- June 9th's warm-up event will be split into day and night sections, with workshops, talks and exhibitions also planned.
Nina Kraviz will headline the launch party for No Bounds, a new music, art and technology festival coming to Sheffield in October of 2017.
The 18-hour warm-up event is planned for Friday, June 9th, running across multiple venues in the Steel City. The programme will be split into day and night sections: from 1 PM through 10 PM, there will be a series of talks, workshops, installations and live performances at a TBA gallery space, followed by two simultaneous club nights at Hope Works and Trafalgar Studios featuring the likes of Kraviz, DJ Nobu, Shackleton, Lena Willikens, Helena Hauff, Mumdance, Lo Shea, Reckonwrong and Avalon Emerson, who will go back-to-back with Courtesy.
Highlights from the daytime schedule include all-female coding tutorials, a talk on the resurgence of modular synths, and the world's first pop-up poetry VR experience. Live performances will come from Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, patten, London Modular Alliance, Steve Hauschildt and UK percussionist Joby Burgess.
The first edition of No Bounds Festival proper will go down from October 13th through 15th in Sheffield. More details, including the lineup, will be revealed in the coming months.
Tickets for No Bounds Festival launch party are available here on RA.