t be tolerated at any of our events. More information can be found on the Ask Angela posters around site.


As with all of our shows, we have a large number of industry guestlist coming to J2. In exchange for complimentary admission, we ask for a £15 donation to a charitable endeavour of our choosing. We chose to assist charities within the local area and on the grounds of who we believe most needs our support around the time of the event. On this occasion we will be partnering with the Hounslow Council and Friends of Boston Manor. They are responsible for the maintenance and restoration of Boston Manor House and the surrounding grassland. In this case, we will be fundraising with a very specific project in mind. So if you are fortunate to find yourself on the guestlist, please remember to bring £15 cash for donation upon arrival. We will be shedding more light on this project across our social media channels as it comes to fruition.


In the following Terms and Conditions:

‘Junction 2’ relates to Junction 2 which is a trading name of UTB Events Limited, a company registered at Unit A, 24-30 Assembly Passage, London E1 4UT.

‘Event’ relates to any event promoted by Junction 2.

‘Venue’ relates to any venue Junction 2 holds an Event in.

‘Customer’ relates to anyone who purchases a ticket to any Event promoted by UTB Events Ltd.

The below Terms & Conditions apply to all Events promoted by UTB Events Ltd.

By purchasing a ticket to an Event you agree to these Terms & Conditions.



There is a strict ZERO tolerance drugs policy.

Entry and exit searching are a condition of entry.

Presentation of valid ID is a condition of entry.

Junction 2 reserves the right to refuse admission and confiscate any item which may not be suitable for the event as well as a danger to others or the venue (see PROHIBITED ITEMS list below).

Before entering, a detailed search of clothing, bags and other items will be carried out.

Anyone found in possession of illegal substances or contraband goods will be refused admission, ejected from the venue and may be liable for prosecution.

Junction 2 reserves the right to refuse admission for any reason, including, but not limited to: Customer being under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, and/or acting aggressively and/or suspiciously.

Junction 2 reserves the right to eject a Customer from an event for any reason, including, but not limited to a customer being under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs and/or acting aggressively and/or suspiciously.

Customers who damage any part of a Venue will be held responsible for that damage and Junction 2 may take legal actions against the Customer if needed.

Junction 2 operates a strict ‘NO RE-ENTRY’ policy.

All events promoted by Junction 2 are strictly 18+ and challenge 25 policy is in place. Some venues may be 21+, and Tobacco Dock shows requite all attendees to provide valid ID. Check the individual information for each event. When you are required to present a proof of ID on entrance the following are accepted:

  1. Valid, in-date passport
  2. Driving license
  3. Home Office approved or proof of age ID card that displays the pass hologram
  4. National ID card that displays the pass hologram

Please check last entry times for each show individually as this varies from venue to venue.



Junction 2 reserves the right to prohibit any item or goods within our venue, including, but not limited to:

Items which are or may be illegal

Weapons, or anything which could be weaponsised



Horns and loudhailers



Fireworks, flares

Flagpoles, sticks

Large umbrellas

Perfume bottles & aerosols

Spray paint, graffiti pens

Legal highs

“Laughing gas” canisters and dispensers

Medication (please get in touch with us at if you have any medical reasons for bringing your medication in)

Food, alcohol and soft drinks, glass and cans

Folding chairs, stools and tables

Shooting sticks

Selfie sticks

Large luggage


Recording equipment

Laser pens

Any sports equipment

Candles, lanterns

High-vis clothing or materials

Liquid, including perfume, deodorant, other liquid make up

Glass, including mirrors

Glitter and chewing gum (only applicable to events held at Tobacco Dock in order to preserve Grade 1 listed flagstone flooring)

Any other articles which may be a danger to public, or may cause nuisance



By purchasing a ticket, you are buying a ticket to the event as a whole, not a specific act or room. Event management reserves the right to limit access to some rooms based on the safety and capacity of individual areas.

Signing up for presale tickets does not guarantee you will be able to purchase tickets for an event. An event may sell out on presale if there is high demand.

Tickets to Junction 2 Events should only be purchased from one of Junction 2’s official ticketing outlets, a list of which can be found below. Junction 2 holds no responsibility for fake or duplicated tickets and holders of such will not be allowed to enter the event.

Not all Events’ tickets will be sold via all the outlets listed below.

Junction 2 strongly discourages selling tickets anywhere else than via resale services available through Ticket Tannoy, Resident Advisor, Dice, Sandbag and Skiddle.

Tickets purchased by under 18s and those who are not old enough to enter the venue, will not be refunded or exchanged.

Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded unless the Event is cancelled, rescheduled or there has been a material change of the Event. A ‘material’ change is a change which, in Junction 2’s reasonable opinion, makes the Event materially different to the Event that the Customer, taken generally, could reasonably expect. Changes to performance times or line-up shall not be considered a material alteration. A material alteration is judged, in Junction 2’s absolute discretion, by reference to the nature and billing of each event. The event is judged, in Junction 2’s absolute discretion, by reference to the overall theme rather than the individual act scheduled to appear. No scheduled acts may be considered as headline acts, regardless of their relative fame or prominence in the billing, and so cancellation by an artist will not entitle to a refund, regardless of their position on the bill.

Refunds can only be claimed within 30 days of the Event date.

Photographs are taken during our events and Junction 2 uses photographs for promotional and brand awareness purposes. A clear signage in venues informs attendees that photos and filming is allowed at our events. If you happen to see a photo of yourself on our social media or other channels that you wish to be removed please get in touch (contact details provided at the bottom) and we will action this.

Some tickets may have time restrictions. If you fail to adhere to these you may be denied entry to the event or charge a fee.



