Landing this September in Stanmer Park, Boundary Brighton promises to take the best of Brighton’s creative energy, lust for life and generosity of spirit to deliver a new festival with four stages of music hosted by the city’s leading music institutions.

House, dub, bashment, techno, drum and bass, breaks, electronica and even a little crazy jazz will be on offer.

The Arch promise to bring the sounds of Barcelona and Ibiza mixed with a large dose of insanity, outrageous performers, confetti filled air and crowd surfing, whilst Patterns, better known for it's intimate dancefloor and impeccable sound system, are providing an underground edge with deeper, leftfield sounds.

Long-standing institution Concorde 2 will be present with a big stage and big vibe, whilst the final stage is a Victorian bandstand, set high above the festival and promising to bring a different, but not yet eluded to, take on proceedings.

The festival promoters say – “We've gone all out and put together a festival that feels boutique and bespoke and coupled it with a ridiculously big line up fit for a much larger stage. The four stages are all distinctive and individualistic… a little different to the normal offering.”

A vintage fair, delicious local food and a secret bar are amongst other unexpected treats that will be on offer. Tickets start at £22.50 and pre-registration is open now for those wanting to bag the earliest, lowest priced spaces.