The headliners and more have been revealed for Tramlines Festival, which returns to Hillsborough Park in Sheffield at the slightly later weekend of Friday 31st July to Sunday 2nd August 2020.
Heading up the Friday is Ian Brown, who is joined by The Kooks, Pale Waves, La Roux, The Pigeon Detectives, The Big Moon, The Lathums, The Blinders, Kawala, The Hara, Full Colour, Patawawa, and Children Of The State.
Saturday has Catfish & The Bottlemen as headliners, joined by DMA's, Dizzee Rascal, The Sherlocks, Lucy Spraggan, The Magic Gang, Fickle Friends, Twisted Wheel, Vistas, Lauran Hibberd, Aaron Smith, Lucia and the Best Boys, Abbie Ozard, Sheafs, and Everly Pregnant Brothers.
The final headliner brings you Sunday Madness, plus there's The Hives, The Fratellis, Sister Sledge, Sundara Karma, Easy Life, The Snuts, The Orielles, The Reytons, Bedroom High Club, and Clear Vinyl.
Tramlines features five stages of music, comedy, performance, art, and handpicked food and craft ales. There's more to be announced.
Tramlines Festival Operations Director, Timm Cleasby commented, "I'm proper excited for us to bring this line up to Sheffield. Big names for Sheffield's biggest party. Gettin' the F.E.A.R. with Ian Brown on Friday Night, right through to Sunday Madness, It Must Be Love. With some of Yorkshire's finest bands too, I Hate To Say I Told You So, but it's going to be Bonkers. See you in the park."
Tickets are on sale currently priced at £99.50 for the weekend.
Under-12s: FREE but need ticket.
Day tickets also available.
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