The Struts head up our next Mapped Out show

For the fourth round of Mapped Out’s national tour project, indie-rock outfit The Struts play The Harley on 29th May.

Indie rockers The Struts release the Kiss This EP on 7th April. The band mix the flamboyance of Queen with the youthful energy of Supergrass or The Libertines.

A band who proudly refuse to chase the latest trends and fads, The Struts  have built their loyal fanbase through fanatical word of mouth, blistering live shows and stadium-sized hooks.

With superstardom in their sights, The Struts’ lead track Kiss This (7th April Virgin EMI) is a defiant, barbed anthem aimed at a cheating ex-girlfriend that combines a towering chorus and Stones-esque swagger into 3 minutes of classic rock ‘n’ roll.

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Future Islands play Queens Social Club, 5th November

Having recently released their fourth record, the auspiciously-titled Singles, Baltimore’s Future Islands will play Queens Social Club on 5th November thanks to Semi Detached.

See below for the band’s sensational performance on a recent episode of Letterman.

Tickets are onsale now, and are available with no booking fee from The Harley or the Wick at Both Ends.

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We welcome Sheffield non-profit Party For The People

We’re very pleased to announce that Sheffield non-profit Party For The People will now be our go-to guys for Harley Live tickets.

Party For The People supports charitable organisations via ticketing, by giving a portion of all booking fees directly to charity.

We’ve opted to work alongside the brilliant and inspiring Sheffield Mind, meaning that every time you buy a Harley Live ticket, you’ll be helping those with mental health issues from all around the city.

Sheffield Mind is an independent charity set up in 1971 to provide support to people with mental health problems in Sheffield. Offering counselling, one to one support, social cafes, groups and information, the organisation is affiliated with national Mind and work in partnership to support mental health and to challenge stigma about mental ill health.

Alongside other Sheffield Mind projects, we are proud to be contributing towards raising funds to update one of the organisation’s invaluable resources for mental health and well-being in Sheffield, in the form of The Sheffield Mental Health Guide website.

The site is an important tool for people who need to find out about mental health and well-being. It includes sections on how to keep mentally healthy, self-help advice, information about mental health conditions and treatments and where to go to for help. It also contains a searchable database of over 350 services available for people in Sheffield.

Sheffield Mind want to make this invaluable resource easier to navigate, as well as enabling to work on mobile platforms, to include social media and to be entertaining to use.

Booking fees from all tickets sold through our in-house Ticket Shop will go through Party For The People and thus go towards helping Sheffield Mind. As ever, though, booking fee-free tickets are also available to buy in person from The Harley, The Wick At Both Ends and The Old Sweet Shop.

We’ve got tons of events coming up over the next couple of months, so head to our Facebook page for all of the details.

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Two weeks til High Hazels’ EP launch

There’s not long to go until Sheffielders High Hazels take to the Queens stage for the launch party of their new EP In The Half Light. They’ll play the venue on Friday 11th April.

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The band sold out The Harley last time they played, and we’re expecting this one to be busy. Be sure to get your ticket quick if you want in.

We’ll be announcing supports in the next few days, so keep an eye on the Facebook event for all the latest.


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Nozinja (Shangaan Electro) at The Harley

South African producer Nozinja is responsible for some of the most ridiculously exciting, Afro-futurist dance music around. Making dancefloor-igniting rhythms at 190bpm, he and his dance troupe Shangaan Electro are going to take to the Harley stage on Monday 5th May.

Come spend your bank holiday sweating on the Harley dancefloor with us and Banana Hill.

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