Hot on the heals of yesterday's announcement Tramlines festival which returns for a eighth year between Friday 22nd and Sunday 24th July 2016 has now added Craig Charles, Crazy P Soundsystem, David Rodigan, The Mouse Outfit, Mr Scruff & MC Kwasi, Quantic, Capo Lee, Cervo, Da Rico, Dego, JVC, Last Japan, Logan Sama, Pareidolia, and Rita Maia.
Dizzee Rascal will headline the headline the Main Stage on the opening night. Kelis and co-headliners George Clinton And Funkadelic/Parliament top the bill on Saturday, and Catfish & The Bottlemen and Jurassic 5 will co-headline on Sunday night. Also confirmed are Dawn Penn, Field Music, Goldie, Hinds, Levelz Takeover, Little Simz, Mumdance b2b Pinch, Norman Jay, Paranoid London, Toddla T Takeover, Young Fathers, All We Are, Amy Becker, C Duncan, Dan Mangan, Denis Sulta, FYI Chris, Gwenno, Marquis Hawkes, Matrixxman, Meilyr Jones, Mt. Wolf, Randall, Rukhsana Merrise, Thomas Truax, The Crookes, Blessa, and Trash.
The line-up also includes The Enemy, Jane Weaver, Shining, Basement, Little Comets, Moon Duo, Teleman, Holy Esque, Beaty Heart, Mystery Jets, Gaz Coombes, My Nu Leng & Dread MC, Novelist, Floorplan, Skream, Leon Vynehall, Scuba, Floorplan, Hinds, Leon Vynehall, Skream, Ardyn, Banana Hill, Blessa, Boddika, Coco, Ekkah, ArcTanGent DJs, Clay, Cowtown, NARCS, Toucans, Yndi Halda, Zuzu, exmagician, Fleetmac Wood, Holly Macve, Jasper James, K.O.G & the Zongo Brigade, Kuenta i Tambu, Laura J Martin, Levelz, Miles From Kinshasa, Nice Like Rice, P Money, Pure Bathing Culture, Roseau, Sticky Blood, Sundara Karma, Tom Trago, and Zed Bias b2b Paleman
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.
For the line-up details as available see the Tramlines Festival line-up page.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £42. Children aged under 12 years can attend for free.
The 2016 ticketing system brings with it some changes, with the introduction of Day and Night tickets now making it easier for festival-goers to catch their favourite bands. From £23 +bf, festival goers can opt for a Daytime Ticket, providing access to all outdoor stages and various venues. For fans of dance music of all kinds,a Night-time Ticket is available for £20 + bf, permitting entry to clubs on Friday and Saturday night, or from £5+ bf if Sunday is the night to stay out!
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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