Hope Works

Sussex Road / S4 7YQ

Hope Works was a WW1 gun barrel factory, now it's a place of creativity and expression. It is a revolving gallery of music and visual art with an artist in residence program as well as a highly developed calendar of events. It serves as an incubator for new talent with regular plays and support given to new emerging artists from Sheffield and beyond. It was set up in association with Mixed In Sheffield in 2012 and has since endeavoured to program events which are both impactful and inspirational, embracing the local community whilst drafting in true giants of electronic music from the furthest reaches of the globe.

Sheffield Cathedral

Church Street / S1 1HA

The Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul, Sheffield, more commonly known as Sheffield Cathedral, is the cathedral church for the Church of England diocese of Sheffield, England. Originally a parish church, it was elevated to cathedral status when the diocese was created in 1914. Quote from the dean: "I am so happy the Cathedral is going to be a venue for the No Bounds Festival. This city is known for its musical talent and Cathedrals are built to showcase sounds and voices at their very best. The acoustics in this building are incredible. This Cathedral is a place 'A Place for All People' and music is a wonderful way to bring joy and laughter into our lives. I look forward to welcoming everyone to the festival later in the year."

Moore Street Substation

Moore Street / S1 4LW

Concrete, dramatic and brutalist, Moore Street Substation lends itself to comparison with that other towering example of post-war urban regeneration in Sheffield: Park Hill. Like Park Hill the electricity substation was built in the 60s on land recently cleared of neglected back-to-backs. And, like Park Hill, it has split public opinion ever since. It is completely iconic and we are so excited to have gained access to it for only the second time ever to house a collaborative installation by David Cotterrell & Shelly Knots entitled - God's Eve View IV - (Conflict)

Plot 22

Exchange Street / S2 5TS

A new, firmly grassroots underground music and arts venue in Sheffield. Playing host to more than 10 artists and creatives in its studio spaces, the space is also home to an intimate 120-capacity venue, rooted in its community and culture but in the heart of the city. The space is home to social enterprise RiteTrax who also use the space as a hub for workshop and support sessions with young people and vulnerable adults. With a commitment to culturally diverse and great programming, this venue is another hotspot for Sheffield's underground community.

Bal Fashions

Exchange Street / S2 5TR

Started as a DIY space it has matured into a small speak easy-esque underground music venue and has become a great addition too Sheffield's new wave of venues. Having had the likes of Bradley Zero, Mafalda, Donna Leake, Raji Rags, Ruf Dug, Annabel Fraser to name but a few - it genuinely packs a punch as a small tight intimate gender neutral safe space - strictly no dick heads. Their motto is 'upstairs foe dancing', literally the room upstairs is just a dance floor, strict dancing policy, powered over No Bounds by Sheffield's very own Audiophile Soundsystem Crew Apricot Ballroom. Expect warm and intimate vibes.

Delicious Clam

Exchange Street / S2 5TS

Delicious Clam have been creating space both literally and figuratively for many of Sheffield's DIY bands since 2013. Operating as a label, practice room and small gig space from their Castle Market headquarters, they fuel the fire of Sheffield's alternative scene. Now they're exploring new territories, from stand-up to brilliantly daft club nights. The are excited to welcome them to the festival this year as we expand into live performances from some of Sheffield's fabulous alternative underbelly and beyond.

The Dorothy Pax

Wharf Street / S2 5SY

A strongly independent canalside bar just around the corner from Hope Works run by music lovers and longstanding members of Sheffield's scene. located on the Victoria Quays in Sheffield, on a warm summers day you can sit outside in the sun, watching the boats go by. In the Winter the warm atmosphere will greet you with seating and heating a plenty. The Dorothy pax recently launched their own "Shady Gove Festival" and they are always programming interstice live acts and DJ's covering everything from Blues to Bashment. We are taking over the venue from 7-10pm Friday/Saturday of the festival to invite you to enjoy some great music and Canalside drinks before getting stuck into the night raves!


Wicker / S3 8JB

The organization emerged from the West Indies Association in the early 1955 and was formally constituted and became as is commonly known throughout the city as SADACCA (Sheffield and District African Caribbean Community Association) based at 48 Wicker Sheffield in 1986. This was the culmination of years of work from a dedicated first generation African and Caribbean members of the community, who saw a need to meet the socially, family and community needs of the African and Caribbean community at the time. Over the years the organization built up a reputation of being a multi-use space, inclusive and imbedded in the memories of many generations of people of growing up in Sheffield over the decades.


Fitzalan Square / S1 2AZ

DINA is an independent, inclusive and innovative art organisation for Sheffield and beyond. Their number one priority is to provide a safe and welcoming space for everyone to enjoy and participate in, including those whose voices and contributions are not always heard or appreciated. DINA strives to offer a bold and diverse arts programme, and to lead and support artistic social initiatives that engage their community. Hosting all types of events with a specific interest in developing and nurturing new talent, social projects, and those that are at the core of the lovely Sheffield community DINA are also a hub for the LGBTQ+ community and host weekly meet-ups, drag shows & other events. We are excited to work with DINA for No Bounds 2022 where we will host talks and workshops over the weekend with a specific slant towards those from marginalised communities..

J.G Graves Woodland Discovery Centre

Abbey Lane / S11 9NW

The J.G Graves Woodland Discovery Centre is named after the Sheffield philanthropist who helped Sheffield Corporation (now the City Council) purchase Ecclesall Woods in 1927. The centre is a highly-regarded contemporary design crafted from wooden materials that blend with the natural landscape. Perced at the side of the beautiful Ecclesall Woods it's a perfect launchpad for you to explore them. We are excited to be inviting Artist and organic farmer Mikk Murray to exhibit his work in the delightful Hector's House eco building and deliver art workshops for all ages!