No Bounds announces Flowdan, DJ Storm, Batu, more for 2024 festival

No Bounds announces Flowdan, DJ Storm, Batu, more for 2024 festival

No Bounds has announced its return for 2024 and the first acts on its festival lineup.

The independent Sheffield event, which cancelled its 2023 edition citing the cost of living crisis and increases in production costs, among other reasons, will be back with its seventh edition on 11th October through the 13th at various venues in Sheffield and, for the first time, Rotherham.

This year’s theme of Agency & Revelation aims to “[shine] a light onto transitional and hidden spaces, places, connections and stories”, according to the press release, and as ever, the industrial event wants its programme and audience to interact with the local industrial architecture, culture and communities

The lineup features the likes of Flowdan, Manuka Honey, Kelman Duran, DJ Storm, Batu, Tara Clerkin Trio and Toumba, among others, as well as pairings like Iceboy Violet & Nueen and TSVI & Stenny. In keeping with its aims to highlight the Northern scene, local artists like Winston Hazel, Coco, Commodo, Charla Green, SY Rockers’ Mella Dee and Reuben G, Pipes and the debut of 96 Back, aya and Jenifer Walton’s project Microplastics, plus Sinai Soundsystem and Raze Sound System.

No Bounds is also teaming up with collectives like The Beatriarchy and Algorave to curate events, and Amy Carter Gordon of Hallam University will curate art exhibitions with a focus on the climate crisis across the several venues 

Find tickets and more information via No Bounds’ website.

Relive the last No Bounds festival via Eoin Murray’s report on the 2022 weekender, featuring interviews with Carter Gordon, 96 Back, Gracie T, and Hope Works founder, curator and DJ Liam O’Shea.

See the 2024 No Bounds festival line-up so far via Instagram.

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