Tramlines festival returns for a sixth year and takes place between Friday 25th and Sunday 27th July 2014.
Latest additions are Alex Deadman, Allusondrugs, Arjai, Bad Breeding, The Beat, Black Mesa, Black Moth, Blonde, Blood Sport, Blossoms, Blueneck, Braver than Fiction, Brawlers, Bromheads, Cervo, Climates, Clubs & Spades, The Crookes, Cut Ribbons, Dnae and The Indigo Sound Project, The Drop, Fantom48, Father Funk, Foundation, Future Of The Left, Galaxians, Her Name is Calla, The Hosts, Jolta, Juce, Juffage, Kerbdog, Kickflip, KLR, The Lake Poets, Last FM DJ team, Lulu James, My Panda Shall Fly (DJ Set), Nail, Neon Waltz, Norma Jean Martine, Medlar, Pip Mountjoy, Polkadodge, Post War Glamour Girls, Renegade Brass Band, Rolo Tomassi, Rosie Lowe, Sam Vandal, Shabby Doll Records, Smiling Ivy, Songhoy Blues, The Spills, S-Unit, Three Trapped Tigers, Tropic of Youth, Veronica Falls, Where's North, and Whilst.
They join headliners The Cribs, Katy B, and Public Enemy, plus The Toddla T Sound, The Wedding Present, Sister Sledge, Kidnap Kid, Tiga, Toy, Alex Smoke, Deap Vally, Gold Panda, The Gaslamp Killer, Annie Mac, Bo Ningen, Menace Beach, Catfish & the Bottlemen, East India Youth, Maurice Fulton, Luke Solomon, Sky Larkin,and more.
Tramlines gives festival-goers a chance to see established artists alongside up and coming acts, across four outdoor stages and over 70 venues including the o2 Academy, The Leadmill, The Night Kitchen, the Cathedral, Fez Club, Foundry, Fusion, and The Octagon Centre, The Harley, Hope Works, Millennium Galleries, Queens Social Club and Yellow Arch Studios.
The main stage sits on Devonshire Green, whilst public areas like Barker’s Pool will be filled yet again with street theatre, dancers and workshops. The festival will also see the welcome return of free-entry, family-friendly areas including the Folk Forest, the Buskers Bus, and the Weston Park party.
For the line-up details, day and stage splits as available, click here.
Entry this year is priced at £12 for day tickets or £28 for weekend tickets (plus 10% booking fee).
The festival includes stages, venues and themed trails that will take you to every corner of the city. The festival site (Sheffield) is easily reached by the UK road and rail networks.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in Sheffield and the South Yorkshire area.
The festival site is Sheffield city which is easily accessible by road and rail networks. Travel South Yorkshire is lending its support, with schemes to bring visitors in from the outskirts of Sheffield and beyond.
More information will be here when available.
latest on this festival
line-ups & rumours
festival home page
plans to move to Hillborough Park under consideration