What to expect ahead of Get Together 2024

Get Together festival returns on Saturday 18 May, with this year’s instalment shaping up to be another stellar celebration of reyt’ good music, food and drink. 

Last month, Kelham Island-based festival shared the full 2024 lineup and announced additional information about its wide-ranging live arts programme and food & drink offering.

With that in mind, and to make sure you don’t miss a beat, it’s time to get the all-important stage times pencilled in the diary. Handily, Get Together have provided the stage splits as well as a map of the venues and pop-ups to help you easily navigate this year’s big Kelham party!

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If you’re looking for some last minute weekend plans, tickets for this year’s festival are still available! (Image: @lindsaymelbourne_)

All of the stage times, along with the festival map, can be found on their socials, @gettogetherfest.

Alongside new artists including Kid Acne, August Charles, Pet Snake, Neighbourhood Voices, City Parking and Nervous Pills, Get Together have shared details of its own street food village, the Kelham Beer mile, live art sessions, pop-up community choirs and much more.

Now well-established in its home of Kelham Island, the fourth instalment features over fifty artists in various venues including headliner CMAT who returns after a triumphant set at Get Together 2023.

Joining the fast-rising Irish pop star in Sheffield that weekend is Welsh indie-icon and Super Furry Animal Gruff Rhys as well as a cutting-edge line-up of the best new music, including The Bug Club, Liz Lawrence, Miso Extra, Picture Parlour, Maruja, Sailor Honeymoon and many more.

Teaming up with Sheffield City Council and BBC Introducing Leeds & Sheffield, Get Together have announced a specially curated stage of exciting local artists for this year’s festival with Humour, Gia Ford, August Charles, Ellur, Spielmann and Neighbourhood Voice Choir all performing live as part of the new music showcase.

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This year marks the fourth instalment and will see 2023’s epic headliners CMAT return for more (Image: @lindsaymelbourne_)

Alongside the music, Purity Brewing and Kelham Island Brewery have collaborated with Get Together to present the Kelham Beer Mile, while the wildly popular Peddler Market will create The Peddler Food Village with a specially curated selection of the tastiest street food around including Bina’s Kitchen, Bun DMC, El Chapos, New Yorkshire Pizza and more.

As a true celebration of culture in Sheffield, Get Together has announced they will be hosting a live art street party with Lick of Paint Festival and mural artist Elles Paint as well as a late-night DJs and sets courtesy of Somewhere Soundsystem, a pop-up record shop with Spinning Discs and lots more across the day with a number of partners from across the city, including some special surprise guests, to be announced on the day itself.

Tickets are £42.50 and are still available from

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