Junction 2 festival reveals their full class of 2018 plus individual arena lineups, with Maya Jane ColesEnrico Sangiuliano and La Fleur completing the lineup for the third edition of the ground-breaking electronic music event, taking place at Boston Manor Park on Saturday 9th June 2018.
Offering five unique and vastly contrasting arenas, Junction 2's breezy, meadow stage features a complex geometric truss structure providing a 1,500sqm canopy and hosts a technically heavy production with an intense atmosphere. Presented by SONUS, the The Hex will play host to some of techno's finest, with Nina KravizTale of UsMaya Jane Coles and Mind Against
Located under the belly of the M4 Flyover, starkly industrial arena, The Bridge, will once again be hosted by DRUMCODE. An epic clash of the titans will see DRUMCODE head honcho Adam Beyer go back-to-back with Carl Cox as well as playing individual sets. Italian sound design artist and DRUMCODE cohort Enrico Sangiuliano and Watergate's La Fleur, will also perform in the unique surroundings.
SIDEXSIDE will host Junction 2's third largest stage; a covered arena that offers festival-goers the chance to get up close and personal with access the stage itself. Presenting an unmissable Innervisions showcase, Dixon and Âme will go back-to-back for six hours straight, with label mates Marcus Worgell and Trikk completing the lineup.
As one of the festivals most distinctive stages, The Warehouse is custom-designed to recreate the feel of a warehouse rave. The dark and intimate space will showcase some of the most forward-thinking sounds on offer with Len Faki, Scuba presents SCB, LWE residents Dense & Pika and Jay Clarkproviding the soundtrack. 
Getting back to nature, Oasis Festival host leafy stage, The WoodsJoy Orbison will headline the lush, green woodland space which will also feature and extended back-to-back set from Sonja Moonear and Nicolas Lutz. LWE resident William Djoko completing the lineup.
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