Aurora Halal, Lee Gamble, dBridge, Nkisi and more head to The Steel City.
Taking place across multiple venues over three days, the weekend event offers a multidisciplinary approach to the musical avant-garde, expanding on last year’s format to include an opening concert and daytime programme of world premieres and panel discussions at the iconic Kelham Island Museum, whilst nighttime proceedings will continue to be held at the festival’s regular space, Hope Works.
Amongst the first names announced, Aurora Halal, Caterina Barbieri + Reuben Spini, Gábor Lázár, Lanark Artefax, Lee Gamble and Shygirl are set to perform live A/V shows, whilst DJ sets will come from artists including Courtesy, dBridge, DJ Q, SPFDJ, Zuli and rRoxymore, who along with Rian Treanor and 96 Back , was also recently announced as a resident of Hope Works for 2019.
See the first wave of acts in full below, and stay tuned for further announcements from Hyponik.
No Bounds Festival 2019 takes place in Sheffield on October 11-13.
Tickets and more information here.
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