Boundary Brighton is Brighton’s biggest electronic music festival, showcasing a lineup of house and bass music inside the city’s Stanmer Park each September.
Spread across four stages – including a VIP stage – festival-goers can expect to party alongside some of the finest artists in the scene, with 2021’s lineup having included Andy C, Wilkinson, Sonny Fodera and Sub Focus.
Stanmer Park, a large open park, is situated to the west of the University of Sussex, and just north-east of Brighton’s city centre.
Boundary Brighton 2023 Lineup
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Boundary Brighton 2023 Tickets
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The city of Brighton offers a wide range of accommodation options. Book your stay for Boundary Brighton Festival using the map below or visit booking.com
Boundary Festival has no parking facilities available on site.
BY SHUTTLE BUS
The festival offers FREE shuttle buses from Stanmer Park back to Brighton at Old Steine.
Bus services that get you close to Stanmer Park are: 25/25X/28/29/78
The drop-off point is at the Amex stadium car park, which is a 5 minute walk from the Boundary site.
Brighton is easily accessible by rail from the rest of the country, and is just an hour from London. The closest train station is Falmer station (closes at 21:00 Hours).
London Gatwick is the nearest international airport, and Brighton’s city centre is just 25 minutes away by train.