Now into its third edition, Get Together has earnt a reputation as one of the best festivals for original and independent music, art, food and drink. And this year looks to be bolder and braver than ever before.
For 2023, this multi-stage festival has a new Sheffield home and will be relocating to take over the vibrant warehouses, breweries, studios and bars of Kelham Island & Neepsend.
Taking place on Saturday 20 May across 10 stages, the 2023 lineup so far includes: Friendly Fires, CMAT, Hamish Hawk, H. Hawkline, James Righton (of Klaxons fame) Sister Wives, Divorce, Cathy Jain, the Goa Express, Ziyad Al-Samman, plus many more.
The new festival site also allows Get Together to go late into the night, with DJ sets from the likes of Raw Silk, Queer House Party, Gut Level and Heavenly Jukebox just for starters.
This year festival-goers will be spoilt for choice with a bangin' selection of street food specially curated by Peddler, while the rejuvenated Kelham Island Brewery will ensure the craft beer keeps flowing, as they welcome some of the best breweries in the country for The Kelham Beer Mile.
Tickets for Get Together 2023 are on sale now here.
For 2023, Get Together have recruited some of Kelham Island & Neepsend's best venues to create a multi-stage festival experience like no other.
Having opened just last year, Neepsend Social Club and Canteen and quirky microbrewery bar Alder, may be newcomers to the scene but they've quickly established themselves as local favourites too and will be great additions to the Get Together circuit.
From the best new bands, pop artists, electronic outfits, singer/songwriters and more, there's something for all music fans.
In 2008, Friendly Fires released their debut self-titled album, which saw them explode overnight. Now, 15 years on, the band are returning and Get Together will offer fans a chance to hear anthems like ‘Jump in The Pool’, ‘Paris’ and ‘Skeleton Boy'.
They will be joined by over 40 other artists, including Dublin’s CMAT, who follows the likes of Self Esteem and Confidence Man, in bringing her giant pop songs to the Get Together main stage.
Also joining the line-up is 6 Music favourite, Hamish Hawk. Having sold out tours across the UK and critical acclaim for his 2021 debut album ‘Heavy Elevator’, the Leith singer is back with ‘Angel Numbers’.
The festival has gained a reputation for being a home for brand new music, and this year’s line-up sees the likes of Panic Shack, Antony Szmierek, THE GOA EXPRESS and Prima Queen take to one of the 10 festival stages. There are familiar names within the line-up too, with James Righton of nu-rave originators Klaxons, also in the mix.