Sheffield's summer of live music continues with Leadmill music trails and two festivals

The UK’s largest reggae festival takes place on Milton Street in Sheffield on August 29th, complete with carnival dances, traditional Caribbean food stalls, pop-up rum stalls and a huge reggae lineup with General Levy, Mad Professor, Mungo’s HiFi + Solo Banton , Sinai Soundsystem and The Marley Revival Experience. Get tickets for the Sheffield Reggae Festival at

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Tram lines in Hillsborough Park, Sheffield, one of the first UK music festivals to return this year, was hailed as a great success

Open-air rock returns to Don Valley with Rockin the Bowl over three days from September 10th to 12th. The line-up includes Doro, Massive Wagons, Skam, Bad Touch, Florence Black, Sons of Liberty, Cats in Space, Hollowstar, Collateral and JOANovArc.

The Sensoria Festival (October 1-9) presents a unique mix of live performances, screenings, installations and exhibitions across Sheffield in a variety of unusual locations through the fall.

No Bounds returns with a fully stocked venue and takes place October 15-17 at the Kelham Island Museum and Hope Works, featuring electronic sounds and music, as well as visual arts, poetry and workshops

Live music returned to the city on a grand scale with Tramlines, one of the UK’s first summer music festivals, marking a milestone for Sheffield and the live events industry.