Following the success of their launch party, No Bounds is gearing up for its inaugural festival, which will include a diverse mix of art, technology, music and dance.
The three-day event will hit one of the city's best-loved spaces, Hope Works, between Friday 13th - Sunday 15th October. An old WW1 gun barrel factory, the venue is now known as the home to a whole range of creative endeavours.
Names confirmed for the festival include Detroit techno pioneer Jeff Mills and fellow American Laurel Halo, alongside the likes DJ Stingray, Mr G, lo-fi poster boy Ross From Friends and many more. Full line up details can be found here.
Fervent supporters of the local scene, No Bounds will include a stage hosted by Sheffield's Off Me Nut Records, as well as a programme of live and spoken word performances, installations, and workshops from an array of talented contributors.