6 Things To Do In Sheffield This Weekend

DEXT Recordings Showcase ft Hodge // The Hope Works // Mar 4 // £9.00 + booking fee

DEXT recordings are continuing to fly the flag for UK house and techno, bringing their freshest talent to the Harley for a one-off showcase. Headlining the event is Hodge, followed up by Klose One, Lo Shea, Bodyjack, Otik, Haze and newcomer Raffi.



Stone Foundation // Yellow Arch Studios // Mar 4 // £10.00

Ahead of the release of their seventh album, Stone Foundation will be bringing their own brand of majestic soul to the Yellow Arch stage. Garnering the attention of none other than Paul Weller, don’t miss the Modfather-produced album Street Rituals, out on March 31st.


Peddler Market // 92 Burton Rd, Sheffield, S3 8DA // Mar 4 – Mar 5// Free

It’s the first weekend of the month which means Peddler Market is back! This monthly display of the best street food sellers, craft beers, live music and art guarantees crowds aplenty so make sure you turn up early.

Outlines Festival // Multiple Venues // Mar 3 – Mar 4 // £33.00

Here comes the perfect sample weekend to get you in the mood for Tramlines. With 30+ genre-crossing bands playing across 5 venues it’s a must for live music lovers in the Steel City. Featuring the likes of Jagwar Ma and local legends Slow Club amongst many others, there’s something for all tastes. Head here to see our pick of the best local bands playing over the weekend.

The Antics Present: An Evening of Improvised Comedy // The Montgomery // Mar 4 // £6.00

The Antics return with another night of songs and jokes based entirely on audience suggestions. There is no limit, it is entirely up to you to  suggest whatever wild and debauch ideas you can muster up.

Zig Zags (+Support) // The Lughole // Mar 5 // £5.00

One of Sheffield’s most DIY venues is putting on another night of hard rock. After forming in 2010 Zig Zags been peddling heavy thrash-punk that feels like it came from the heart of the 1980s. Along with them are a selection of local bands, Delirium, Strange Bru and LOGS.



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