Fresh from revealing the first names for its debut two-day edition, Junction 2 locks in Craig Richards sets across both days, with Ben UFO, Mr. G, Sonja Moonear, Jeremy Underground and more also joining a stunning bill.
A true London icon in every sense of the word, Craig Richards has garnered worldwide acclaim for his long-running fabric residency, in which his extraordinary approach to programming and now-legendary extended sets shaped the clubbing landscape within the city. In a unique step, he treats Junction 2 to two diverse, unmissable sets across both days to demonstrate why he’s so highly revered around the world.
Joining the likes of Bicep, Shanti Celeste, Daniel Avery and more on Friday 7th June 2019, there are Junction 2 debuts for Hessle Audio mastermind Ben UFO, one of electronic music’s most sought-after selectors in recent times, rapidly rising star rRoxymore and the trailblazing Umfang, co-founder of the Discwoman collective. Jeremy Underground brings his extensive collection of house and disco rarities to Boston Manor Park, while the legendary Mr. G steps up to deliver what he’s been doing for two decades, a breathtaking selectors set that is sure to rank as one of the festival’s standout moments amongst so many.
Saturday 8th June 2019 promises to explore darker, techno territories, with Richie Hawtin, Ida Engberg and Adam Beyer previously announced, and these new additions fit the bill nicely. After their much talked about B2B in 2018, Sonja Moonear and Nicolas Lutz, two artists that consistently defy genre, return to Junction 2 for impossible-to-predict, individual sets, and they’ll be alongside a Paris trio that know exactly how to send crowds into a frenzy, Apollonia. Co-founder of London’s Toi.Toi.Musik’s party, Voigtmann is considered one of dance music’s most fearless curators and he’ll undoubtedly prove why once again, with Part Of The Gang label boss tINI also bringing her wealth of knowledge and irresistible selections to Boston Manor Park.
With more eye-catching names still yet to be announced across both days, it’s set to be Junction 2’s biggest year to date.