Tramlines is a festival for everyone, whether you fancy a bench hangout with a pint and your pals, some family entertainment to keep the kids occupied, getting sweaty in a mosh pit, seeing some world-class acts or having a laugh at some top notch comedy – we’ve got you covered.
Nulty’s Main Stage is dedicated to our truly amazing and inspirational Director, Sarah Nulty, who tragically passed in 2018, the stage is a way of remembering Sarah’s incredible work and passion she put into making Tramlines the event it is today. The focal point of our huge site at Hillsborough Park has featured performances from massive international acts over the weekend, including De La Soul, Craig David, Johnny Marr, Stereophonics, The Big Moon, Two Door Cinema Club, that iconic Courteeners set, Nile Rogers ft Chic and so much more.
Showcasing Tramlines’ more eclectic offering, the T’Other stage is the place to be if you fancy something a little different. From pop to grime and indie, you can find an array of genres, some of the acts that have graced T’Other Stage over the years include Annie Mac, Doves, Jade Bird, Tom Grennan, Stefflon Don, Georgia and more!
The Leadmill – the beating heart of the Sheffield music scene, with over 35 years of providing a platform for bands who have gone on to take over the world. The Leadmill’s stage at Tramlines will feature bands, comedy and the very best of the local scene. Previous years have seen favourites Reginald D. Hunter and Phil Jupitus take over on the comedy side of things , with the likes of The Futureheads, Reytons and The Orielles to get you movin’.
Set back from the hustle and the bustle of the main arena, close to the historic Hillsborough Library. This stage is all about discovery, with a line-up that leans to the left and supports emerging talent including the likes of The Japanese House, Rae Morris, Yonaka and Black Honey.
This area has been specially created with kids in mind! Into the Trees is our dedicated family area with some absolute treats to keep the young ones entertained. If you’re in the mood to kick back with a movie, our pop-up cinema will be running across the weekend.
However, come night time, Into the Trees turns into an outdoor disco with live DJ sets so you can let your hair down and have a boogie.