October Gigs Round Up
Check out our monthly round up of live music and late night highlights being brought to you across Sheff cities finest venues this October.
O2 Academy, You Me At Six, October 20th
Don’t take off your colours just yet because You Me At Six are back and they are bigger than ever before. Embarking on a UK tour ahead of their highly-anticipated debut album, Surrey’s ultimate rock band is hitting the stage at O2 Academy on October 20th with support from British indie rock band Vant.
The Leadmill, Beach Baby, October 21st
Bringing new noise to the scene in 2015 with their debut single ‘Ladybird’, catch Beach Baby at The Leadmill on October 21st. Mashing together a whole load of genres, expect indie pop guitars, psychedelic 90s sounds with a dash of 80s new wave, from a band who count the likes of The Cure, Nirvana, The Smiths and Joy Division amongst their biggest influences.
Plug, October Drift, October 22nd
Notably known for being tour hungry, the boys from October Drift are heading out on another UK tour which will undoubtedly be one not to miss. Their blistering, high-energy live gigs are what set them apart from the rest, so make sure to catch them at Plug on October 22nd.
CODE, Musik with Franky Rizardo, October 14th
Sheffield’s newest addition to nightlife, Muzik is bringing the best acts to the table fresh from Ibiza this month. DJing until 6AM at the CODE Warehouse, Rizardo’s modern, deep house sound has brought a hugely refreshing change to the world of house music of late. Get involved.
Picture House Social, YAK, October 24th
With the release of their debut album Alas Salvation earlier this month, YAK are rapidly dominating the music scene and becoming one of the UK’s most thrilling live bands. Having toured previously with The Last Shadow Puppets, the London-based trio are set to take their tour by storm and are hitting the Picture House Social’s subterranean ballroom on October 24th.
City Hall, Heaven 17, October 25th
Steel City legends Heaven 17 bring their Penthouse and Pavement 35th Anniversary Tour to the City Hall this month, with very special guests British Electric Foundation in tow to celebrate 35 years since the release of their seminal debut album.
Foundry, The Divine Comedy, October 15th
Touring their whopping 11th album Foreverland, Neil Hammond’s orchestral pop group bring their delightfully flamboyant and wonderfully overblown collection of tracks about everyday relationships to the Foundry stage.
Plug, Eden Haze, October 28th
Ambient alt-rock four piece Eden Haze play their biggest gig yet at Plug on the back of a massive year which saw them smash a Tramlines set, perform in front of a sell-out crowd at Corporation and support Lonely The Brave. This time, they’ll be headlining their own stage with support from the likes of Habberdash, Crimson Tide and Rasasvada.
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