Sheffield’s No Bounds Festival has revealed its phase one line-up for 2021 featuring India Jordan, Batu, and Loraine James, plus many more.
The festival which takes at various venues throughout the steel city, (predominantly at Kelham Island Museum and Hope Works) will return from the 15 to the 17 October.
Other artists on the lineup include: Batu, Ben UFO, Helen Hauff, Anz, SHERELLE, Kode9, Tim Reaper, Ifeoluwa, Juliana Huxtable and Andy Stott as well as Sheffield’s own 96 Back.
In 2020, the festival continued as a hybrid event with social distancing measures and 3D live streaming.
In a statement, a spokesperson for the festival has said: “We are so happy to be returning to full capacity venues and body shaking sound systems cranked to trance inducing peak rave perfection for our 2021 edition”.
October’s event will also see No Bounds continuing its collaborative work with Indonesian label Yes No Wave Music. The festival will also premiere a new project from artists Nkisi and Gabber Modus Operandi, which will be presented as part of its on-going work with the label.
On top of the featured artists, the event will include: film, poetry, talks, workshops, plus immersive VR.
Venue allocation for the acts will be revealed soon and limited final release tickets remain available. You can purchase tickets here.