Sheffield SU reveals lineup for new campus music festival ‘Underpass’
And it’s as Indie as you expected
Fickle Friends will headline a new Sheffield students’ union festival announced today.
“Underpass”, set for Saturday 2 May, will see a host of acts perform at Foundry and surrounding venues.
Indie rock bands Spector and Larkins also feature in the first Leadmill-esque lineup announcement that is sure to uphold a few stereotypes of the Steel City.
Local band The Seamonsters and Patawawa are also set to perform, and a stage will be dedicated to Tuesday Club house music.
SU president Jake Verity, who pledged to launch a music festival in his election manifesto, said he is “really pleased” to see it come to fruition.
“I wanted to also say a huge thanks to all the members of staff who have helped make this possible, it really means a lot and it’s going to be an amazing event,” he added.
It will be open to the public and tickets are now on sale at £15 in the first tier, £20 in tier two and £25 in tier three.
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