Gilles Peterson, A Guy Called Gerald, Basement Jaxx (DJ set), Evian Christ and James Holden lead the latest acts for Tramlines has been announced as Wu-Tang Clan who lead the latest round of acts unveiled for the festival which returns for a seventh year between Friday 24th and Sunday 26th July 2015 at various venues and open spaces across Sheffield.
The new additions join a bill that already features headliners Wu-Tang Clan, The Charlatans, and Basement Jaxx , plus 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, Honeyblood, Kate Tempest, The Moon, Pev n Kowton, Ultimate Painting, Lone Wolf, Hidden Orchestra, Alcest, Bodyjack, Jus Now, Polo, Cleft, and The Slow Revolt..
On the new announcements, Tramlines festival director Sarah Nulty said, "We are very excited to add even more fantastic and diverse artists to the bill. We want to ensure that the night at Tramlines is a strong as the daytime. We almost have a continual run of music for 24 hours a day, and with all this in store, we expect people will be getting very little sleep this year."
For the line-up details as available see the Tramlines line-up page.
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.
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