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​No Bounds Festival reveals full line-up for 2022 edition

Names this year include I. JORDAN, Craig Richards, and Skee Mask

  • Gemma Ross
  • 28 June 2022
​No Bounds Festival reveals full line-up for 2022 edition

Sheffield’s annual No Bounds Festival has announced its full 2022 line-up.

Taking place between 14 - 16 October 2022, No Bounds dropped the first set of names lining the 2022 bill back in March, which included 96 Back, Batu b2b Skee Mask, Helena Hauff, and Job Jobse.

With a new set of additions, the complete line-up now boasts more acts hailing from Sheffield and beyond, including Craig Richards b2b Calibre, Ifeoluwa, Palms Trax, Yazzus, I. JORDAN, and more.

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The sixth edition of No Bounds takes place across various venues around Sheffield, including an opening ceremony at Sheffield Cathedral with a live set from Blackhaine, and a live AV set from Blawan.

This year, fans can expect more live sets from the likes of dBridge, Grove, Lyzza, Nik Nik, and Working Men’s Club, who take over the closing party on October 16 at Sheffield venue Hope Works.

As Hope Works celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2022, No Bounds commemorates the iconic Sheffield nightclub with a collaborative effort showcasing multiple artists.

“Hope Works will remain rave central, the home base for the weekend - once again closing the road outside the venue for food trucks and a true carnival feel to the site over 4 stages,” No Bounds said on this year’s edition.

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Over the course of the three-day event, No Bounds also showcases an art exhibition at Moore Street Electricity Substation, the second organisation to ever be granted access to the brutalist building alongside SADACCA (Sheffield And District Afro Caribbean Community Association).

Elsewhere on the program, authors Jim Ottewill and Colin Steven speak on their latest book, Out Of Space, exploring the relationship between UK cities and club culture.

Find the full line-up and happenings at this year’s No Bounds Festival, and find tickets here.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter

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