So much happens in Sheffield every week! This is our comprehensive event listing page for every single event that gets submitted to our website, from small workshops and community events to international sporting fixtures and citywide festivals.
So if you're looking for something specific, please use the filter tags and date search below, to narrow the event listings for what you'd really like to see/find. Alternatively, visit our What's On page for seasonal highlights and roundups of the bigger events happening in Sheffield.
Artist, Christopher Jarratt, will be showcasing a wind-powered sculpture at Ecclesall Woods throughout March. HOPES/FEARS invites us to reflect on the conflicting emotions people have been dealing with personally, socially and in our relationship to the natural world.
Why not join Strange Britain on the streets of Sheffield for an evening of Ghost Stories?
Taking place 1 - 2 March, the Reframing Symposium aims to collectively address how to progress mountain biking in the UK past some of the challenges that currently exist and make the sport a better, safer, more sustainable and fun space for all.
Head to Pollen Market and join DC Outdoors for an urban Canoe Taster experience at the nearby historic Victoria Quays in Castlegate on Sunday 17 March.
Take to the water and join DC Outdoors for an urban SUP experience (stand-up paddle boarding) at Sheffield's historic Victoria Quays. There are multiple weekend session dates available to book throughout March.
An interactive audio walk with music from Liz Hanks’ album ‘Land’, taking place on Sunday 3 March.
A guided linear walk exploring the history of Burngreave, taking place on Monday 4 March.
Cycling is amazing and Sheffield Cycling 4 All are making it accessible for everyone, with their weekly programme of cycling sessions running at Hillsborough Park throughout March.
In celebration of CPRE Peak District and South Yorkshire centenary, they would like to invite you to help repair the dry stone boundary wall at Haythornthwaite Wood near Dore on Thursday 7 March.
A short, circular guided walk led by local historian, Les Seaman, taking place on Thursday 7 March.