February Gigs Round-up

Your monthly round-up of Sheff’s finest live music offerings.

Baba Naga // February 3rd // The Washington
The Washington reopens with an appearance from psychedelic shamans Baba Naga. A spectacle for the eyes and ears; it’s moody, trippy and very loud indeed.
Entry is free.

Cabbage // February 3rd // Picture House Social
Brexit Britain needs a voice and you can trust that the riotous ramblings of Joe Martin and his Cabbage comrades will see to it. Punchy post-punk played fast and loose with more than a hint of the Fat Whites about them.
Tickets are available here.

Estrons // February 8th // The Harley
Estrons found themselves into the Guardian’s 50 acts to watch in 2017 with a series of much-lauded live performances at major festivals including SXSW and Latitude. Melodic with hard-hitting lyrics, they’re one of the best alt-rock acts on the live circuit.
Tickets available here.

Kate Nash // February 9th // Leadmill
Platinum-selling singer-songwriter Kate Nash returns to the stage after a few years of dabbling in fashion, acting and writing. There will be all the new-indie classics on show, but don’t underestimate her new material.
Tickets available here.

Aj Tracey //February 10th // The Harley
West London MC AJ Tracey has positioned himself in a comfortably in the grime scene, releasing banger after banger in 2016, fast becoming a RinseFm favourite and Zane Lowe’s Beats1 world record of the day.
Tickets available here.

K.O.G & The Zongo Brigade // February 10th // Hagglers Corner
Zongo music are returning to the studio this February, but first they are performing a live afro-dub and dancehall set with Franz Von, Tixxy Bang, DNAE and many more to celebrate the birthday of Bob Marley and his influence on music and lives.
Tickets available here.

Sundara Karma // February 13th // Leadmill
A highly-tipped burgeoning indie talent for 2017, Sundara Karma bring their unique sound to Leadmill.
Tickets available here.

Adelphi // February 17th // Yellow Arch Studios
Local indie favourites Adelphi are guaranteed to produce an enjoyable, high-octane live show. It’s well worth dropping in for the support acts with fellow Sheffield talents Femur and The Time Sellers completing the bill.
Tickets available here.

Drake // February 17th // Motorpoint Arena
Drake’s trademark unstoppable success returns to the UK with the Boy Meets World tour, the global superstar sets out to perform a flawlessly magnificent show, performing tracks from his renowned 2016 album Views.
Tickets available here.

P Money // 21st February // Tuesday Club
An important name in grime, P Money returns to TTC to celebrate the release of his album Live & Direct featuring the likes of Skepta, Wiley and JME. He’ll be performing tunes from his mosh-pit inducing album alongside some charismatic classics.
Tickets available here.

White Lies // February 24th // O2 Academy
Iconic post-punk outfit White Lies return to the stage for the first time in four years to undertake a tour support of new album Friends.
Tickets available here.

Pilosa // 25th February // The Shakespeare
A mix of dream-pop, electronica and hip-hop influences with heavy bass and heady melodies, Pilosa are another local band with a rich tapestry of guitars, synths and vocals.
Tickets available here.

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