Even though we’re mega excited about this year’s lineup, your inner-city music festival isn’t solely about the tunes. Tramlines aims to bring you all the added perks you’d expect from our field-based pals. With that in mind, the food and drink options this year are bigger and better than ever.
To quench your thirst, there’ll be a whole host of new and improved drinks options at the Main Stage, a brand-new cocktail bar and craft beer options now featuring alongside the usual classics. Meanwhile, expanded bars will help ease the queueing to make for a better festival experience all around.
Food-wise, Ponderosa will be playing host to some of your Sheffield favourites (Craft and Dough, Fear X Loathing, Twisted Burger Company… to name but a few) as well as a whole bunch of tasty picks from further afield. With the likes of Caribbean Fusion, FrobyJo and Rickshaw Club amongst the options, whatever you’re in the mood for, we’ve got you covered.
Of course, one of the big perks of Tramlines is that you can also take full advantage of your home comforts being right on the doorstep, and head to your favourite Sheffield eateries whenever suits you throughout the weekend.
Coming from further afield? Don’t panic, there’ll be plenty of friendly faces around to offer you tips (read: strong opinions) on where to get that perfect coffee, sandwich or burger. Or, check out the recommendations of our friends at Our Favourite Places here.
Just remember, Hendo's on everything.
Words: Emily Hewett
20 July 2016