Boundary Festival Image by Darkshot
Boundary Festival Image by Darkshot

Delving into Brighton’s Boundary Festival

Even for those who’ve been keeping half an eye on Brighton’s music scene, you’ve probably heard of the Boundary Festival. The event ranks as Brighton’s largest electronic dance music festival, welcoming up to 20,000 guests. Its captivating line-up, vintage fair, and unexpected treats ensure an unforgettable festival visitor experience.

Keeping Pace with the Internet

Boundary Festival leverages online platforms to stay relevant in an internet-cultured society. In 2020, Boundary conducted the Kideko’s Make Em Move Festival virtually after cancelling the physical event. It was a free-to-stream festival aired on Boundary’s Facebook page and Kideko’s Facebook and YouTube pages. Plus, the festival boasts an X handle through which fans can access real-time updates on the event and other informative insights.

This trend, where organisations across different sectors are turning to online platforms to enhance user engagement, has become popular. We’ve seen, for example, platforms like Amazon UK emerge to allow customers to explore millions of products, read customer reviews and so on. A similar trend emerged and has now become established in the banking industry – by using mobile apps, banks eliminated the hassle of long queues at traditional banks as customers can access similar services on the go. 

Looking further away at the wider online entertainment sector, with iGaming companies players can conveniently access multiple game categories like slots and live games, regardless of the online platform – whether it’s a live dealer provider or a fast-withdrawal casino. This way, players don’t have to worry about their tight schedules as they can participate flexibly. Plus, with the possibility of real-time interactions on these platforms, like instant withdrawals, the gameplay is enhanced.

Unparalleled Musical Line-up to Keep You Engaged

Since its debut festival in 2016, Boundary has continued to offer an unparalleled musical line-up, carefully curated to cater to a wide range of tastes and preferences. Big names like Toni Varga, Jackmaster and Submotion Orchestra have previously performed at the event. Toni Varga’s Liberty City—If You Really Love Someone was a major highlight of the debut event.

Over the years, the festival continues to welcome more big names to light up its scene. As part of its Phase 1 line-up, Boundary Festival confirmed that Wilkinson, along with Chaos in the CBD, Eliza Rose, Flowdan and other top musicians would headline the 2024 event. The event, hosted by Supercharged, Patterns and several others, was scheduled to take place at Stanmer Park across five stages.

Accessing the Boundary Festival

While no parking facilities are available on-site or in the surroundings, there’s a designated pick-up and drop-off area for those using taxis. Boundary is a green-friendly event, so it restricts its traffic to allow guests to be picked up and dropped off on the Village Way, BN1 9PH. Gates open at 11 AM and close at 4 PM.

Visitors must carry a valid ID, as tickets are scanned upon entry. Other essential items you might need to bring along are a photo driving licence or provisional photo driving licence and passport. If you want to avoid carrying around your valuable document, the event allows for the PASS card from the National Proof of Age Standards Scheme. 

Overall, Boundary Festival’s goal is to embody unity and inclusivity by transcending boundaries and bringing people together through the power of music. As attendees dance and sing, they become part of something much larger than themselves – a vibrant tapestry of humanity united by a shared love of music.

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