No Bounds Festival returning to Sheffield this October
Get ready for three days of DJs sets and all night raves
No Bounds Festival is returning to Sheffield this October 2021.
The live music event will take place over three days from 15-17 October. On the first day of the festival, an opening concert will be held at Kelham Island Museum. The event will then head over to Hope Works for the opening rave until 6am.
Day two and three will follow a similar layout with all night raves taking place at Hope Works once again.
This year, there is already an array of artists set to play at the festival, including Minsky Rock.
Minsky Rock are a new side project of Working Men’s Club Frontman Syd Minsky Sergent, whose album producer is Sheffield super producer Ross Orton – famous for working with the City’s own Arctic Monkeys and Pulp.
A full line up of DJs and music sets will be released closer to the event.
Liam Shea (a.k.a Lo Shea), the creative director and booker of No Bounds Festival, told The Sheffield Tab: “No Bounds Festival is a progressive project that joins the conversation with world leading festivals such as Unsound, Sonar and CTM.
“It’s about exploring ideas and culture in a myriad of ways and it’s about having a damn good party at the same time. It’s a place where new ideas and friendships are formed, where some of the best artists and musicians come to Sheffield and where our own culture and community is given a solid platform to stand alongside all of this.”
Due to the pandemic, last year the festival had to take place as a hybrid event. This year the festival will be returning in physical form.
Lo Shea continued to tell The Sheff Tab about the return of an in person No Bounds festival: “I’m so excited and relieved. To be able to return to a peak rave perfection will be the most beautiful way to emerge from our lockdown slumber We are ready to rave…let it be noted…we are Ready.
“The public can expect to be surprised, enthralled and entertained while also feeling like you’re connecting with a new community of like minded inquisitive souls who want to be blown away by great art and music as well as focusing on aspects of health and well being. It’s loads of amazing art using innovative technology combined with all night raving.”
On 2 July, A phase 2 announcement will uncover more details about the festival. Until then, more information can be found on their website: http://noboundsfestival.co.uk
Tickets for the festival can be found here.
Check out www.hope-works.co.uk , for the full festival line up.