A night of cutting edge experimental music at Sheffield’s Hope Works.
Split across multiple venues in Sheffield, No Bounds Festival remains at the forefront of pushing new, and avante-garde electronic music. New to 2019 and for its third instalment, the festival will see a a special opening concert held at the iconic Kelham Island Museum, plus an extensive daytime programme of panel discussions and world premieres.
The festival’s nighttime programme however, stays anchored to it’s regular space Hope Works, and the iconic venue is exactly where you will find us for No Bounds’ opening rave on Friday 11th October.
With cutting edge experimental music and bass enforcers spread across each of the three rooms, Hyponik host the warehouse stage, which comes made up some of our favourite DJs and producers in the game, as DBridge, Shygirl, Shannen SP, DJ Flight and Zuli join forces for a proper soundsystem shake up.
Elsewhere across the weekend, Juan Atkins, The Black Madonna, The Black Dog, Solid Blake, Prequel Tapes, LSDXOXO, Slikback, Lee Gamble and more feature alongside artists from some of Sheffield’s favourite local crews.
No Bounds Festival takes place 11th – 13th October.
You can buy tickets here