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Get Together Festival marks third year with Divorce, Luxury Goods, Friendly Fires and more

The vibrant, multi-venue city festival is back. Hosted by various independent spaces in Kelham Island, the third edition could be its best yet.

In just over a month, Get Together Festival marks its return to Sheffield. Bigger than ever, it's back with a change of location for its third edition on Saturday 20 May. With a natural shift away from the University of Sheffield, the programme will now take place in the heart of Kelham Island across various independent bars, breweries, studios and warehouses.

Showcasing some of the best new music, the all-day event will feature a line-up packed with alternative, indie and psych-rock. There’ll be sets from CMAT, Panic Shack, THE GOA EXPRESS, Luxury Goods, Heartworms, Pale Blue Eyes, Sister Wives, Divorce, Ziyad Al-Samman, headliners Friendly Fires and more. Whether you’re seeking established acts, local bands or up-and-coming performers, there looks to be something for everyone.

If you want to dance all through the day and night, the festival has you covered too, with several DJ sets from daytime to night from the likes of Gut Level, Somewhere Soundsystem and Queer House Party.

Get Together is also shining a light on Kelham's independent spaces, including Yellow Arch Studios, Peddler, Neepsend Social Club, Piña, Heist Brew Co and more.

Alongside music, the festival brings a pop-up record shop courtesy of Spinning Discs, the Kelham Beer Mile presented by Kelham Island Brewery and the Purity Brewing Co, and the Peddler Food Village, hosting delicious food choices.

What better way to spend a Saturday in May?

Access info for Get Together Festival venues

Peddler Warehouse - The venue is on the ground floor with no steps and an accessible toilet available.

Heist Brew Co
- Level access and wide doors, and all public areas are accessible. Digital copies of menus are available.

Yellow Arch
- Access to venue and courtyard is at street level, with an accessible toilet and no stairs or lifts required.

Alder - Venue is fully accessible, with a ramp and disabled toilets.

Neepsend Social Club - Access is all on one level, with disabled toilets at the back of the venue.

Get Together Site Map
by Sahar Ghadirian (she/her)

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