Fri 21 - Sun 23 July

Getting Here

Getting Around

Tramlines turns the whole of Sheffield into one big festival site.

To improve the festival experience for the tens of thousands of music-lovers coming to Tramlines, as well as to reduce the environmental impact of the event, we encourage visitors to use public transport to get to us.

There are tons of options for getting around, so read on and keep an eye Facebook and Twitter for full information on how to get about by foot, bike, public transport or car share with more than two people.

Leave the car at home! There is no parking available around the Main stage area. There are plenty of public transport options available to save you from driving.

Take note of the festival signage which will be up around the City Centre. If you're walking to the Main Stage, we've planned a safe walking route which avoids busy roads.

Watch out for live traffic. While we try to close as many roads as we can, there are still lots that remain open within the city. Please take care when crossing the roads and respect the stewards who are there for your protection. Please be aware that roads that may have previously been closed may be reopened his year. Please keep an eye out.

Supertram

Tramlines Festival and Stagecoach Supertram have teamed up to encourage festival goers to leave their cars at home or use the park and ride facilities around the city.

Whether you are travelling to the festival by train or car, Supertram is still a fantastic option for you - with services every 5-10 minutes until around midnight!

The Festival Explorer Day Ticket gives you unlimited all day travel in the City Centre accessing many of the festival sites - the perfect ticket from Sheffield Train Station. The two Weekend Tickets give you unlimited access to the whole network for either 2 or 3 days!

If you are arriving in Sheffield by car, why not consider Park and Ride, allowing you to park and travel from just £4.50. This includes parking and also the drivers tram travel. See more information below!

Festival Explorer Day Ticket £3.00

Can be purchased:

  • On Tram
  • City Hall Wristband Exchange Point on Thursday 5-9pm and Friday 12-9pm

Unlimited travel in the City Centre to Nunnery Square, Granville Road and Infirmary Road


Tram Only Dayrider £4.00 - unlimited travel network wide, tram only

Can be purchased:

  • On Tram
  • City Hall Wristband Exchange Point on Thursday 5-9pm and Friday 12-9pm
  • Stagecoach Bus App

2 Day Weekender £7.50 - unlimited travel network wide, tram only

Can be purchased:

  • On Tram
  • City Hall Wristband Exchange Point on Thursday 5-9pm and Friday 12-9pm

Friday-Saturday or Saturday-Sunday

3 Day Weekender £9.50 - unlimited travel network wide, tram only

Can be purchased:

  • On Tram
  • City Hall Wristband Exchange Point on Thursday 5-9pm and Friday 12-9pm

Friday- Sunday

Park & Ride for just…

Day single £4.50 this includes parking and the drivers tram travel

Family £6.50 available Sat & Sun (up to 2 adults and 2 children)

Day ‘Park Only’ Ticket Price: £2.50

At Locations: Nunnery Square, Middlewood and Halfway

www.supertram.com

Please see here for a full Supertram timetable:

National Express

One of the easiest ways of getting to Tramlines is with National Express. Their coaches run direct to the Interchange on Pond Street from loads of locations across the UK.

You'll get a comfy seat, power sockets to keep your devices charged, and air con on board - making journeys to and from the festival stress and hassle free.

Book your tickets using the journey planner on this page, visit their website, or download the National Express coach app available on Apple and Android.

JOURNEY PLANNER

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