What’s on for Easter in Sheffield
Easter Bank Holiday Weekend is the perfect opportunity to party! There’s not the pressure like Christmas and it’s a long one! So, what is happening at Easter in Sheffield?
It’s a four-dayer and it all kicks off on Good Friday at Yellow Arch in Kelham Island for their beer festival. The iconic venue are hosting their 3rd beer festival with some of Sheffield’s finest breweries include The Brew Foundation! We’ll be there, with great company from Stancill Brewery and Lost Industry Brewing. All good festivals need food and Proove Pizza are doing just that. It’s great value for money as entrance is just £1.50 (pint class included!) and there’s DJs playing funk until ‘late’. More details available here.
Hopefully the weather picks up (not looking likely) as Smo Fo Pit Stop is taking place throughout the weekend at Summit House car park on Eyre Street with BBQ food, craft beer and bands. This pop—up event is the first of what will become a monthly event. They’ve sourced some of the best BBQ going, catering for carnivores and vegans so that nobody goes hungry. Beer is supplied by Sheffield favourites, Abbeydale Brewery, Sentinel and Kelham Island Brewery. Fingers crossed that the weather men are wrong, BBQ is the snow isn’t ideal. More info here.
Remember, Jesus died for this!
Saturday sees the 3rd Canalside Night Market at the Southbank Warehouse. Kicking off at 2 there’s a wide range of food and drink available including a bar dedicated to gin. There’ll also be live music, DJ’s and artists keeping entertainment going until 11pm.
More details here.
Once you’ve eaten your way through your chocolate eggs to get over the hangover, Easter Sunday is all about letting loose and Common People at the Leadmilli ideal for Brit pop and noughties indie fans as hits will be played from 11pm to 4am.
There’s plenty to do for Easter in Sheffield, make the most from the long weekend. Don’t forget to pop in to the Ale Club, we are open all weekend!