Tramlines - CANCELLED 2020

Friday 31st July to Sunday 2nd August 2020
Hillsborough Park , 70 Broughton Rd, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S6 2AS, England MAP
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accommodation
£99.50 weekend (sold out); Fri & Sun day tickets available
daily capacity: 30000
last updated: Mon 11th May 2020

cancelled


This festival has been cancelled. Organiser's statement.

Tramlines 2021.

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Tramlines festival will return to Hillsborough Park, Sheffield from Friday 31th July to Sunday 2nd August 2020.

Line-up

Acts include Catfish & The Bottlemen, Ian Brown, Madness, The Kooks, DMA's, The Hives, Pale Waves, Dizzee Rascal, The Fratellis, La Roux, The Sherlocks, and many more. There's more to come.

For the details as available please see the line-up page.

Tickets

Tickets are on sale currently priced at £99.50 for the weekend (sold out)
Day tickets also available, currently: Friday: £45; Saturday £60 (SOLD OUT); Sunday £50.
Under-12s: FREE but need ticket. 

More Info

Tramlines has a Bronze Award for Access from 'Attitude is Everything', who aim to improve deaf and disabled peoples' access to live music.

The festival includes a comedy stage, Speakers Corner with poets, spoken word and rappers, pop-up cinema, kids and family area.

Into The Trees has kids and family friendly entertainment programmed throughout the day, including a pop-up cinema, woodland workshops, and a circus school with a tight wire, juggling and acrobatics.

This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in Sheffield and the South Yorkshire area.


More information will be here when available.



Friday 31st July to Sunday 2nd August 2020
Hillsborough Park , 70 Broughton Rd, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S6 2AS, England MAP
find nearby
accommodation
£99.50 weekend (sold out); Fri & Sun day tickets available
daily capacity: 30000
last updated: Mon 11th May 2020


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