Fri 21 - Sun 23 July

Presented by Smoke BBQ - The Peace Gardens Stage

Returning in 2017 thanks to Smoke BBQ is the Peace Gardens stage.

The Peace Gardens Stage has become a crucial part of Tramlines, showcasing Sheffield artists with a global flavour and musicians from various youth and community groups, presented by local DJ and promoter, Papa Al.

This stage will feature music from the Caribbean, Angola, Ghana, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Latin America, all played by Sheffield based musicians.

On Sunday locally based Musical Works present a four hour showcase featuring performances by young adults with learning difficulties, together with some of Sheffield's finest hip hop and r'n'b artists. This will include 5 bands from Under The Stars, a music project for adults with learning disabilities. Also featured is Otis Mensah, a widely acclaimed Sheffield based hip-hop MC who is currently performing all over the country.

Please Note - Whilst entry to the Peace Gardens is free, the area is subject to capacity and safety restrictions. Bag searches will be in operation and visitors will be unable to bring outside alcohol into this area.

The last remaining tickets for the wristbanded areas of the festival are still available from just £45 plus booking fee. Tickets are on sale from www.tramlines.org.uk

Full Line-up for The Peace Gardens

Saturday 22nd July

Sunday 23rd July

  • 12pm - Inavibe
  • 12.20pm - Sundance
  • 12.45pm - Millie and Lenny
  • 1pm - Rogue Siesta
  • 1.35pm - Concord Youth Brass
  • 2.20pm - Under the Stars Showcase (inc. WIthout Heads, The Clubland Detectives, The Sparkle Sistaz and The Lawnmowers)
  • 3.15pm - Ice Boi
  • 3.30pm - Lifeforce Productions Showcase
  • 4pm - Nicole Marie
  • 4.10pm - Tandayi
  • 4.20pm - Harry Brown
  • 4.30pm - Young Artz
  • 4.55pm - The Stars Band
  • 5.25pm - Otis Mensah
  • 6pm - Alfie Wright
  • 6.20pm - Dope and Mean Breakdance Exhibition
  • 7.35pm - Vuromantics
  • 8.30pm - Mango Rescue Team

More Tramlines news : Vital Info - Food & Drink - Folk Forest - 3 New Stages.

Words: Alex Deadman

17 July 2017

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