March Gigs Round-up

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

Vant // March 2nd // Plug
With the world in a state of flux, perhaps a touch of Vant’s politically-infused lyrics may restore some balance to your life. A punchy cocktail of indie rock, punk and garage, check out what the lads had to say when we interviewed them a few months back here.
Tickets no longer available online. Check with venue if available OTD.

Jungle Jam presents: The 12th Birthday // March 4th // O2 Academy Sheffield
Originally hailing from pirate radio, DJ Hype takes some time away from the airways to inject an exclusive jungle set into Sheffield’s O2 Academy.
Tickets available here.

Dutch Uncles // March 7th // Plug
It’s quite a trek from Marple to Sheffield, but Dutch Uncles have braved the journey to bring their 2017 tour and fill the rooms of Plug with their unique art-pop sound. Head here to read our recent interview with the band.
Tickets available here.

The Pigeon Detectives // March 7th // The Leadmill
After selling out their October tour, what else could The Pigeon Detectives do but put on more gigs in bigger venues? Demonstrating their knack for supply and demand, the indie rock group will storm The Leadmill this month with Franklin & Tiny Minds.
Tickets available here.
Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox // March 10th // Sheffield City Hall
New York jazz pianist Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox have been reworking modern music to have a slick vintage feel since 2011 and you can indulge in the retro vibes at Sheffield City Hall. Check out their unique sound for yourself via their popular YouTube channel, racking up 650 million views, no less.
Tickets available here.

Olly Murs // March 10-11th // Sheffield Arena
Pop sensation Olly Murs hits Sheffield Arena as part of his huge nationwide tour following the release of his 5th album 24 HRS the follow up to the million selling Never Been Better.
Tickets available here.

Lethal Bizzle // March 14th // CODE
Sheffield’s freshest new student night Chaos presents a live performance from grime superstar Lethal Bizzle. With amazing audio visuals, mind-blowing club entertainment including fire-breathers, magicians, confetti cannons and Ibiza-style CO2 jets, grab your tickets here as this club night sells out every week!

The Wailers // March 17th // O2 Academy Sheffield
The legend that was Bob Marley may no longer be with us, but his band certainly are. The ’70s reggae icons will be continuing the musical experience at the O2 Academy.
Tickets available here.
Circa Waves // March 18th // O2 Academy Sheffield
Forming in 2013 and with two studio albums under their belt, Liverpool band Circa Waves bring their own brand of indie rock music to the stage at the O2 Academy.
Tickets available here.

ToPMoB and Frostlake // March 25th // Shakespeares
ToPMoB play an eclectic mix of funk, jazz and prog from around the world including the likes of Passport, Alice Coltrane, Scofield and Masakela, as well as some original compositions. Also on the bill is Frostlake, a British psych folk duo with haunting melodies and percussive sounds with a unique prog twist.
Tickets are £5 on the door, available from 8pm.

Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles // March 25th // The Rocking Chair
What do you do after parting from Catfish and the Bottlemen? Form another band, of course. Billy Bibby and The Wry Smiles make their mark on Sheffield’s Rocking Chair with their distinctive rock sound.
Tickets available here.

Bear’s Den // March 26th // The Leadmill
Two-man folk duo Bear’s Den will be bringing their rich alternative sounds to The Leadmill later this month following an exciting year of sold-out tours and a critically acclaimed top 10 album.
Tickets available here.

Desperate Journalist // March 30th // The Leadmill
With two albums and several singles to their name, Jo Bevan leads the glowering post-punk foursome in time for the release of their latest offering Grow Up. Desperate Journalist bring a wild and refreshing twist on their eighties influences.
Tickets available here.

Steel City Rhythm // March 31st // Yellow Arch Studios
Sheffield’s Steel City Rhythm brings their own politically conscious reggae sounds to the stage, with fellow reggae act Stig of the Dub and DJs WheresNorth? and Simmerdown supporting. Check out their Exposed In Session vid from 2016 here.
Tickets available here.

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