Get up close and personal with prog-rock star Neal Morse in Sheffield

After an successful world tour in 2017 supporting The Neal Morse Band’s latest album The Similitude of a Dream, Neal is embarking on an up close and personal solo acoustic tour spotlighting some of the music behind his new singer-songwriter album, Life and Time.

The Church.

Church fans to worship in Sheffield

Psychedelic rockers The Church may be nearly 40 years old, but things remain exciting.

The East Pointers. Picture: Jen Squires.

East Pointers way to Sheffield show

Award-winning Canadian trio The East Pointers bring their “energy-fuelled show” to Sheffield’s Greystones next week fresh from the release of single Two Weeks.


Belly make peace ahead of new album Dove and Sheffield show

Alt-rockers Belly blazed a trial in the 1990s with tracks such as Feed the Tree, Now They’ll Sleep and Seal My Fate.

5 Seconds of Summer.

5 Seconds of Summer set for winter show in Sheffield

Following the completion of their 5SOS3 global tour, 5 Seconds of Summer have announced details of their Meet You There winter tour, which includes a date in Sheffield.


Brotherly dance duo Orbital return with new album and Sheffield show

British electronic dance music legends Orbital have announced the release of new single Tiny Foldable Cities as well their first new album in five years and a UK tour.

Lindi Ortega.

From Canada to Sheffield via Nashville for singer Lindi Ortega

Nashville-based Canadian country singer-songwriter Lindi Ortega arrives in Sheffield this week following the release of latest album Liberty.


South Yorkshire dates as UB40 celebrate 40th anniversary

As part of their 40th anniversary celebrations, British reggae stars UB40 will release their first new studio album in five years in September, before embarking on an nationwide 40-date UK tour next year, which includes two shows in South Yorkshire.

Flogging Molly.

Face to Face set to fuel Fireball show in Sheffield

Tickets for the third annual Fireball – Fuelling The Fire tour are now on sale.

Gary Barlow.

Could Gary Barlow’s solo Sheffield show be magic?

Take That star Gary Barlow brings his sell-out solo UK tour to Sheffield next week promising a mix of solo tracks, Take That hits such as Could It Be Magic? and Greatest Day and other covers.

WIN tickets to see Taylor Swift

WIN tickets to see Taylor Swift

Global megastar Taylor Swift is returning to the UK for her Reputation tour - and your Standard has a pair of tickets up for grabs.

Lionel Richie. Photo by Alan Silfin.

Lionel Richie prize tickets - your last day to enter

Would you like to see international superstar Lionel Richie and very special guest Anastacia performing live at the Proact Stadium in Chesterfield?

Indie-rockers Peace. Picture: Jonnie Craig.

Peace set to break out at Sheffield’s Leadmill

Indie-rockers Peace are back with their latest album and headline tour.

Reverend & The Makers.

Reverend of Sheffield returns with headline dates

Sheffield “rock’n’roll radicals” Reverend & The Makers have announced a trio of headline shows later this year.


Terrorvision warming up to destroy Britrock in Sheffield

Veteran rockers Terrorvision – of top-five singles Tequila and Perseverance fame – arrive in Sheffield tomorrow for a special “exclusive” warm-up show.

Hannah Sanders & Ben Savage.

South Yorkshire dates for folk duo Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage

Huddled around a single microphone, singing intimate duets, Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage are a folk duo who look and sound classically timeless, yet feel refreshingly unique. 

Sarah Munro.

Stars hail Sarah Munro ahead of Sheffield show

“There’s some real raw talent here - expecting big things from her in the future.”

Tom Bailey.

Thompson Twin Tom Bailey back with new album and Doncaster performance

Former Thompson Twin Tom Bailey has announced details of his long-awaited debut solo album ahead of ashow in South Yorkshire.

Dave Wakeling, frontman with legendary ska-poppers The Beat.

Here we go – Dave is happy to march to sound of The Beat again

From the late Seventies into the early Eighties, The Beat were one of the biggest bands around.

Wayne Hussey. Picture: Paul Grace.

Wayne Hussey on a birthday Mission to Sheffield

Wayne Hussey is taking a break from his day job as leader of British rock band The Mission, to play a handful solo shows on his Aniversário Tour – including a date in Sheffield.

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