We're once again delighted to be recognised as an official fringe stage for Sheffield's annual music festival Tramlines and we're bringing some of the best jazz, swing, folk and blues acts to the city centre venue.
Nick Yates from Leopold Square commented:
"The festival is such a fantastic weekend and creates a buzz across the whole city, and we're delighted to be once again be part of The Fringe at Tramlines. It allows the festival to cater for every musical taste, and for all those that are fans of swing, soul, funk, jazz and blues, Leopold Square is the place to be. We're looking forward to welcoming everyone along."
Live music at The Square: Lindsay Dracass
Since representing the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2001 with her song 'No Dream Impossible', Sheffield-born Lindsay has had a notable career.
Live music at The Square: Dizzy Club
Requiring no introduction, Sheffield's King of Swing, Mr John Naylor returns to The Square with The Dizzy Club and his band of first class musicians.
Live music at The Square: Carioca Soul
Inspired by the music of Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66, Carioca Soul is a new project from pianist, musical director and composer Wayne Pollock.
Summer of free live music coming to an end for 2022
Our summer of free live music will come to a close for 2022 at the end of September, but not before some amazing artists perform every weekend throughout the month.
Renowned house music songwriter coming to Leopold Square
Renowned house music singer and songwriter Steve Edwards will be performing as part of our summer of live music on Saturday 6th August 2022 between 2pm and 4.30pm.
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