Sheffield musical duo Hot Soles hope to warm up Christmas shoppers with the first ever live performance in the new Moor Market on Friday (December 13) at 2pm.
They will busk a ‘pop up’ set, raising money for Sheffield’s Roundabout charity which provides shelter, support and life skills to young homeless people.
Hot Soles are a dynamic two piece who have been thrilling live audiences for the past three years, including appearance at European festivals.
They have performed on BBC national radio twice, jammed with the legendary Duane Eddy, played at Tramlines and performed to 20,000 people in Sheffield city centre to honour Jessica Ennis’ homecoming celebrations.
The Moor Market gig will also promote their Hot Soles chrimbo party, with support The Payroll Union and The Ruby Jacks, to be held at Sheffield’s Plug, on Friday, December 20. Doors 7pm.
Presented by 2 Hot To Trot, tickets are £3, £1 booking fee may apply, age restriction is 14-plus. Buy in person or visit www.the-plug.com.