Sheffield City Hall: Ronan Keating and Luther Vandross tribute act among big names performing next week

Sheffield City Hall will be playing host to three iconic individuals next week with appearances from a 90s pop legend, a great explorer and a tribute act to a Grammy award-winning artist.

Ronan Keating

90s pop legend Ronan Keating is finally getting his UK and Ireland tour underway after two years of pandemic-related delays.

The former Boyzone frontman and successful solo artist will appear at Sheffield City Hall next Tuesday, June 28, and will be singing a number of classics from both his boyband days and his solo career.

Ronan Keating. The former Boyzone singer is coming to Sheffield as part of his long-delayed tour.

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    Sir Ranulph Fiennes

    Sir Ranulph Fiennes, dubbed the “world’s greatest living explorer” by the Guinness Book of Records, will be bringing his Living Dangerously Tour to Sheffield City Hall on Wednesday, June 29.

    Sir Ranulph Fiennes. The legendary explorer is coming to discuss his life and adventures with his Sheffield audience.

    Sir Ranulph made his name by dedicating his life to chasing adventure and risked life and limb on a number of his expeditions.

    In his new tour, he will be discussing his life and adventures with the audience, from his early years to the present day and his current projects.

    Luther Vandross tribute

    Luther Vandross. Tribute, Harry Cambridge, and his 10-piece band are touring as a celebration of Vandross' talents

    A top tribute performer for Grammy award-winning artist Luther Vandross performs in the Oval Hall of Sheffield City Hall on Thursday, June 30, on a celebration tour of his illustrious career.

    Harry Cambridge will be performing a number of Mr Vandross’ greatest songs in the show, which is aptly titled “Luther”.

    Tickets for all of the performances can be bought on the Sheffield City Hall website here.