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Organisers of Boundary Brighton have added more artists to their line-up.
Some of the biggest names in drum and bass will take to the festival’s Outdoor Container Stage, hosted by OneAway.
Artists added today include Friction, Hybrid Minds, Randall, Benny L and Kronical.
It’s also been announced that Linguistics, MC AD, Verse and Double J will carry out MC duties on the stage.
Rounding off the announcement is the news that the Boundary Breaks Takeover will host Stanton Warriors and Krafty Kuts on the OneAway Container Stage.
The festival takes over Stanmer Park, Brighton for one day only on Saturday 28 September 2019, hosting some of the biggest and best electronic music artists from across the globe.
In March, it was announced that legendary London duo Chase & Status (DJ Set) will headline the event, and in April organisers confirmed that Camelphat will appear at Boundary for the first time, headlining one of the big top stages.
SuperCharged will host the festival’s main stage. They’ll be bringing their Resident DJs to the line-up, as well as some huge artists.
Andy C will complete a hat-trick of appearances at the festival in 2019. The legendary co-founder of Ram Records dropped his most recent single Till Dawn earlier this year.
London born Wilkinson is set to appear on the main stage at this year’s all dayer. Some of Wilkinson’s best-known tracks include Half Light, Dirty Love and the top 10 hit single Afterglow.
Bass heavyweights, My Nu Leng & Dread MC, will be bringing their unique combination of bass, grime, garage and drum and bass to the main stage this September.
Holy Goof, widely considered to be one of the most exciting breakthrough artists in music over the past few years, will be making his Boundary Brighton debut.
Another Boundary debutant will be Ms Banks, who has lit up the UK hip-hop scene over the past year. The musician appears on Will.I.Am’s new single, PrettyLittlyThing alongside Lady Leshurr and Lioness.
Keen to promote local talent, the festival also welcomes Brighton rap production duo, Frankie Stew & Harvey Gunn to the line-up.
Alongside its musical offering, Boundary Brighton will also host a vintage fair and food from various local vendors.
Tickets for Boundary Brighton, taking place at Stanmer Park are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk