The Sheffield Arena was opened by the Queen in 1991 and was initially used to host the World Student Games. Since then it has gone on to host many of the world's biggest music acts including U2, Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen, Robbie Williams and Beyonce among others. This versatile arena offers a capacity ranging from 3,500 (for theatre-style shows) to 13,500 (for larger productions).
International Supercross and Endurocross events are also hosted at the Sheffield Arena, which involves turning the arena into a giant dirt track. The Sheffield Arena is currently home to the Sheffield Steelers ice hockey team, who play in the Elite Ice Hockey League.
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Fri 27th Oct - Sat 28th Oct
Little Mix will be back touring the UK's arenas in the autumn of 2017. Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall will perform live at Sheffield Arena on 27th and 28th October during the Glory Days Tour.
Sat 4th Nov - Sun 5th Nov
John Bishop makes a welcome return to stand-up comedy in 2017 with his fifth UK tour. The comedy superstar will perform live at Sheffield Arena on 4th and 5th November as part of his new 'Winging It' UK tour.
Thu 30th Nov - Sat 2nd Dec
Good Mourning Mrs Brown returns for its first full UK arena tour in 2017. This hilarious show, starring Brendan O'Carroll and Mrs Brown's Boys, will be performed at Sheffield Arena from 30th November to 2nd December 2017.
Saturday 23rd June 2018
Michael McIntyre returns to the stage in 2018 with a brand new stand-up show. Britain's biggest comedian will perform live at Sheffield Arena on Saturday 23rd June as part of his Big World Tour.