Hope Works / No Bounds announce 2020 residents
Sheffield warehouse venue Hope Works has named its new 2020 residents — Sherelle, India Jordan and Babycakes co-founder Diessa. The three also join the roster of affiliated autumn festival, No Bounds, which recently won Best Boutique Festival of 2019 at the annual DJ Mag Best of British Awards.
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The three DJs are accompanied by returning 2019 residents, 96 Back, Rian Treanor and Ifeoluwa, as well as founding residents Chris Duckenfield and Lo Shea (aka Liam O’ Shea, the venue’s director).
The news comes as the venue’s programming kicks off again in February — with the likes of Joy Orbison, Midland, Overmono, Avalon Emerson and many more scheduled to perform alongside the residents over the coming months. In addition to the official residents, the Hope Works team have said that they are also to work closely with a number of up-and-coming local talent, including CLOUWDS, Charla Green, Danielle Lunar, Gracie T, DJ Wanderlei, GROUNDWORK, and the Steam Yard DJs.
Watch Hope Works / No Bounds’ full winter schedule below.