Whats on March 18′
Hello March! Haven’t we got a cracker of a month for you guys. It’s safe to say we’re in full swing this month! Expect to see this month some brilliant Yellow Arch Presents, beer festivals and great live music.
Friday 10th 10pm
YA. Pres. The Hempolics, Dub Smugglers & Parly B
We’re very pleased to be bringing London’s The Hempolics to Yellow Arch for their live UK tour, alongside some serious support from Manchesters Dub Smugglers and Parly B’s new band, Digital Foundation! Expect all realms of reggae music to be covered, from original roots to modern digital and everywhere in-between!
Full Line Up
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Women of The Seven Hills feat. Before Breakfast
A Celebration of International Women’s Day and the centenary of women’s suffrage. A chance to celebrate the creativity and talent of the women of the seven hills in an iconic Sheffield location.
Before Breakfast ( launching their new E.P.)
From A Window
Emily Jane Stancer
Neighbourhood Voices Women’s Choir.
Friday 9th 10pm
Contort Events Pres. Swingeasy
Get ready to push your inhibitions aside for a night of Swing and Bass, Drum and Bass, and Jungle taking you all the way back to the prohibition. Bringing together acts and artists from around the country to create a truly immersive experience with a line up that won’t disappoint.
1920’s fancy dress is encouraged!
JUST A GIGOLO (Chuffin noise/ Pangaea)
ALI BABA (Swing & Bass)
HALFMAN (Sound Crumpet)
ORGANIK SWINE (Wayward Sounds/ T.S.)
WESTHEAD (Dance Culture UK)
Saturday 10th 7pm
Classic Pop Magazine Pres. Vuromantics / Humbar / Any Other Way / Intervene.
Classic Pop Magazine – “We’ve been hooked”
Louderthanwar – “a charming sophisticated slice of popular fusion”
Exposed Magazine – “shimmering synth textures and giant choruses”
Sunday 11th 12pm
Kick- Ass Women: Making the world more ethical
Join in celebrating women in the vegan community and exploring the connection between feminism and vegan living for a day of talks, delicious vegan food, workshops and stalls. They’e got a great line up of inspiring women to give you an insight into their vegan experiences.
Expect to see:
From running marathons to saving lives by Fiona Oakes of Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary
Running a vegan business by Bright Zine
Motherhood and the dairy industry by Rehana Sara YT
Food as activism by Laura, Pig Out Zine
Poetry reading by Megan White
Friday 16th 11pm
Front & Back Pres. Pearson Sound, Prosumer, & LK / Viers
£12.50 / £15
Front & Back are very VERY excited to be hosting thier first ever party at the Sheffield institution that is Yellow Arch Studios! To make this a night to remember, they’ve enlisted the services of Hessle Audio bossman Pearson Sound, certified house legend and all round badman Prosumer (Potion, Ostgut Ton) and Shall Not Fade donny LK / Viers.
Thursday 22nd 8:30
Cycles of Trio – ‘Cycle-Up Tour’
£7 / £8 / £9
Japan’s hottest jazz-fusion trio are headed on their debut tour of the UK to share their unique brand of uncompromising musical expression. Not for the faint of heart, this outfit of hard-core musicians are guaranteed to take your breath away.
Friday 23rd 8:30pm
YA Pres. The Turbans & Special Guests
The Turbans are an international musical collective bringing together exciting music from traditional near-eastern and eastern-European styles and their own compositions, to create a modern and energetic performance with reverence for its ancient roots.
Saturday 24th 7:30pm
Bringing you an evening of soul, blues and funk, Highway Child are hosting an evening not to be missed. This will be Highway Child as you’ve not seen them before and is not to be missed! Support come from the wonderful acoustic duo of James Taplin and Michael Holmes.
Thursday 29th 7:30pm
The Sisterhood Collective is four original, diverse and independent female songwriters from Leeds. They have come together to celebrate women in music.
Friday 30th 6pm
Yellow Arch Beer Festival #3
We’re back for another beer festival and this time we’re changing things up! We’ll be filling our venue with some of Sheffield’s finest independent breweries and opening our gates on a Friday evening for some late night action. Alongside the breweries, we’ll be offering delicious street food and unique craft stalls, while DJs spin a selection of funky tunes!
Line up to be announced soon
Saturday 31st 9pm
Reggae Take Over Pres. Benny Page meets Parly B
£5 /£8 / £10
To celebrate the release of their forthcoming “Don’t Skylark” EP on Reggae Take Over records, they proudly present the baddest reggae jungle selector and the wickedest raggamuffin vocalist in combination style!
Expect a joyful night of uplifting reggae, jungle, DnB and dub.