Get your belly in the mood for Boundary Festival

As well as pulling together a pretty sweet lineup, Boundary Festival - the forthcoming festival taking place in Brighton on September 17th - have gone the extra mile and served up an eclectic mix of street food for all in attendance.

Gone are the days of questionable burgers and watered down ketchup, a trip to Boundary looks set to offer something a little more exciting, with duck burgers, veggie and vegan delights and hot dogs from Brighton’s very own Dog House on offer.

With so many Summer festivals out there, and none of them particularly cheap, events such as Boundary are showing that a hot lineup is only so important, with the overall experience - including amenities, extra entertainment, and food - providing a means for new festivals such as Boundary to differentiate from other events out there.

Brighton is famed for its foodie culture, so it’s only right that Boundary serves up something special for the event that looks set to be the perfect end to Summer. Alongside a strong selection of food, Boundary is also bringing Bondax, Craig David, Jungle, Toddla T and a load more to Brighton for a party by the sea.

Whether you’re trying to get in the mood for the festival, or you’re just wondering if it’ll be up your street, we’ve dedicated this month’s playlist to the sounds of Boundary. Featuring the usual mix of eclectic beats alongside some heavy hitters from Bondax, Joy Orbison and more (all of which are set to take the stage at Stanmer park on the 17th), it’s guaranteed to keep the Summer vibes flowing, despite the fact the weather might be starting to take a turn for the worse. Only a few tickets remain, all of which can be found at