September Live Music Picks

After the lull of the summer Sheffield is picking up the pace once again as the autumn approaches and live music takes centre stage of the city’s entertainment. We bring you top picks from some of the city’s best live venues.



Steel City Rocks

A showcase of local talent featuring Awooga, Dead Blonde Stars, Perfect Crimes, The Verals and Regulus.

Saturday September 5th. £7 adv, doors 4pm.

Book now here or call 0114 276 0262.

Guns Or Roses (as seen on BBC1’s Dont Tell The Bride) + Black Cat Bones

Noted as the most entertaining Guns ‘n’ Roses tribute on the circuit, the band have wowed audiences the world over boasting possibly the best Slash impersonator around.

Saturday September 19th. £8 adv, doors 7pm.

Book now here or call 0114 276 0262.


The Washington

Carl Maloney Presents…

Dr B And The Pepper Three, The Rubber Sound Experiment and Bronte. Followed by Glitz DJ, bringing credible pop floor fillers and alternative party rock anthems to the decks until 3am.

Saturday September 5th, free entry, doors 8pm.

Whip It Presents…

Framing Witches, Bovidae & Richard and Richard Dilkes. Followed by DJ Warren Peace until 2am.

Thursday 17th September, free entry, doors 8pm.


O2 Academy

Brand New and Basement
After a two-year absence, the Long Island punk rockers return with their new single Mene. Expect to hear new material, plus classics Sic Transit Gloria, Seventy Times 7 and more.

Saturday 19th September, doors 7pm.


Folky pop-rock five-piece Kosoti embark on their first UK headline tour to support their charity release ‘By Your Side’ this September. With support from The Natterjacks.

Monday 21st September, £6, doors 6pm.



The Strypes and The Mighty Stef.

Fresh off the back of announcing their sophomore album, The Strypes announce a full UK Autumn tour. Support from Dublin three piece The Mighty Stef.

Monday 28th September, £12.50, doors 7pm.


Picture House Social

Will Hoge and The Fargo Railroad Co.

Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Will Hoge is making his first-ever full band trek to the UK for seven headline tour dates across Scotland and England, beginning in September.

Saturday 5th September, £7, doors: 7.30pm.


The Leadmill


Pioneers of ‘SnotPop’, a smutty new hash of Britpop with splashes of their Madchester beat surroundings, Grunge and cast-iron Heavy-Metal guitars with solid pop foundations.

Thursday 24th September, £5, doors 7.30pm.


The Harley

Menace Beach

Leeds five-piece Menace Beach are a primer of ’90s indie styles, with echoes of Madchester, shoegaze, fuzzy US alt-rock and Britpop.

Wednesday 30th September, £5, doors 7.30pm.


The Rocking Chair


Three piece ’60s inspired Brit-mod band from Leeds, who have previously supported the likes of Steve Craddock, The Family Rain and The View. Now branching out on their own UK tour and hitting Sheff this month.

Saturday 12th September, £7 advance, doors 7pm.


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