Still a relatively young festival on the Sheffield scene, Get Together has come a long way since its first outing in May 2021, where they immediately pulled in names like Self Esteem, Black Honey, Tim Burgess, Dream Wife and Ibibio Sound Machine- not bad for a first year!
In 2022, they stepped it up further taking over five stages at the University of Sheffield, for a Bank Holiday celebration that featured Squid, Confidence Man, The Murder Capital, Goat Girl and many more.
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, plus a pop-up record shop from Spinning Discs.
Beyond music, the festival continues to bring together the very best independent food and drink. 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, with tap takeovers from the likes of Verdant, Deya and Boxcar.
Want a taste of the festival? Taking place at Sheffield University Students' Union, Get Together 2022 was spread across seven stages, with Squid, Confidence Man, She Drew The Gun, The Blinders, and Pip Blom, just some of the talent in the lineup.
All entirely unique and worth a visit in their own right any time of the year, they include industrial event space extraordinaire Peddler Warehouse; legendary music venue, Yellow Arch; Mexicana party spot Pina and Sheffield's epic taproom Heist Brew Co.
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.
Based at 92 Burton Road, Peddler Market showcases the very best street food from across the UK on the first Friday & Saturday of every month. Expect an ever-changing line up of truly mouth-watering traders, alongside top-notch craft beers, freshly made cocktails, live music and art.
Once an Edwardian nuts and bolts factory, Yellow Arch is a creative complex in Sheffield's industrial heartland, which has been providing a unique blend of music production and live performance since 1997. The venue hosts a diverse range of events throughout the year and is known for embracing music and performing arts from all genres.
A lively party spot with Mexicana vibes, Piña owner/founder Joe experienced first-hand the amazing cuisine and culture on a Mexico trip back in 2016, and just had to bring it back to Sheffield. So, expect plenty of (high quality 100% agave-based) tequila, mezcal and, of course, delicious tacos.
Heist have converted this two-roomed old factory into an airy, bright taproom and bar. With Slap & Pickle serving up the grub and arcade games and shuffleboard to go with over 30 beers on tap (plus 100 in cans and bottles), wine, spirits and retro soft drinks - you know this is a place you'll be able to spend some time.
This modern re-imagining of a classic social club, featuring a well-stocked bar, games area with darts or table fussball and canteen-style restaurant serving everything from poutine to classic Sunday roasts.
Alder is a cracking place to hang out. They are a brewery, pub, bar and events space down in Neepsend/Kelham Island, with a unique community spirit, greet beer and friendly vibes.
Recently named one of the World's 51 Coolest Neighbourhoods by TimeOut, Kelham Island has a vibe all of its own. Microbreweries and tattoo parlours; flea markets and flat whites; street food and skateboarding - all surrounded by water and with music at the beating heart..
Sheffield city centre has a load of really great places to explore and a thriving independent scene of shops and restaurants. So make the most of your time here and find out what makes this city so special.
Located on the fringes of the city centre, Castlegate is a bit of an enigma, though it has a pretty prolific past. A short walk down the River Don from Kelham Island, here you can wander through the award-winning urban planting scheme Grey to Green or visit the UK's national cultural centre for videogames, plus much more.
Situated in the heart of Sheffield’s bustling Kelham Island, The Grind Café is an award-winning, independently owned, boutique café and bar, serving expertly brewed coffee, carefully crafted cocktails, tasty treats baked on-site daily, and a delicious menu bursting with flavour.
A place to retreat to, drink great coffee and sample the finest vegan pastries, Gaard Coffee hide is a small and cosy coffee shop tucked away on Burton Road.
Specialising in Sardinian soul food in the heart of Little Kelham, this family run gem delivers an authentic and vast variety of dishes. A beautiful outside seating area is perfect for aperitivos in the sun.
A beautiful repurposed space and cobbled courtyard, combining their passion for heritage with an equal passion for coffee, beer, cocktails, and burgers.
Owned by Oli Sykes, frontman of band Bring Me The Horizon and a passionate vegan, Church is a 100% vegan bar and restaurant in Kelham Island, housed in the historic Osborn Works.
V or V is Sheffield’s first fully meat-free licensed restaurant located on Cornish Street in Kelham Island. Their exciting and ever developing plant based menus use both locally sourced and international ingredients to create familiar dishes with their very own style.
Craft & Dough's innovative artisan pizzas are all made fresh and served alongside the finest craft beers available. They also have a fantastic range of vegetarian, vegan & gluten free options.
Specialising in beer and boa buns, SALT Sheffield is one of the taprooms for Yorkshire brewery. The brewery is named after the pioneering industrialist who built the village that SALT first called home, so it's fitting that their Sheffield brew bar is also based in historic Kelham Island.
Renowned for its quality real ales, traditional pub atmosphere and industrial setting, in the heart of Kelham Island.
Situated alongside the River Don in Kelham Island, The Riverside is the perfect place to indulge in food and drink.
The Depot bakery is an artisan bakery, retail and brunch eatery space in a gorgeous, renovated industrial space. They carefully pair speciality coffee with a range of bespoke baked goods and an inspired brunch menu.
Based at Keham Island Museum, Island is a café by day and bar/eatery by night. From breakfast to brunch and onward to supper, their seasonally-led menu is designed to satisfy your appetite throughout the day, with an enticing selection of classic and contemporary dishes.
The Old Workshop is a fully vegan bar, with all their beers, wines, cocktails and other drinks suitable for vegans, including a constantly changing guest keg beer list.
The largest food hall in the North of England, Cutlery Works is over two floors featuring a mixture of permanent and semi-permanent unique and independent restaurants, communal dining spaces, bars and coffee roasters.