The Kooks, DMA’s, Blossoms, Dizzee Rascal, Tom Walker, Pale Waves, The Pigeon Detectives, Little Simz, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Mahalia, Everything Everything, Jack Bugg, The Sherlocks, The Fratellis, Sundara Karma, Alfie Templemen, The Blinders, The Hara, The Lathums, Georgia, Lucy Spraggan, The Magic Gang, Vistas, Lauran Hibberd, Deco, Abbie Ozard, Everly Pregnant Brothers, The Big Moon, Holly Humberstone, The Snuts, Fickle Friends, The Reytons, Baby Queen, Biig Piig, Before Breakfast, Bloxx, Lottery Winners, Shelley Byron & The Poison Sheep.
Taking place at Hillsborough Park, Sheffield from Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th July
With a large number of ticket buyers for the postponed 2020 event retaining their tickets, only a very limited number of Weekend tickets will be available, currently priced at £130 (+bf). Day tickets for Tramlines will be priced from £45 (+bf) and can be purchased alongside other ticket options from www.tramlines.org.uk. The final batch of Weekend and Day tickets will be on sale on Friday 30th April at 12pm. Sign up for ticket alerts here: http://bit.ly/TL21Tickets
As ever, Tramlines welcomes a slew of talent from across its home city and the Yorkshire regions. The ever popular four-piece The Sherlocks join the bill whose impressive credits include being the first unsigned band after the Arctic Monkeys to sell out the legendary independent venue, the Leadmill. The ever-cherished singer and songwriter Lucy Spraggan who’ll deliver her folk pop signature style as seen on album number five released in 2019 and on her recent quirky cover of The Proclaimers ‘500 Miles’. This comes alongside the heavy, fast-paced indie sounds of The Reytons, the loud punk sounds of The Blinders, andSheffield favourites the Everly Pregnant Brothers renowned for their amusing spoof numbers. Other local and upcoming acts include Biig Piig, Before Breakfast, SHEAFS and Bloxx.