Shameless star Maxine Peake - who also played barrister Martha Costello QC in the BBC legal drama Silk and appeared in Oscar winning The Theory Of Everything - will show her musical talents.
The 41-year-old is a Bolton girl but she's highlighting the rich music scene in Sheffield with a late-night gig at Yellow Arch Studios, around midnight, with Electronic act Eccentronic Research Council.
But first the city will turn up the volume with 22 events in what is billed as Sheffield Makes Music all day on Friday, June 3, 2016.
Fun band the Everly Pregnant Brothers, with Unite, the Union’s brass band, will headline in the Peace Gardens, at 8pm.
Reverend and the Makers' frontman Jon McClure is doing an acoustic set in the Winter Garden, at 2.30pm.
The Crookes are amongst other big names playing at City of Makers Gallery, on Charles Street, from 1pm.
Local bands will be busking up and down on the trams, from the University to the train station, with young rockers Liberty Ship getting things rolling at 9am.
Bands will also perform on the Bus Stage, in Barkers Pool - outside Sheffield City Hall - with Barnsley indie newcomers Sundance first up at noon.
Nessun Dorma will be performed from the Town Hall balcony by Gareth Lloyd at 5.15pm followed by CBBC presenter Karim and Woof the dog.
Sheffield rising stars Coco perform at Sadacca, at 9pm.
Shoppers will also be able to bop along to a headphone disco as they shop in the Moor Market.
It is part f the national BBC Music Day, which will see Duran Duran and Laura Mvula live at Eden, Travis and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in concert, live music at 40 iconic bridges, and unique musical celebrations across the UK including a vegetable orchestra led by Shaun the Sheep.
"Sheffield Makes Music is part of the BBC’s national event which will give the city the chance to show off its music heritage with acts to suit all ages and tastes," said a spokesperson.
"The day’s line-up has been made possible thanks to support from the University of Sheffield, Sheffield’s Business Improvement District (BID), Hope Works and Arts Council England.
"It comes shortly after a music report, commissioned by the University of Sheffield which outlined the city’s booming music sector and how Sheffield is well-positioned to be the UK's leading music city."
Barkers Pool: 12pm – 5pm
A varied showcase of Sheffield’s wealth of local musical talent performing outdoors on the Bus Stage.
12.50 - Gramercy Park
1.40pm - Adelphi
2.30pm - Lily Gaskill
3.30pm - Cellar Door Moon Crow
4.20pm - Smiling Ivy
Peace Gardens: 2pm – 9pm2pm - Sheffield Performing Arts2.30pm - Barney Baloney the Magician3.00pm - The Stars Band3.15pm - Sheffield Performing Arts 3.45pm - Trae Mondo4.15pm - Barry Phillips Karaoke5.30pm - Barney Baloney the Magician5.50pm - Barry Phillips Karaoke8.00pm - Unite the Union Brass Band & Everly Pregnant Brothers
Town Hall Balcony: 5:15pm – 5.35pm
When the bells toll at 5.15pm, Nessun Dorma will be performed from the balcony of the Town Hall. Followed by CBBC Presenter Karim and Woof.
5.15pm - Opera on location with Gareth Lloyd.
5.25pm - CBBC presenter Karim & Woof the dog.
Leopold Square: 3pm – 9pm
An exciting fusion of Jazz, Latin, Blues and Soul together with contemporary hits and Pop classics.
3pm - Silver Strings
5pm - Danny Maddocks
7:30 - Crimes Against Taste
Frog & Parrot Division St: 1.30pm – 3.30pm
1.30pm - Andy H DJ set
2.30pm - Sweet Honey Holes
Sadacca: 6pm – 9:30pm
Snap is an active event that uses current popular youth culture to engage with young people.
6pm - MC Nige, DJ Marls & Manic
7pm - Dapz on the Map
7.20pm - DJ Marls & Manic
8pm - Deep Green
8.20pm - DJ Marls & Manic
9pm - Coco
Tamper Sellers Wheel, Arundel Street: 12pm – 4pm
12pm - Sweet Honey Holes
3pm - Dead Slow Hoot
Winter Gardens: 10am – 5pm
Local music fans, musicians and gig goers have contributed hundreds of their favourite music memories and experiences - these will be displayed in the Winter Garden throughout the day.
10am - Extreme Cello
11am - Crimes Against Taste
2.30pm - Jon McClure (Reverend and the Makers) Acoustic Set
5pm - Vivacity
John Lewis: From 11am
11am - Gina Walters
Moor Market: 12 – 5pm
Headphone Disco featuring Sheffield hits past and present
Yellow Arch Studios: From 8pm
An evening of live music and DJ’s curated by DJ Sophie Toes.
8pm - The Third Half
9.15pm - Sieben
10.30pm - The Death Rays of Ardillo
12am - Eccentronic Research Council featuring Maxine Peak
Hope Works: From 12am
Mapping Creativity is a 3D projector mapping art installation and music event in Hope Works Sheffield curated by Lo Shea and part of 2016’s Year Of Making. Dance to the sound of Sheffield musical artists while watching the makings of our makers. Music starts from midnight.
Stagecoach Supertram: From 9am
Expect a Sheffield legend telling you the next stop on the tannoy all the way to Meadowhall! Great local Sheffield bands busking up and down the trams in Sheffield from the University to the train station.
9am - Liberty Ship
10am - Lily Gaskill
11am - Ethryll
12pm - Extreme Cello
1pm - Extreme Cello & Crimes Against Taste
2pm - Crimes Against Taste
The Star Flyer on Fargate: All Day
Listen a little closer and the giant Star Flyer attraction is only playing Sheffield artists’ music.
Sheffield Train Station: From 5pm
Expect a famous voice over the tannoy system in the morning and Choirs & Orchestras in the afternoon. Local music fans, musicians and gig goers have contributed hundreds of their favourite music memories and experiences - these will be displayed in the station throughout the day.
5pm - Voices of the Sheffield of Philharmonic Orchestra
5.45pm - Extreme Cello
6.30pm - Hallmark of Harmony
City of Makers Gallery/ Alt Seen Eye: From 1pm
Walk from Barkers Pool and Sheffield Town Hall to the City of Makers Gallery on Charles Street which will host some of Sheffield’s talented local artists.
1pm - The Crookes (acoustic set)
2.30pm - Jack the Lad
4pm - Laurel Canyons (acoustic set)
City Hall Steps: From 5:30pm
Crimes Against Taste
Ponds Forge Supertram Bridge: From 10:30am
A special live performance on the iconic Ponds Forge Supertram bridge.
10.30am - Hot Soles
Roaming BBC Van
Raucous two-piece Hot Soles are on house band duties for the day, providing ‘aggressive soul vibes’.