It is with a heavy heart we sadly have to announce the postponement of Boundary Brighton 2020: 5 Years of Boundary until 2021.
This decision was not taken lightly and every possible consideration was undertaken before reaching this conclusion. We have a responsibility to our customers and our community and we cannot say for sure that we will be able to host Boundary Brighton this year safely. Government Guidelines as they currently stand mean we simply cannot give you the same Boundary experience you have come to expect. It wouldn’t be the event we have all come to expect and love year after year.
As it was our 5th year celebrations we had our biggest line up booked which we will be replicating and expanding on for 2021. We will be using the extra time to make sufficient plans to ensure the best ever Boundary Brighton show and one which will pay justice to a 2 year long wait.
Boundary Brighton will now happen on Saturday 25th September 2021
EXISTING TICKET HOLDERS – your tickets will be honoured and rolled over to the rescheduled date next year. You do not need to do anything.
By holding on to your ticket you are securing your spot for 2021 at the current price and also supporting your local community. We are all locally based, the suppliers, the staff, the crew. Your support genuinely is appreciated and does go a long way to help keep events like this in Brighton happening in the future. We are all in this together.
If you cannot make the new date or join us next year, you can get the face value of your ticket refunded via the ticket platform you purchased from. Please contact them directly for a refund. Refunds will be available until 31st July 2020.
We do have some positive news to soften the blow. This Saturday (July 18th 4-10pm) Boundary presents Kideko’s Make Em Move Festival – a free to view online festival curated by one of Brighton’s brightest talents and Boundary 2018 performer Kideko. This will be available to stream live via our Facebook page and Kideko’s facebook and youtube channel. This is not one to miss.
Stay safe and take care and remember the comeback is always bigger than the setback.