The light at the end of the tunnel inches closer. All that pent-up energy will be unleashed. Anticipate emotional scenes as London crowds return to their playground on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th August for Junction 2 at Tobacco Dock.
Festival favourites Amelie Lens, Afrodeutsche, Eris Drew, Nina Kraviz, Maribou State, Lauren Garnier, Dixon, Bradley Zero b2b Yu Su and more are set to take to the decks.
Booked to play his highly-anticipated live show at J2 festival next June, Jon Hopkins is also set to spin his favourite records at Tobacco Dock this August bank holiday.
Maceo Plex is confirmed for an extended four-hour set on Saturday, providing the opportunity to showcase his full range from deviant disco, to electro, deep house and darker techno.
Junction 2 at Tobacco Dock will be Maribou State’s first hometown DJ set in almost two years. Adam Beyer takes top billing on Sunday, having overseen J2’s growth from inner city festival to a global stage.
HERE COME THE GIRLS! One-woman funk machine, DJ Holographic brings her skills to the programme, alongside two of Europe’s most hotly-tipped DJs, with Effy and her larger than life collaborator Heléna Star both confirmed. From next-gen to veteran, well-travelled K-HAND will be showcasing the sounds of her Detroit hometown.
Iconic club Fabric has been revealed as the afterparty location, with full details coming soon.
Final tier of tickets for each day at Junction 2 will be available at midday on Tuesday 18th May.