The Mulberry hall of fame



In 1976 Punk exploded onto the scene with the likes of The Sex Pistols, Damned, Clash, Siouxsie in the UK & New York Dolls & Ramones etc in USA.

Over the years it has had many different sub genre's Anarcho Punk, Oi/Street Punk, Horror Punk, Ska Punk, Celtic Punk, Hardcore Punk, Pop Punk, Pyschobilly. The list goes on but all have their place and all fly under the banner of Punk Rock!


2015/2016/2017 saw  us put on over 40 different bands of most of these genre's ranging from old school established acts, brilliant newcomers and top tributes plus the return of some favourites too !

Most of these bands have either played some of the biggest Punk festivals around before, or after playing our venue!


Can we do it again in 2018? With over 15 bands already booked up to March, things are looking good! So check out the site, the bands, and most of all the events! Punks not dead, keep it alive!


Also we're now booking for other venues:

Punk / Mod / Ska / Indie & Rock. Any venues interested please use the email at the bottom of the page. Any bands interested in being in our contacts list for available gigs (no charge) get in touch too and if gigs come available for your genre/area we will contact you for your availability.

Check out all of our Past  Events at all our venues

other venues


mixed genres




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February 4th 2018

The "Abuse Your Confusion" Tour

​Kid Klumsy, Suckerpunch, Death to Indie, The Macgregors and 5 Go Mad

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March 3rd 2018

The Warriors, Geoffrey Oi!Cott, Prisoners of War & Murdaball 

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February 10th 2018

Hung Like Hanratty, The Septic Psychos and 3 Stone Monkey

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January 26th 2018

Our 3rd ROUNDABOUT Charity Gig

​Rebel Clash, The Thurmanators     & The Strays

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March 8th 2018

Voodoo Healers European Tour      Plus support TBC

July 21st 2018

Tramlines 4 The Best Punk All-Dayer in Sheffield

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