Featuring performances from Toots & The Maytals, The Lightning Seeds, Macka B, Dodgy and many more across two days, the festival is timed to support Sheffield's own Jess Ennis competing for an Olympic medal.
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The main Sheftival action will take place at the Don Valley Bowl, with sporting activities to watch and get involved with taking place in the stadium and at The English Institute of Sport. There'll also be a 48 metre screen showing all the action from the Olympic Games.
The festival will also include plenty of family entertainment including arts and crafts, and a carnival parade for festival goers to take part in.
There'll also be a Jamaican Jerk BBQ, a dance tent bringing together all of Sheffield's leading club brands, a buskers barge, and free ice skating at Ice Sheffield.
Weekend tickets are just £20 or £12 for a day pass, with family tickets for four available at £70.
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