Tramlines set to return to Sheffield this July

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One of the UK's largest city based music festivals, Tramlines, is set to return to Sheffield from 23rd-25th July. With a killer line up announced, absolutely chock full of indie favourites old and new, it’s no wonder tickets have already sold out.

Boasting the accolade of ‘Best Metropolitan Festival’ in the 2019 UK festival awards, Tramlines is set for another show stopping weekend, and it’s much needed.

Headline acts The Streets, Royal Blood and Richard Ashcroft will be taking over the weekend backed up by some of the best acts the UK has to offer. From Dizzee Rascal and Jake Bugg, to queen of the kitchen disco herself Sophie Ellis Bextor, there is literally something for everyone.

Ever the support of up and coming newcomers from the Yorkshire and the north, ticket holders are set to enjoy the speedy riff fuelled stylings of The Reytons, Manchester’s favourite alt punks The Blinders and beachy indie pop from the one and only Abbie Ozard.

While tickets have been in high demand, with most loyal Tramlines fans rolling over their 2020 tickets - the waiting list is still available. For full details see: