Tramlines festival returns for a 7th year and takes place between Friday 24th and Sunday 26th July 2015 at various venues and open spaces across Sheffield.
Headliners Wu-Tang Clan, The Charlatans, and Basement Jaxx , plus Ceiling Demons, Charlotte OC, Erol Alkan, Ghostpoet, Buzzcocks, Sugarhill Gang, Melle Mel & Scorpio, Martha Reeves, West Street Mob, Billy Bragg, Dutch Uncles, Slaves, Jagaara, Marika Hackman, Roman Flugel, Knifeworld, Blanck Mass, Gulf, And So I Watch You From Afar, Hey Sholay, Nai Harvest, Portico, Robyn Sherwell, Shopping, Tropics, Walls, Jimmy Edgar, Kamera, Surgeon, U, Hannah Lou Clark, Kris Wadsworth, Mike Skinner (DJ Set), Rolo Tomassi, Ekkah, Aquilo, Bruising, Diagrams, Ekkah, Furs, GoGo Penguin, Gilles Peterson, A Guy Called Gerald, Basement Jaxx (DJ set), Evian Christ, James Holden, Romare, Billie Black, Blood Sport, Cervo & JVC, Cypria, Formation, GNOD, Henry Wu Duo, Lo Shea, Luca Lozano, Pev n Kowton, MC Serocee, Sumochief, Honeyblood, Kate Tempest, The Moon, Pev n Kowton, Ultimate Painting, Lone Wolf, Hidden Orchestra, Alcest, Bodyjack, Jus Now, Polo, Cleft, and The Slow Revolt.
The latest acts confirmed are Stealing Sheep, Kid Wave, Ezra Furman, Polar Bear, This Is The Kit, Meadowlark, Scott Matthews, The Payroll Union, and Eastern Seaboard Radio Station.
For the line-up details as available see the Tramlines line-up page.
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 Leadmill, Foundry/Fusion, Octagon, o2 Academy, Hope Works, The Harley, Queens Social Club, City Hall, Cathedral, Yellow Arch, The Night Kitchen, Millennium Galleries, and Corporation.
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.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £30. Children aged under 12 years can attend for free.
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.
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