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The Library Stage Announced.

DINA, Pattern + Push & BBC Introducing Takeovers

More Line-Up? Alright then.

Celebrating some incredible up and coming artists from the region and beyond, we are proud to announce this year’s Library stage Line-Up. DINA, Pattern + Push and BBC Introducing have been working hard to bring you some jam packed line-ups across the weekend.

DINA Sheffield’s innovative arts organisation, is presenting Friday on the Library stage with a bold, diverse and inclusive female led line-up from Sheffield and beyond, including Teah Lewis, The Goddess Collective + more. PLUS a headline slot from Big Joanie, London’s female DIY Punk trio whose passionate live shows and punk rock ethos have led to them becoming one of the most talked about bands on the UK live scene.

Pattern + Push will be taking over The Library stage on Saturday with some of the best rappers and singer songwriters in the region. Pattern + Push is a talent competition providing a platform to help emerging talent achieve their goals, encouraging positivity and empowerment through music.

We’ll be welcoming back Tramlines 2021 Apply to play winner Rumbi Tauro who is bringing her own flavour of soulful R&B, Sarinity Jones – winner of 2022 Pattern + Push competition. Plus Sheffield MC and producer Coco who has been steadily championing the grime scene, plus so many more incredible new artists that we are stoked to have join us this year.

Taking care of things on Sunday is BBC Introducing legend Christian Carlisle, who handpicked the 2022 Apply to Play winners from the region Malah Palinka, Otis Mensah, Gia Ford and more! They will be performing across the Sunday with a headline slot from Open Arms fave’s Old Dirty Brasstards who will be performing an Arctic Monkeys Special – expect some Favourite Worst Nightmare classics and a tonne of moshing.

DISCLAIMER: For those who get the wrong idea and jump to conclusions, the real Arctic Monkeys will not be performing. 

 

You can head to the Artist page to find out more about the brilliant performers joining us on The Library this year.

 

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