After a two year delay, Junction 2 festival will now take place on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 June, hosting an array of artists across the electronic spectrum from a more eclectic lineup on Saturday, through to a techno-influenced bill on Sunday.
New additions to the lineup include Maribou State DJ, George FitzGerald Live, Mount Kimbie, Romy, TSHA, Ela Minus Live, Max Cooper Live, Ben Böhmer Live, and Theo Nasa.
Previously announced artists include Jon Hopkins, Avalon Emerson, Chaos in the CBD, Four Tet, Zenker Brothers, Adam Beyer, Omar plus more with Maceo Plex playing both days.
Not in the rightful home of the festival, the team has plenty of experience within Trent Park thanks to other events and will be using their knowledge of the location to make sure the festival runs smoothly.
Will Harold, Founder of Junction 2: “It has been quite a journey. To come through Covid-19 and find Boston Manor Park is unavailable to us in 2022 was a real body blow. We were so disappointed as a team, but at the same time we have been humbled at the sheer volume of people who have waited patiently to see this epic line up. So the show must go on, and we are determined that we will deliver this festival in true J2 spirit to repay their support and loyalty.
“We have worked in Trent Park many times before so we know the space, its strengths and crucially that we can achieve great sound. After such a long wait, I’m excited to get back to doing what Junction 2 does best.”