Set Times for Junction 2 Virtual Livestream Announced

The online event occurs on Saturday, July 11th, between 18:00 CEST – 01:00 CEST and will be followed by a panel discussion on Sunday, July 12th, at 19:00 CEST.

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Jul 9, 2020
Beatport staff

Join Beatport Live and London’s Junction 2 Festival this Saturday and Sunday for a one-off online event featuring some of the world’s best talent! A highlight of the UK festival season, Junction 2 is going full steam ahead this year with a virtual revamp that surely won’t disappoint.

The virtual event will be taking place across six hours, and four stages for a fully-functional “online festival site,” which the J2 team promises will capture the same “mind-bending visuals and an inclusive atmosphere” the Boston Manor Park event is known for.

All four stages will be broadcast live on Beatportal’s homepage, as well as on Beatport, meaning you can identify and purchase tracks in real-time via Beatport’s live track identification system. The stream will also be hosted on Beatport’s Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook pages.

In addition to prize giveaways and merchandise, J2v will also be using this unprecedented online gathering to raise much-needed funds for the charities Black Lives Matter, Care Workers Charity, Refuge, The Outside Project, and Trussell Trust foodbanks. Learn how to donate by going here.

RSVP for the event on Facebook here.

Check out the J2v set times below.



Hosted by Adam Beyer and his Drumcode crew, The Console stage will feature “eight spires with marble-shaped stacks that will form an octagonal perimeter around the dancefloor.” Sitting atop a central pyramid, the view will allow for “equally blessed visibility” for all in attendance.

Times listed in BST:⁣
18.00 – 19.00: Joel Mull⁣
19.00 – 20.00: Bart Skils⁣
20.00 – 21.00: ANNA⁣
21.00 – 22.00: Alan Fitzpatrick⁣
22.00 – 23.30: Adam Beyer⁣
Visuals by More Eyes & Fade In Fade Out⁣

Tune in to The Console stage via Twitch here.


Kicking off with a rebroadcast of Richie Hawtin’s 2019 J2 stream, the festival promises that The Vault stage will make you feel “like you are being sucked into a techno vortex.”

Times listed in BST:⁣
18.00 – 19.00: Sama’ Abdulhadi⁣
19.00 – 20.00: Maya Jane Coles⁣
20.00 – 21.00: Anastasia Kristensen⁣
21.00 – 22.00: Daniel Avery⁣
22.00 – 23.30: Nina Kraviz⁣
Visuals by More Eyes & WeAreMidnight⁣

Tune in to The Vault stage via Twitch here.


This stage will feature an “imposing 6-sided pyramid” that will kick off with a performance from phenomenal rising talent Effy and close with a set from ReConnect favourite, Maceo Plex.

Times listed in BST:⁣
18.00 – 19.00: Effy⁣
19.00 – 20.30: Saoirse b2b Shanti Celeste⁣
20.30 – 21.30: Jossy Mitsu⁣
21.30 – 23.00: Âme (Live)⁣
23.00 – 00.30: Maceo Plex⁣
Visuals by More Eyes & Blinkinlab

Tune in to The Hex stage via Twitch here.



Curated by Carl Craig⁣

The newly added Mainframe Stage, curated by longtime LWE collaborator Carl Craig (in association with Beatport), will feature a cadre of highly respected Detroit and Midwest house and techno artists. All artists DJs involved set to play back-to-back to back from a warehouse in Detroit — though this special event won’t be rebroadcast, so don’t miss it!

Times listed in BST:⁣
18.00 – 18.05: Jessica Care Moore⁣
18.05 – 18.30: Amp Fiddler⁣
18.30 – 18.55: Jay Daniel⁣
18.55 – 19.20: Kyle Hall⁣
19.20 – 19.45: DJ Holographic⁣
19.45 – 20.05: Al Ester⁣
20.05 – 20.25: DJ Dez Andres feat. Moodymann⁣
20.25 – 20.45: DJ Minx⁣
20.45 – 21.00: Waajeed⁣
21.00 – 21.20: Rick Wilhite⁣
21.20 – 21.40: Terrence Parker⁣
21.40 – 22.15: Kevin & Dantiez Saunderson⁣
22.15 – 22.45: K-HAND⁣
22.45 – 23.15: Stacey Pullen⁣
23.15 – 23.45: Carl Craig⁣
23.45 – 00.15: Derrick May⁣
00.15 – 00.20: Jessica Care Moore⁣
Visuals by More Eyes⁣

Tune in to The Mainframe stage via Twitch here.

The Speakers Corner: Panel Discussion (Sunday, July 12th)

Following J2v’s day of music on Saturday, the event will host a stimulating panel discussion on the roots and future of our scene with the likes of Seth Troxler, Derrick Carter, Carl Craig, DJ Holographic, and more.

Learn more about the panel discussion by going here.

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