Sheffield’s No Bounds festival has added more artists and new venues to its 2022 programme.
Craig Richards and Calibre are confirmed for a back-to-back, as well as sets from Yazzus, LTJ Bukem, Tailor Jae, Ifeoluwa, Palms Trax, DJ Fart In The Club, Mun Sing, and I. JORDAN, among others. Live performance additions include Nik Nak, Wanton Witch, Polinski and the premiere of Rian Treanor and Ocen’s live collaborative show.
The new format of the Mark Fell-curated “Closing Sequence” will see sets from Beatrice Dillon and Nakul Krushnamurthy, as well as performances from Working Men’s Club, Explore Ensemble, Charla Green and more.
Among the new venues for the Sheffield-showcasing weekender is the brutalist Moore Street Electricity Substation, which has only been used by another organisation for an event once before. It’ll host an exhibition in collaboration with the SADACCA (Sheffield And District Afro Caribbean Community Association) curated by Amy Carter Gordon. DIY venue Delicious Clam and the J G Graves Woodland Discovery Centre will also hold festival events.
The sixth edition of No Bounds festival will take place at venues across Sheffield from 14th to 16th October. Already announced acts include Helena Hauff, dBridge, Deena Abdelwahed, Lyzza, and SHERELLE & Kode9.
Find more information on No Bounds’ website and check out the line-up below.