At just £69.50 a ticket for three days watching the likes of Two Door Cinema Club, Courteeners, Nile Rodgers and CHIC, Manic Street Preachers, Rag’n’Bone Man, Doves plus many many more! It’d be rude not to right?
So if your mates, girlfriends, boyfriends, mum, dad, aunties, brothers, sisters, uncles, nephews, nieces, grandparents haven’t bought their tickets yet then let them know tickets are flyyyying out!
Two Door Cinema Club, Courteeners, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Manic Street Preachers, Rag’n’Bone Man, Doves, Happy Mondays, Reverend and The Makers, Miles Kane and many many more acts confirmed. You can check out their tunes here.
We’ve been desperate to reveal the lineup and now we officially can… (with no thanks to Rag’n’Bone Man ????but he is only human after all).
We’re really excited that Courteeners, Two Door Cinema Club and Nile Rodgers and Chic will be headlining Tramlines over the weekend of 19th-21st July and what an absolute treat it’s going to be! Manic Street Preachers, Rag’n’ Bone Man and Doves are also set to join them along with Happy Mondays, Reverend and The Makers, Miles Kane and many many more! Check out the list of confirmed artists. We’re so excited for July. Summer is officially sorted!
More acts will be confirmed over the coming months including an amazing comedy lineup and kids entertainment programme. Can you believe you’ll get to experience all of this for only £65.50 for the whole weekend?! Make sure you grab your Tier 3 ticket now as they’re running very low and once they’re gone, they’re gone! Get your ticket here.
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We hope you love the first wave of acts as much as we do! Let us know…
We’re just about to put you out of your long-awaited misery… the lineup announcement is on its way to you. You can expect the drop on:
31.01.19 /// 6PM
There will be a couple of social media competitions running as part of the lineup announcement over the next couple of days so please keep your eyes peeled ????and get involved to win some amazing Tramlines prizes!
Also, we wanted to let you know that we’ve sold over 50% of Tier 3 tickets. We’re so overwhelmed! A huge thank you to everyone who has bought theirs! If you haven’t got yours yet then you’d better get it quickly as once they’re gone, they’re gone!
We’re just about to make your 2019 and it’s only second week of Jan! Tramlines 2019 is well underway and we wanted to let you know what’s happening over the next couple of weeks (this should definitely make you super excitable!).
This is what you’ve got to look forward to…
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Keep your eyes glued to social media and the website for more info on all of these things.
Also, it’s your last chance to get your hands on a Tramlines ticket for only 13.33 per month! Get yours here.
Christmas tickets are now officially sold out! Thank you so much to everyone who purchased one and we hope you’re loving your exclusive Tramlines bobble hat – remember to tweet us your best looks here!
Tickets will be back on sale very shortly. Please keep an eye on the website and social media for more information on when they will be available. Until then you can purchase a Tramlines 2019 ticket for as little as £13.33 per month when you sign up the Payment Plan.
As 2018 draws to a close we thought it would be a perfect opportunity to list the best things that happened this year…
1. Our move to Hillsborough Park – The new site is easily the best thing to happen to Tramlines this year. Having everything based in one field rather than across the city centre has made Tramlines feel more like a festival! Not only this but it has made the atmosphere and user experience ultimately the best it has been yet!
2. The Comedy Line up – We’ve wanted to have a comedy lineup at Tramlines for years and we always struggled as it’s better in a marquee or venue. However, this year we managed it and definitely smashed it!
3. Into The Trees – The expanded Into The Trees area was a massive hit, with the Cinema and DJ’s, stone balancing, Circus skills and amazing stalls and food. It was a great area for the kids and ultimately provided an amazing alternative area.
4. 2018 Headliners – For quite a while we’ve wanted to aim high with our headliners and this year we hit the sweet spot to name a few… Noel Gallagher was great, Craig David said some lovely things about our Sarah and Clean Bandit were fabulous.
5. Sheffield – We had a great showing from our local artists! One of our aims is to showcase local upcoming talent and we definitely did that this year. All bands smashed it but to name a few… Bang Bang Romeo, Reverend, Milburn were all great and Wulfman Fury sounded AMAZING.
NOT FORGETTING the reaction to Tramlines 2018 – everyone absolutely loved the new site and the overall vibe. The most repeated comment we received was that people couldn’t believe that they were actually in Sheffield – “I’m sat just enjoying mi-sen and then the looks up and sees houses and t’ Wednesday ground and think bloody hell we’re in Sheff” ????
The last ten years of Tramlines have all been amazing and this is down to our Festival Director Sarah Nulty. 2018 was the most amazing year for Tramlines yet and this is dedicated to Sarah and the great things that she has done, not only for Tramlines but for the people of Sheffield as a whole. ????
Thank you all so much for your continued support and love. We look forward to seeing you in 2019!
SARAH NULTY HONOURED WITH OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION AWARD ????
Last Thursday we attended the prestigious UK Festival Awards, held at the Troxy in London. Where Sarah Nulty, the Director and co-founder of Tramlines, collected her ‘Outstanding Contribution to Festivals’ award. Sarah, aged 36, passed away, just weeks before Tramlines’ 10th birthday following a short illness.
Sarah joined an illustrious group of festival professionals in receiving this award. Past winners have included Michael Eavis (the founder of Glastonbury), Rob Da Bank (the founder of Bestival) and Fiona Stewart (the founder of Green Man). This award can be considered the highest accolade for any individual working in the UK Festival industry, which is recognised as a world leader in this area.
Alongside this, the UK Festival Awards announced they had created a new award which will bare Sarah’s name, ‘The Sarah Nulty Women In Festivals Award’. This will be given out for the first time at the 2019 ceremony, which will recognise the work and achievements of the many outstanding women working in the male-dominated festival industry. Its aim is to also inspire other females wishing to pursue a career in the music and events industry, something Sarah championed during her time not only at Tramlines, but throughout her career overall.
Sarah came to Sheffield as a student in 1999 and following various roles in the local music industry including managing venues and running events, she was appointed Festival Director of Tramlines in 2013 having been instrumental in the launch of the festival in 2009.
Tramlines Festival was an immediate success, bringing hundreds of thousands of people to Sheffield in its first year. Through Sarah’s stewardship, the festival overcame fundamental changes in the way it was funded and delivered, and the hugely successful 10th edition was a testament to her tremendous work ethic and passion for Sheffield music.
This latest award can be added to an impressive array of awards and honours bestowed on Sarah. On 6th November she was given an Outstanding Contribution Award from the Association of Independent Festivals, and she also received a Civic Award from Magid Magid, The Lord Mayor of Sheffield.Sheffield City Council has created a permanent memorial for Sarah in the form of a commemorative plaque at Devonshire Green in Sheffield City Centre, the original home of the main stage for Tramlines Festival.
Tramlines Operations Director Timm Cleasby commented: “We are all so proud that Sarah has received this hugely deserved award. To be recognised by the UK Festival Awards for all her hard work, drive and determination is a true honour to her memory, and to the legacy she’s left behind in Tramlines”.