No Bounds Festival returns to the city of Sheffield for their next edition, and have confirmed their exciting first phase of artists that will be joining them this October.
Moving from their daytime centre of gravity to Kelham Island Museum, this wonderful space and a direct link to Sheffield's industrial past will play host to interventions, workshops (from Live coding to wellbeing), installations, debates and so many musical performances over the weekend. Mark Fell joins forces with Portuguese curator Pedro Rocha for a specially commissioned section of the festival here called "Tactical Contact" that will see artists invited to create new collaborative pieces of work that will be premiered at No Bounds 2019.
The festival is also introducing a brand new Opening Concert event to the programme in the hugely impressive main hall of Kelham Island Museum, as well as specially commissioned work that engages with parts of the museum such as the amazing River Don Engine built in 1905 (the largest working steam engine in Europe).
Once more there will be 2 huge all night raves at Hope Works on Friday and Saturday night. One thing that No Bounds will be focusing on this year is ambient and drone music, and this will manifest in some really unique and interesting ways at the festival.
First phase lineup announced:
Aurora Halal (Live)
Caterina Barbieri + Reuben Spini (Live A/V)
Gábor Lázár (Live A/V)
Lanark Artefax (Live A/V)
Lee Gamble (Live A/V)
Mark Fell & Pedro Rocha
Rian Treanor (live AV)
rRoxymore B2B Violet
Plus artists representing the following Sheffield crews:
Off Me Nut records
Pretty Pretty Good
Catch No Bounds Festival at various venues in Sheffield from Friday 11th - Sunday 13th October.
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