Junction 2 bring back the Inner City off-cut of their event for an indoor festival. Taking place across the spaces of Tobacco Dock and fabric, the venues will feature nearly 40 hours of underground house and techno, aiming to build on the success of 2021’s August Bank Holiday weekend event.
On Saturday 27 August, stages will be hosted by Junction 2, fabric, HE.SHE.THEY and Black Artist Database. Opening the stage will be Theo Nasa, and a B2B between JASSS and Gabber Eleganza. They will be followed by an exclusive B2B between ANNA and Palestinian Sama’ Abdulhadi. Finally, closing the stage, will be Drumcode founder Adam Beyer.
Ahead of hosting the nighttime programme of Junction 2: Inner-City, fabric will be welcomed to Tobacco Dock for the very first time to host the terrace on both days.
Londoner Kiimi will open the stage, followed by Layla Benitez. Italian duo Fideles will take over the stage with their music. Following them will be Adriatique, before they hand over the reins to Maceo Plex.
The Cavern will be soundtracked by He.She.They and features Wax Wings, Dasha Rush and Detroit’s DJ Stingray 313. Closing the stage will be Anfisa Letyago.
Black Artist Database will host The Loft, featuring London-based DJ Aqwea, Circoloco’s Isaac Carter and New York’s JADALAREIGN.
On Sunday 28 August stages will be hosted by Junction 2, fabric, Origins and Foundation FM. Berlin-based Patrick Mason plays and following up will be Airod, Dax J and headlining the stage will be Amelie Lens.
fabric return on the Sunday to again host the Terrace. This will feature a b2b between TLT members Uakoz and Anna Unusyan, IMOGEN, Ukranians Daria Kolosova and Etapp Kyle, followed by another B2B, this time between Kobosil and Germany’s Clara Cuvé. Finally, Klockworks head-honcho and Berghain resident Ben Klock will close the stage.
Origins will host The Cavern, with KT opening the stage. Origins founder Armând will follow up, before giving the reins to MARRØN. Delivering a live set will be Karenn, formed of UK staples Blawan and Pariah. Closing the stage will be Helena Hauff and Héctor Oaks.
Finally, London’s Foundation FM will host The Loft with a line-up featuring Vanessa Maria, Malaika, Emerald and Heléna Star.