Now in its seventh year, Tramlines festival will return to Sheffield this July for three more days of music across the cosmopolitan city.
Buzzcocks, Sugarhill Gang, Melle Mel & Scorpio, Martha Reeves, Dutch Uncles, Slaves, Kate Tempest, Billy Bragg and Ghostpoet have all been announced for this year’s Tramlines festivities.
Tramlines will return to multiple venues and outdoor spaces across the city of Sheffield, South Yorkshire from Friday 24 – Sunday 26 July.
Jagaara, Roman Flugel, Portico, Blanck Mass, Gulf, West Street Mob and Knifeworld have also been announced for this year’s festival. Many more artists will be confirmed over the coming weeks.
Tramlines festival director Sarah Nulty made this comment on making the first announcement: “The 2014 lineup was one of our best ever so we knew we’d set the bar high for this year, and we think we’ve done it again with the legendary likes of Buzzcocks and Sugarhill Gang. We pride ourselves on being a ‘discovery’’ festival where people can seek out established talent alongside breaking talent and are excited to share more big and brand-new names for the festival.“
Tramlines festival tickets are on sale now, priced at £30 plus a £3 booking fee.
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