Tramlines 2017 first lineup announcement
All Saints / The Coral / Metronomy / Loyle Carner / The Pharcyde / Toots and the Maytals / Twin Atlantic / We Are Scientists
Akala / Cabbage / Cate Le Bon / Don Letts / Hot 8 Brass Band / M.O / Nadia Rose / Omar Souleyman / The Pharcyde / Spring King / We Are Scientists
Alvarez Kings / Blaenavon / Bossy Love / Estrons / Fizzy Blood / Goat Girl / Jalen N'Gonda / John Joseph Brill / Lucy Spraggan / Mike Hughes / Sheffield's Sgt Pepper Project / The Age of LUNA / The Magic Gang / The Wharves / Yorkston Thorne Khan
Sheffield's inner-city music festival returns from Friday 21 to Sunday 23 July, with its biggest lineup to-date and a new-look festival site, from the iconic indie of The Libertines, to the influential R&B of All Saints, via grime, reggae, electronica, folk, hip-hop, rock and more.
The lineup spans internationally acclaimed artists and exciting emerging talent, and also includes Metronomy, The Coral, We Are Scientists, Loyle Carner, Twin Atlantic, The Pharcyde, Hot 8 Brass Band, M.O, Omar Souleyman, Cate Le Bon, Nadia Rose, Akala and many more.
The ninth edition of Tramlines will be an exclusively outdoor event, spanning three of Sheffield’s best park spaces.
With a third of the city sitting within the stunning Peak District National Park and a ton of public parks, Sheffield is often hailed as an 'Outdoor City'. It's the UK's leading destination for people seeking outdoor adventure, and we are excited to present an exclusively outdoor event for 2017.
Thanks to streamlining the festival to our three outdoor stages, we're able to deliver exactly what Tramlines' music-lovers asked for, with the biggest acts to-date on the our stages and a seriously special weekend on the cards.
Earlybird and first release tickets for Tramlines Festival 2017 sold out in record time, but second release weekend tickets are now on sale for just £38 plus booking fee.
05 February 2017