Yellow Arch Tramlines Fringe Weekend 2018
Friday 20th July - Sunday 23rd July Friday 8:30pm - 4:00am // Saturday 7:00pm - 4:00am // Sunday 1:00pm - 9:00pm
For this years Tramlines fringe weekend, we’ll be throwing two late night parties with a tonne of outstanding bands & live acts from across the UK, as well as top drawer DJs, MCs and sound systems!
Friday / Saturday tickets – £4 early bird / £7 advance
Friday & Saturday combo ticket – £6 early bird / £10 advance
Yellow Arch Cafe Sessions #4
Wednesday 1st August 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Once a month we’ll be inviting a handful of Sheffield’s finest musicians for an intimate acoustic showcase. Taking place in our Moroccan style café bar, the music will be accompanied by a fresh drinks menu, including new cocktails, gins and craft beers.
Be sure to get down early to catch our happy hour offers, including 2x Coronas for £5 & buy 1 cocktail, get the 2nd for £1
Tickets: Free entry
Pow Wow Weekender 2018
Friday 3rd August - Saturday 4th August Friday 9pm - 2am // Saturday 12pm - 6pm day do // Saturday night 9pm - 4am
Friday expect the birth of the Cool Special playing cool rhythms and blues and early mod sounds.
Saturday expect the famous Pop Wow Club playing the biggest and baddest 60’s club sounds.
With resident DJ from Mik Parry, Gav Arno, Mace & Callum Simpson.
AND very special guests Christopher Stukenbrock (Germany) & John Bearchtold (Denmark)
Tickets: Only weekend tickets (£20) are available & Friday day tickets (£10) Email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets
Charlie P Powered by KiAi HiFi
Friday 17th August 8:00pm - 2:00am
Sheffield Vegan Beer Festival
Saturday 18th August 12:00pm - 9:00pm
The Daily Grind Blues & Soul Revue
Thursday 13th September 7:00pm - 11:30pm
Last Decade of Love – Album Launch
Friday 14th September 8:00pm - 11:00pm
The Leadmill Presents: Patawawa
Thursday 11th October 7:30pm - 11:00pm
The year may be little more than a month old but DIY disco/pop trio Patawawa (Rory Lovatt, Sam Wilmot and Beth Garrett) are already making a strong case that 2018 belongs to them. Exploding out of Matlock, Derbyshire the band’s infectious rhythms, glittered guitar riffs and pop nous has already caught the attention of tastemakers including The Line of Best Fit, Clash DIY, The Guardian and NME who featured the band in their ‘100 Best Bands of 2018’ feature.