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King No One at Sheffield O2 Academy2 Sheffield

King No One tour dates and tickets
King No-One are a British indie-rock band from York.

King No One will be performing 1 event in Sheffield on Friday 24th September 2021 at the O2 Academy2 Sheffield.

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Fri Sep 24 2021 Sheffield, UK UK
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Address: Sheffield O2 Academy2 Sheffield, 37 - 43 Arundel Gate, Sheffield, S1 2PN
Telephone: 08444772000
Venue Capacity: 2150
The O2 Academy Sheffield is one of many Academy Music Group owned, O2 sponsored venues across the UK, and is also one of the city's most popular live music locations. Created out of a 3million refurbishment of the former Roxy nightclub, it was opened in 2008 with a gig from Reverend and the Makers. Fans also have a smaller O2 Academy Sheffield 2 to catch some of the smaller names on tour, too!