June Gig Round-Up


The Britpop Reboot Tour
O2 Academy Sheffield // 16th June
This is a tribute to the biggest icons, featuring Oaseis, Blur2 and Pulp’d. Some of the biggest hits will kick off this event which promises to be quite a night, celebrating the best of music icons.

Aynsley Lister

The Greystones // 22nd June
Guitarist of the Year thanks to the British Blues Awards, singer/songwriter Aynsley feels every lyric on stage. His lyrics are genius, his songs progressive and story-like. At this highly-anticipated event, he will be playing music from his new album Eyes Wide Open alongside haunting covers and some mesmerising guitar playing.


Black Spiders

Corporation // 16th June
This is the ‘Last Ever Sheffield Show Again’ – a rescheduled show by the Black Spiders. Original tickets can still be used, so don’t miss out!


Sheffield City Hall // 29th June
This Boston quartet is on its third visit to the UK within the last year, delighting audiences with their Folk music. After winning International Artist of the Year two years ago, playing at Celtic Connections and last year’s Cambridge Folk Festival, they’re soaking up the atmosphere of pumped crowds and exciting live performances.

Easy Life

Record Junkee // 24th June
A night of Funk, Indie and Soul, a whole lot of dancing, and just generally a good night to be had. Another gig not to be missed.

Shakespeares // 24th June
As part of their farewell tour of the UK, Cloudstreet will be performing their acoustic folk tunes with its haunting harmonies and strong arrangements. This is sure to be a moving performance from the band who now have 8 albums, and have enjoyed a whopping 9 tours internationally.


Muzik: Richy Ahmed, Darius Syrossian, Max Chapman & Pirate Copy
Code // 21st July
An impressive line-up promises to span two night of this July weekend, a 20 hour stint of partying, filled with a range of tune from techno to house and deep, soulful rhythms.

Personal Best, Ganglions, Chemtrails & Pillow Queens

Bungalows and Bears // 21st July
Look out for Tramlines weekend kicking off at Bungalows and Bears, one of the festival’s fringe venues this year. Some of the best bands around are set to excite crowds at this popular haunt, with Personal Best headlining fresh off the back of their tour supporting Mitski.

Tramlines Fringe 2017

Picture House Social // 21-24th July
Another Tramlines fringe venue, Picture House Social will be housing a wealth of talented performers under its roof. From Steve Davis & Kavus Torabi and The DJ Pipes & Ashley Plenty, to Threads and Club Pony.

Tramlines Fringe 2017

The Hubs // 21st – 22nd July
Hosting an eclectic line-up of performers, The Hubs will be opening their doors to Black Peaches, Cian Nugent and many more talented artists. With free entry to all Tramlines events, this is sure to make for a memorable weekend in another popular Sheffield venue.

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