The Sheffield Leadmill is auctioning off memorabilia to help staff affected by coronavirus crisis - EpicNews

Owners of The Leadmill in Sheffield are auctioning off a number of gadgets of memorabilia to help pay staff wages through the coronavirus crisis.

The gadgets embody a customized guitar comprised of the Leadmill dance flooring, signed by Arctic Monkeys and a signed George Ezra vinyl.

A spokesperson instructed The Star: “We’ve been lucky sufficient to maintain on to a great deal of actually cool gadgets over time however given the tough instances we’re in, we’ve determined to promote these on to help cowl staff wages.

“We appreciate all your support throughout this time Sheffield. Reading the comments from you today has made a stressful time that little bit easier to get through.”

The spokesperson added that the venue is nonetheless open for enterprise and all occasions are nonetheless going forward until in any other case marketed.

Meanwhile, The Cat Empire recently announced a new initiative, Lockdown Get Down, that goals to help musicians generate earnings by directing music followers towards streaming companies.


Representatives of the band mentioned Lockdown Get Down is “intended to drive music lovers toward streaming more of their favourite artists during the lockdowns that people are facing across the planet due to the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys are rumoured to be planning a string of huge shows in Sheffield next year.

Promoters SJM have given discover of a license software for 3 reveals between June 4-6 2021 within the metropolis’s Hillsborough Park – with particulars of the occasion being posted on the park gates.