It might be September, but it suddenly feels warmer again – and Summer in The Outdoor City continues to provide plenty of opportunities to enjoy Sheffield in all it’s glory. We’re steadily building up of course to the huge city premiere of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie on Friday 17th – more on that next week, but click here if you can’t wait until then.

In the meantime… there’s culture and heritage and activity galore in the brilliant Sheffield Walking Festival and a return of The Castlegate Festival (including the Delicious Clam Canal Party) – both of which take place in conjunction with Heritage Open Days and run from 10 -19 September. You’ll also find that the Nether Edge Festival kicks off on Saturday 11, running through to Sunday 19.

If that doesn’t wear you out, then maybe you need something harder – Rockin the Bowl might be your thing, smashing Don Valley Bowl from 10 – 12 September and help you blast some cobwebs away. There’s also more live music happening in Leopold Square over the same weekend, and Sidney & Matilda are hosting the Lift Up festival of musicians from across Yorkshire.

For some fun on two wheels you can head over to the Fox Valley where Trek Cycles are hosting a Festival of Cycling on 11 September. Or if you fancy taking a seat that doesn’t need pedals, enjoy a Sheffield story on a Sheffield stage with Operation Crucible, running to 25 September, or head to watch a free screening of the brilliant Almost Famous at Church – Temple of Fun on Wednesday 8 September.




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