Top 5 things to do in Sheffield this weekend
If you are looking for things to do in Sheffield this weekend, look no further! We’ve rounded up the best the city has on offer.
The Great Peak Weekender, 3-5th July
Run by Thornbridge Brewery, Peakender takes place this weekend in the heart of the Peak District National Park and promises to be a weekend full to the brim with craft beer, food and music. As well as showcasing their own range of beers, Peakender will be bringing together a quality selection of British and American breweries. There is also ample opportunity to take part in various countryside outdoor activities. For more information, check out www.thornbridgebrewery.co.uk.
Peddler Night Market, Friday 3rd July 5-10.30pm + Saturday 4th July 2-10.30pm
Back at Arundel Street for the third time this year, Peddler Night Market brings together a veritable feast of street food and craft beer, live music and art. Whether you’re after Cantonese dim sum, pizza or smokey BBQ brisket, Peddler has something to offer every food-lover. And the best bit? Entry is free! www.peddlermarket.co.uk.
Music in the Gardens 2-5th July
In its tenth year, Music in the Gardens is a music festival for those who are looking for a more laidback venue. This year, Paul Carrack, Lindisfarne and The Proclaimers will be taking to the stage. Enjoy an evening picnic along with a pint of Bradfield Brewery real ale and unwind in the evening sunshine. www.musicinthegardens.co.uk.
Allez Allez Sheffield
It’s almost been a year since the Tour de France’s Yorkshire Grand Depart and to mark the anniversary there will be a weekend of activities taking place across the city. The highlight of the weekend is bound to be the second annual Sky Ride taking place on Sunday between 11am and 3pm, following a route from Devonshire Green, down to Endcliffe Park and back into town again. See goskyride.com/sheffieldSkyRide for more.
Worrall Festival and Gala
Held in the picturesque village of Worrall on the outskirts of Sheffield, Worrall Festival is sure to offer a fun-packed, family-friendly weekend of live music and beer. There is something on offer for everyone, with Fargo railroad co. headlining on the Saturday after a whole mix of eclectic live music and entertainment. Entry to the gala is free – see worrallfestival.com for line-up and more.