"A legendary venue which nurtured Pulp and the Arctic Monkeys in their early days - The Leadmill"
From indie tunes to classical recitals, there's something here for every music fan…
The Greystones is a traditional community pub with a 'back room' live music venue which hosts everything from folk rock to blues, Americana and jazz. Found on Greystones Road, there are cask ales on tap, bar snacks and gigs the week around. What's not to love?
A funky boutique venue with reputation for putting on the best up-and-coming bands both UK and internationally, The Harley has seen the likes of Anna Calvi, The XX and even the Arctic Monkeys grace its stage. Not content with that, it's also got a brilliant menu of 'big, bad and dangerous' burgers and its own hotel to boot.
Sheffield City Hall
This art deco building is the city's premier venue when it comes to classical music - but that's not all. In addition to regular orchestra and choir performances, there are big names like Russell Watson, folk hero Ralph McTell and even David Essex making appearances.
Yorkshire's largest music venue hosts world-famous bands and singers, with summer's line-up including The Cult, George Michael, Kanye West and Westlife on their farewell tour. With room for 13,000 fans packed into the rafters, the atmosphere (and volume) goes through the roof.
A legendary venue which nurtured Pulp and the Arctic Monkeys in their early days, The Leadmill is a must-visit for indie fans. Marina and the Diamonds and Shed Seven are already on this summer's line-up, and having hosted before-they-were-famous stars such as Coldplay and The Strokes, it's worth going along even if you don't recognise the band's name yet - because you will soon enough.