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Jam-packed line up announced for Tramlines 2021 Festival

Tramlines Festival

Jam-packed line up announced for Tramlines 2021 Festival

The line-up for the much anticipated Tramlines 2021 festival in Sheffield has been announced following the postponement of the event last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The South Yorkshire city’s biggest outdoor music festival will welcome an array of acts this year, from music legend Richard Ashcroft to Manchester’s Pale Waves.

Taking place at Hillsborough Park from Friday 23 July to Sunday 25 July, the line-up will be as follows:

Friday 23 July

The Streets, The Kooks, DMA’s, Pale Waves, Jake Bugg, The Pigeon Detectives, Sophie Ellis Bextor, The Slow Readers Club, Alfie Templeman, The Blinders, Red Rum Club, The Hara, Bedroom High Club, The Rooves, Shelley Byron & The Poison Sleep

Saturday 24 July

Royal Blood, Blossoms, Mahalia, Little Simz, The Sherlocks, The Lathums, Georgia, Lucy Spraggan, The Magic Gang, Biig Piig, Vistas, Lauran Hibberd, Bloxx, Deco, Abbie Ozard, Everly Pregnant Brothers & Before Breakfast

Sunday 25 July

Richard Ashcroft, Dizzee Rascal, Tom Walker, Everything Everything, The Fratellis, Sundara Karma, The Snuts, The Big Moon, Holly Humberstone, The Reytons, Fickle Friends, Lottery Winners, Baby Queen, Chubby and the Gang, Phoebe Green, Sheafs & Havelocke

Tramlines 2021

The performances – from music and performance to comedy and art – will be spread across five stages.

The festival site will also include a variety of food and drink options.

The official website reads: “Vegan? No problem. 2019 saw Wurst offering their banging vegan wurst, or if you love loaded fries, great ‘cos The Grub Shed were there providing cheesy fries for you cheese lovers!

“With such variety, you’ll have trouble choosing! Burgers, hot dogs, mac and cheese, pies, pizza, chips, tacos, poutine, seitan chicken, churros, cheesecake and so much more!

“With eight bars on site, there’s something for everyone to suit all your day time drinking needs.

“In 2019 The Thornbridge Tap was the only independent craft beer bar on-site, pouring favourites such as Jaipur, Green Mountain and Tzara as well as brand new beer Zesty, a tangerine summer wheat ale.

“Tramlines VIP area hosts two bars for that quieter sipping experience and there’s a dedicated Camden Hells bar for anyone who just wants a crisp lager beer.”

The final batch of tickets for the event go on sale on Friday 30 April and can be purchased via the website here.

It’s worth noting that ticket holders for the postponed 2020 event retained their tickets, so only a limited number of Weekend tickets will be available to buy. These are currently priced at £130.

Day tickets will be priced from £45.

We hope to see you there!

 

 

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