The electronic and dance music festival has revealed its first wave of acts.
Returning to Sheffield for its sixth edition, No Bounds will welcome the likes of Grove, Nia Archives, LCY, 96 Back and dBridge – who will perform Black Electric live – to Hope Works. Other additions include live performances from Lyzza, Deena Abdelwahed, plus back-to-back DJ sets from Batu and Skee Mask, and Sherelle with Kode9.
For 2022, No Bounds is partnering with Sheffield Cathedral, which will host live shows from Blackhaine and Blawan. Mark Fell will also curate a closing concert in the space.
Former Crack Magazine cover star Helena Hauff joins the bill alongside India Jordan, TSVI, Saoirse, Scratchclart and a showcase from Nyege Nyege. Hope Works residents including Diessa, Gracie T, Rian Treanor and Lupini are also set to play.
Elsewhere, No Bounds is collaborating with The Beatriarchy again. Co-founded by Gracie T as an online tune sharing group for underrepresented artists during the pandemic, the collective curated stages at the 2021 edition of the festival. This year, The Beatriarchy will run a full stage takeover at Hope Works.