End of Term Nightlife Guide
We know it’s hard to choose where to spend your final student loan pennies, so we’ve put together a complete guide to the 17 club-nights happening across 9 venues in 9 days. If you make it to all 17 let us know, we’ll give you several pints and a hearty slap on the back. From fresh talent like Tom Blip and J:Kenzo to royalty in Leon Vynehall and Tama Sumo, nearly every night is a tough call. Get debatin’.
Muzik: Green Velvet, wAFF, Second City, Jamie Roy Code Warehouse
Kick off your end of term marathon with the legend that is Cajmere aka Green Velvet. He’s got enough hits in his catalogue for a Greatest Hits compilation and that is saying something if you’re a DJ/Producer. He’s joined by a host of huge deep house giants, from wAFF to Detlef.
Common Ground Theatre Deli
This new charity club-night is an exciting new project down at the new Theatre Deli. They’re aiming to redirect the palpable positivity in Sheffield’s dance music community towards charitable action by throwing the best parties in town. With a load of Sheffield based DJs coming together this is a truly eclectic and family affair, and only £5 on the door.
Fleetmac Wood Bungalows & Bears
NLR: Miami Rice The Harley
Nice Like Rice residents Stevie Risotto and Leroy return to the Harley for their infamous funky shirts night at your favourite pub/club. With disco, house and funk reigning this is sure fire way to kick off your end of exams celebrations with a bang for your buck.
Interworld Media: Label Launch Late Late Foodhall
Another Evening at the Quayside Dorothy Pax
Sweats: Dan Shake The HarleyPunks Warehouse Party: Stanton Warriors The Night Kitchen
The UK’s breakbeat duo legends return to TNK after two years to tear the roof for a Punks takeover alongside fellow label members Mafia Kiss and Sly One. Punks were nominated for a host of Best Label awards back in 2016 and with support from Annie Mac this is sure to bring in the heads and the party people.
Saul’s Sessions: Byron the Aquarius The Harley
Saul’s Sessions’ final booking for the year is Detroit’s latest explosive export, with his extensive jazzy collection of house gathering steam with every release. His DJ sets are full of euphoric yet understated belters, and even sees him tear it up on the keys à la Kerri Chandler.
TTC Summer Carnival Foundry
Tuesday Club polish off one of their finest years in recent memory with a killer carnival packed with fun at every turn. From Redlight’s anthems to the Heatwave’s booty shakin’ bass there’s something for everyone. Reggae, house, drum ‘n’ bass, dubstep, you name it – if it’s bassy and underground TTC have got it on lock.
Deep Sea Disco: Starfish Samba The Harley
Front & Back: Leon Vynehall The Harley
With his third LP Nothing is Still out on June 15th, along with the announcement of a new live band show, Leon Vynehall is heading for super-stardom. Rojus was one of the highlights of 2016, and saw his luscious productions grace the Essential Mix. To have this kind of calibre of DJ in the Harley is quite the luxury for Sheffield and not to be missed.
This inaugural street party has been put together by the Exchange Street Collective and City Council to celebrate the diversity and culture happening on the coolest street in Sheffield. Don’t miss Marek Pacan, a Roma singer who once got 3.5million hits on youtube for his Slovakia’s Got Talent performance. Plot 22, BAL Fashions and Delicious Clam will all be open for after parties featuring PBR Streetgang and more, but be sure to head down here in the day for Otis Mensah, Andy H and much more.HW x PPG: Tama Sumo, Mike Servito, Bradley Zero, LNS, Laksa Hope Works
Hope Works and Pretty Pretty Good collaborate for a massive three-room shindig with only one thing to be expected – variety. From LNS’s bouncing electro to the groovy house of Mike Servito and Tama Sumo there’s plenty of credibility, not to mention the risk-taking of Bradley Zero’s eclectism and Laksa’s punishing techno intentions.
Bluewave x Displace: Preditah, LSB, J: Kenzo, Artificial Intelligence The Night Kitchen
Grime, garage and dubstep heads Bluewave team up with drum’n’bass dominators Displace once again for their Summer Bass Carnival. With huge names in both rooms such as LSB, Preditah and J:Kenzo, the hype levels will be running high. Don’t forget your earplugs!
Summer Social by the Sea Foundry
Good Life: Tom Blip The Harley
After their cracking shin-dig with Crazy P, Good Life bring Blip Discs label don Tom Blip to the Harley for a ‘Paradise Disco’. Expect tons of decor a la Paradise Garage – aka a giant mirror-ball DJ booth.
GT x TNK: Moxie, Cromby The Night Kitchen
Peace in the Arch Yellow Arch Studios
Get down to YAS for the official Peace in the Park after party featuring 3 rooms of Sheffield’s finest bands, DJs and MCs from 8 ’til late. With PITP hitting its 15th year this will be the perfect stop-off following a fine day of vibes on the Ponderosa before heading to the Peaks for Peace in the Dark.
Mango Disco: DJ Tahira BAL Fashions
Sheffield’s leading world music specialists bring this Brazilian Exchange Street for his debut. Expect house, hip-hop and disco packed with Latin American samples and influences as well as an all-vinyl b2b set from Alex del Mango and DJ Mojo.
For our full nightlife listings, head to exposedmagazine.co.uk/listings-homepage.