No Bounds Festival 2021

  • No Bounds put in a valiant shift in 2020, crafting a nifty hybrid edition that showed off many of the festival's strong points. But we can all agree edgy electronic music is best enjoyed on the dance floor. This year's event spans poetry, film, workshops and more, though the highlights, as ever, are the club shows at Hope Works. Don't miss the likes of Jossy Mitsu, Anz and Andy Stott.
  • We are back! After delivering a fully hybrid festival in 2020 under strict social distancing measures ( something we are proud we did despite the mid pandemic hardships ) we are so happy to be returning to full capacity venues and body shaking sound systems cranked to trance inducing peak rave perfection for our 2021 edition. It will retain some of the brilliant things we learned and loved from 2020’s exploration of online collaboration and Virtual 3D live-streaming but we will be focussed again on creating meaningful experiences to be enjoyed with many other people, physically in real time. We again return to Kelham Island Museum and Hope Works as the core venues where we explore our programme with more venues and artists to be announced in the coming months. We will be announcing who plays where on which day in the coming weeks but for now we hope you can get as excited as we are with the lineup so far. It really feels so special to come back in this way. The festival will begin with an opening concert at Kelham Island Museum and then over to Hope Works for the Opening rave until 6am. Saturday will see Kelham Island open up for the full day and Hope Works hosts the second all nighter until 7am for our second all nighter at rave central, Hope Works. Sunday will be our usual combination of wind downs and chill out sessions with immersive sound and visual experiences. Mailer - Facebook - Instagram - Twitter - YouTube -
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