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Event InformationLondon – 31 January, 2017 – Music legend Brian Wilson is currently wowing fans around the globe celebrating the iconic album Pet Sounds, in honour of its 50th anniversary.
Due to phenomenal public demand, Brian will return to the UK to play selected festivals and two special HEADLINE shows at London’s Eventim Apollo on 1st August and at Sheffield City Hall on 2nd August.
Brian will present ‘Pet Sounds’ in its entirety plus Greatest hits for one last time, with Special Guests Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin’.
Brian said; “I’m really happy to be able to come back to the UK and perform Pet Sounds yet again for all our fans. The response from everyone has been amazing and that’s why we decided to come back and play Pet Sounds for one last time. We want to thanks the fans in the UK for all their support, and look forward to playing these shows this Summer. Love and Mercy, Brian.”
Venue Address:City Hall (Sheffield)
Sheffield City Hall
Venue Information:Under 14s to be accompanied by an adult.
Sheffield City Hall is in the heart of the City Centre, opposite John Lewis and at the top of the main high street.
Sheffield\'s Premier Taxi operating with over 750 licensed private hire vehicles. Offering saloons, estates, lady drivers, executive cars and minibuses. To find out more visit www.sheffieldcitytaxis.com or call 0114-2-39-39-39
Exit the M1 at Junction 33 and take the \"Sheffield A630\" exit and follow signs to Sheffield City Centre for the next 5 Miles (A630 becomes the A57).
Follow Sheffield Parkway and on reaching Park Square roundabout, take the third exit onto Commercial St. Follow road for 200 yds and bear left onto Arundel Gate. Continue to the Furnival Square roundabout and take the third exit onto Furnival Gate. Continue to Charter Square roundabout and take the second exit onto Wellington St. Stay in the right lane and turn right at the lights onto Rockingham St. Continue through the next two sets of traffic lights crossing both Division St and West St. Take the next right onto Trippet Lane, then take the first available right and continue through the lights. You will now see the Memorial Hall straight ahead.
Parking - There is limited parking around the City Hall, therefore please refer to the map available from the Sheffield City Council website for locations of public car parks in the city centre. Carver Street, Cambridge Street and Orchard Lane are all within a 2 minute walk from the venue.
For details on parking in NCP sites in Sheffield, please check opening times at www.ncp.co.uk
Please note: Arundel Gate is the only 24hr NCP car park.
Now Open - Q Park Sheffield
There are limited car parking areas for blue badge holders on streets close to the City Hall.
Please note: The John Lewis car park is only available for Sheffield International Concert Season events.
Sheffield City Hall has it\'s own tram stop on both Yellow (Meadowhall to Middlewood) and Blue (Halfway to Malin Bridge) routes.
For more detailed information visit www.supertram.com
Park & Ride Locations - Open: 24 hours
From the North & M1 North - Meadowhall Interchange J34 M1
Open: 06.30 to 19.30, Mon-Sat Exit after 19.30 is permissible with a valid Park & Ride ticket.
From the South - Halfway at the B6053/B6058 roundabout
From North/West - Middlewood access via A6102 Middlewood Road
Central - Nunnery Square - access via A57 Sheffield Parkway
The City Hall lies on several bus routes. For details of the most suitable service from your area, please call the Traveline on 01709 51 51 51.
A number of train companies serve Sheffield station, including East Midlands Trains, offering trains to/from Chesterfield, Derby, Leicester and London. For more information, check out www.eastmidlandstrains.co.uk
0114 223 3741
Disability information:Disabled Access Booking Line: 0114 2 233 752Please call this number if you require a wheelchair position.We welcome guide/hearing dogs at the City Hall.
Accessibility Throughout City Hall
Sheffield City Hall has designated access points for wheelchairs users.