B o u n d a r i e s 2023
NOVEMBER 24TH & 25TH
We are extremely thrilled to be able to announce the 3rd Boundaries Festival and who will be performing at this years Boundaries 2023 edition.
UPADATE! We have SOLD OUT ALL of our 2 Day Passes and have now SOLD OUT ALL of our full day Saturday tickets too!
We now only have a handful of Friday 24th Nov tickets available and the exclusive SUNDERLAND MINSTER tickets available for the stunning evening performance on Saturday 25th Nov. These final two ticket options all available to purchase in the in the Ticket section.
If you have already bought the 2 Day Passes or the full day Saturday tickets, don't worry you are guaranteed entry to the Saturday evening Sunderland Minster with those tickets. All good!
We have also announced the day programmes for both Friday and Saturday. It truly looks fun fun fun.
The programme is really starting to take shape and we cannot wait for you all to travel to Sunderland to unwind, indulge and take in all of the brilliant creative minds on display!!
We are fully aware that living costs have sky rocketed recently and with that the ability to access and get involved with events have become increasingly limited.
Boundaries aim is to try and keep prices as as low as possible so the full 2 day pass for this years event will be £15, with day tickets at £10 each.
THE FULL PROGRAMME FOR BOUNDARIES 2023 IS BELOW..
EX EASTER ISLAND HEAD / JULIA REIDY / MUN SING / CRYS COLE / MICROCORPS / HARESS / SLY & THE FAMILY DRONE / PENELOPE TRAPPES / CORE OF THE COALMAN / LI YILEI / JOAN LOW / ELEANOR CULLY BOEHRINGER
ECKA MORDECAI / ROBERT RIDLEY SHACKLETON / IVAN THE TOLERABLE / COMPETITION / MATTERS /
ROBIN FOSTER / DISTANT LISTENING
This years edition showcases a wide and wonderful array of artists ranging from the sublime imaginative guitar playing of Australian Julia Reidy, the hypersound super dance crunches of Bristol's Mun Sing, the incredibly delicate and disciplined still sounds of Canadian Crys Cole, the encompassing rhythmic percussion and guitar ensemble of Liverpool's Ex Easter Island Head, Micorcorps improv and processed electronic systems, the deep evocative repetitive guitar folk playing of Haress from Bishops Castle, the blasts, skuzz and skronked up jazz noise rock of London's Sly & The Family Drone, Newcastle's very own Competition and his brilliant leftfield minimalist pop gems, Ecka Mordecai based in London will bring her stunning intimate textural methods and manipulated acoustic sounds, while Robert Ridley Shackleton will entertain the masses with his untouchable card funk, Californian Core of the Coalman presents his spectral, spatialised, macro/micro-compositions and improvisations, performed with a variety of electronic and acoustic instruments, some homemade, Australian Penelope Trappes will smother and smitten the audience with her stunning minimalistic haunting sparse and still sounds, Chinese duo Li Yilei and Joan low will perform as AAACP, where they use exciting and fascinating sound design and performance techniques, the duos work manipulates and experiments with spoken word, found samples, domestic appliances, and synthesizers, Ivan The Tolerable will show off their jazz rock krautrock, heavy fun rock, free playing top buzzes to the festival, while Eleanor Cully Boehringer will create a cloud of wonderful deep listening experiences with her beautiful deep considered tones and textures.
We will then have Robin Foster who will perform centring around his Rummaging outlet, exploring our relationship with the things that we surround ourself with and the musicality inherent within them, the rhythm of the universe, Matters the electronic 2 piece will shift seamlessly from film score to basement nightclub to industrial noise, while Distant Listening the brand new project from drummer/percussionist and analog mod synth head Andy Hodson will tread, trample and triumph over anyone feeling those Saturday afternoon blues!!
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For this years edition we will be using 3 locations, The Peacock, The Dun Cow and The Minster Church.
Unfortunately due to the historic nature of the buildings, The Peacock and The Dun Cow have limited accessibility with only access via steep staircase. We are truly sorry if this affects your decision to attend this years event, we are hoping to address this situation moving forward with future events.
The Minster Church is wheelchair friendly with easy access entry and comfortable positions to experience all performances.
If you would like anymore information please don't hesitate to get in touch via the email - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you like the look of this years edition, i advise you to grab a 2 day pass or a single day passes before they all get snapped up, we have sold over 85% of 2 day pass allocation already! If you don't have time to attend the full event there are individual day passes for either Friday and Saturday available at the ridiculous cheap prices of £10 each!! These are very limited now due to interest, so please dont snooze!
If you had a moment and could spread the word, we would be forever grateful...Tell as many people as possible, as we wouldn't want anyone who has an interest in these sort of events to miss out!
I cant wait for you to all see the full programme as it is looking like a rather special few days in Sunderland this Winter!
What a way to slowly close the end of the year.
You can find out more about each performer at the artist section of the festival website, where there is bio, music links and more for you all to peruse and ponder.
More info as the weeks and months draw closer....
SO YEAH, SEE YOU ALL AT BOUNDARIES 2023.
NOVEMBER 24TH & 25TH
LET DO THIS PEOPLE! X
Boundaries is a non profit festival that aims to celebrate and support adventurous, exciting, curious and fun performances.
Thank you so much for all the support.
Team Boundaries. x
Adventurous Sounds For Curious Crowds
BOUNDARIES 2023. NOV 24TH AND 25TH