Level 42

Special Guests Johnny Hates Jazz

Monday 01 November 2021, 19:30 PM


Latest Coronavirus Update

Welcome Back to Sheffield City Hall! We look forward to seeing you!

Things may be a little different when you return so we wanted to let you know what will be in place for your visit

This is a rescheduled date from Sunday 18 October 2020. All original tickets are valid for this new date. Many thanks, SCH 


Monday, 01 November 2021




£37.40 & £43

Approx. running times:
Doors: 7pm
Act 1: 7.50pm
Act 2: 9pm
Curfew: 11pm

Level 42: From Eternity to Here

Special Guests Johnny Hates Jazz

Oval Hall | Sheffield City Hall

This is a rescheduled show from October 2020. Original Tickets remain valid for the new November 2021 date. 

2019 proved to be another very busy year for Level 42 with the guys playing 20 festivals from Quebec to Russia, Denmark, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, and the UK, so the band could be forgiven for wanting to take things a little easier after 39 years in the saddle. 
“No way!” says bassist and front man Mark King; “Touring with the band this year has been about as much fun as I can remember having had on the road, and If you had asked me back in 1980 if I thought we would be selling out theatres around the world when I was sixty years old I probably would have laughed! Hand on heart, this year has been AMAZING. Re-invention can be a wonderful thing!”

2020 will see the From Eternity To Here Tour as the guys take to the road with a string of festivals and concerts already in the diary. To date the band and Mark have released 14 studio albums, 7 live albums, the 'Sirens' EP, and 6 compilation albums, had 18 top 40 singles, including 'Lessons in Love', 'Something About You', 'Leaving Me Now', 'Running in the Family', and 'Hot Water', sold out Wembley Arena for a total of 21 nights and sold in excess of 30 million albums worldwide.

In short they have proven to be one of the most successful British bands of the 1980’s, and with the recent re-issues of the bands vast catalogue on Universal Music, and the ‘Collected’ series on CD and Vinyl, it is clear they continue to be a benchmark for British Jazz Funk at the highest level.

Support comes from Johnny Hates Jazz.