Leadmill to host free weekend of music in Tudor Square
28 July 2021
The Leadmill, University of Sheffield and Yellow Bus Events are proud to announce 'Leadmill in the Square', a weekend of free, outdoor live music performances 7 - 8 August 2021, taking place in Tudor Square as part of Sheffield's 'Summer in The Outdoor City' programme.
Following on from the huge success of Sheffield Theatres initial 'Together in the Square' event at the end of June, there will be a mixture of live music taking place over the course of the weekend, with events running from 12pm - 8pm on Saturday 7 August and 12pm - 4pm on Sunday 8 August.
The Leadmill have programmed back-to-back performances, featuring a hand-picked selection of the iconic venues absolute 'ones to watch,' as well as a number of fantastic street artist performers.
As part of the sensational lineup curated by the live team at The Leadmill, the venue have a wealth of musicians representing the exciting diversity in artists and genres that make Sheffield's music scene so compelling.
Artists performing include; vocalist, songwriter and musician Nørskov (semi-finalist on The Voice UK 2021); lo-fi pop band Shelley Byron & The Poison Sleep (also performing at this year’s Tramlines festival); singer-songwriter Nat Short; alternative-pop girl band Potpourri; 17 year-old singer-songwriter Daisy Peacock; retro-pop band Minds Idle, and acoustic guitarist and vocalist Jacob Oldroyd.
The days are completely FREE to attend and welcome to anybody passing by. If you fancy staying for a few performances, you'll be able to grab a seat in the square, either on the deck chairs or communal bench seating, with drinks available to purchase from The Crucible Corner venue. Head to The Leadmill's website here for full line up information: https://bit.ly/LITS-2021