  • Ticket Tannoy
  • Resident Advisor
  • Skiddle
  • See Tickets
  • Ticket Arena
  • Ticketweb
  • Dice
  • Songkick
  • Festicket
  • Fever



Junction 2 reserves the right to make any changes to the Event date, times, location, billing and services provided.

Any changes to the Event can be communicated via a mailer sent to ticket buyers and Junction 2’s official social media outlets including Facebook ( and the event-specific Facebook page, and Instagram (@junction_2).

It is Customer’s responsibility to check the updates on all the above-mentioned outlets regularly ahead of the Event.



By purchasing a ticket to an Event the Customer gives consent for their e-mail address to be added to UTB Events Ltd database.



These Terms & Conditions are subject to change at any time without notification. It is Customer’s responsibility to check this webpage regularly for any potential changes made.



To enquire about lost property please fill out this form ensuring you provide as much information as possible –

Please note there is always a large influx of enquiries following our shows – particularly our larger ones. We are monitoring all of the submissions and will endeavour to have your enquiry addressed as soon as possible.

If we have your item, we will contact you to try to arrange for you to collect it. If you do not hear from us within 2 weeks of the event please assume that unfortunately, we do not have your item.

UTB Events Ltd keeps lost property for 4 weeks after each show. We check this form daily during working days following the show. If your item is found, then we will email you asap.

All cards and mobile phones are disposed of, clothes etc are donated to charity, and passports will be returned to HM Passport Office.

UTB Events Ltd accepts no responsibility for private property including accepting any liability should lost property be returned for any reason to someone who is not its owner e.g. if someone makes a false representation to the management or staff of ownership of property. UTB Events Ltd has no general duty to deal with found property and, in particular, has no legal obligation to collect found goods.

UTB Events Ltd only accepts responsibility for items lost, found and brought to the Information Point during an event or item/s found post-event onsite by one of its staff or agents.

UTB Events Ltd accepts no responsibility for item/s that have been arranged by a person who lost and a person who found to be returned to the Information Point but have not arrived at the Information Point.

Event staff are advised to return found items to the Information Point during the event or Production Office, if found post event. All lost property collected during or post event is usually returned to UTB Events Ltd office within a week from an event.

Should a staff member and a person who lost an item choose to arrange return between themselves and fail, UTB Events Ltd accepts no responsibility for such arrangements.

Contact details for lost property are provided on every event website as well as above. All emails are responded to as soon as possible, however, considering the number of emails regarding lost property received after every event, UTB Events Ltd may not be able to respond instantly.

Property that is lost and found during events will be kept for a period of 4 weeks, after which it will be disposed of.

In order for a property to be reclaimed, a detailed description of the item/s and/or proof of ID (identity) is necessary.

Whilst every effort will be made to identify the possible owner of lost property (which is likely to involve searching of the item/s and then make contact with them, UTB Events Ltd will not return the property to that person unless they provide the details set out in the previous paragraph.

UTB Events Ltd will not mail/courier or insure during transit any reclaimed property back to the presumed owner unless they send the appropriate fees to cover packing and postage, and any insurance during transit stipulated by the claimant. All items are sent at owner’s risk.

Note UTB Events Ltd will NOT automatically arrange insurance during transit. Insurance during transit will only be arranged if it is specifically requested in writing at the time of reclaiming found property – and then UTB Events Ltd will only arrange the insurance that is made available as “standard” by the carrier chosen by UTB Events Ltd. UTB Events Ltd will not be liable for the suitability of the insurance, and for the value stated in writing by the person claiming the property.



Should you have any questions regarding the Terms & Conditions please get in touch through



Competition details form part of these terms and conditions

Entry is open to residents of the UK except for employees (and their families) of UTB Events Ltd, the suppliers of the prizes and any other companies associated with the competitions.

The entrant(s) must be aged 18 or over.

Proof of identity and age may be required.

Use of a false name or address will result in disqualification.

All entries must be made directly by the person entering the competition.

Entries made online using methods generated by a script, macro or the use of automated devices will be void.

No responsibility can be accepted for entries lost, delayed or corrupted, or due to computer error in transit.

The prizes are as stated, are not transferable to another individual and no cash or other alternatives will be offered.

The winner(s) is(are) responsible for expenses and arrangements not specifically included in the prizes, including any necessary transport, accommodation, travel documents, passports and visas. Prizes are subject to availability and the prize suppliers’ terms and conditions.

The promoters reserve the right to amend or alter the terms of competitions and reject entries from entrants not entering into the spirit of the competition.

In the event of a prize being unavailable, the promoter reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value.

The winner(s) agree(s) to the use of their name, photograph and disclosure of country of residence and will co-operate with any other reasonable requests by UTB Events Ltd relating to any post-winning publicity.

Unless stated otherwise the winner(s) will be drawn at random from all correct entries received by the closing date.

Reasonable efforts will be made to contact the winner(s). If the winner(s) cannot be contacted or are unable to comply with these terms and conditions, the Promoter reserves the right to offer the prize to the next eligible entrant drawn at random, or in the event that the promotion is being judged the Promoter reserves the right to offer the prize to the runner(s)-up selected by the same judges.

Failure to respond and/or provide an address for delivery, or failure to meet the eligibility requirements may result in forfeiture of the prize.

Where applicable, the decision of the judges is final based on the criteria set out in the promotion and no correspondence will be entered into over this decision. Competitions may be modified or withdrawn at any time.

The Promoter is UTB Events Ltd, registered address Unit A, 24-30 Assembly Passage, London E1 4UT

In the event of a discrepancy between these standard terms and conditions and the details in the promotional material (or any other terms and conditions provided/referred to at the time of entry), the details of the promotional material (and any other terms and conditions provided/referred to at the time of entry) shall prevail.