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Getting here

Tramlines Festival is located at Hillsborough Park, in Sheffield.

There are a number of ways you can get to us, take a look below!


There are two entrances to Tramlines:

Penistone Rd Entrance

Hillsborough Park

Penistone Rd


S6 2AN



Middlewood Rd Entrance

Hillsborough Park

Middlewood Rd


S6 4HA


As Tramlines is a metropolitan event, we strongly recommend using the brilliant public transport system. Please see the below advice on how to get to the event using public transport.


Sheffield has great tram links. Our friends at Supertram have all the info your need for your weekend travel, from ticketing to journey planning. Find out more For better value tickets, buy tickets in advance from the TSY Mobile app available on the apple or android

You can catch these from the following key locations:

Yellow Route

o Middlewood Park & Ride
o The Cathedral
o Meadowhall Park & Ride
Use Hillsborough Park stop and head for the Middlewood Rd Entrance.

Blue Route

o Malin Bridge Park & Ride
o The Cathedral
o Sheffield Railway station / Hallam Uni
o Halfway Park & Ride.
Use Hillsborough stop and head for the Middlewood Rd Entrance.

View the network and list of stops or plan your journey.

Supertram will run Trams every 6 minutes from Sheffield City Centre to Hillsborough Park – it is then a 2-minute walk to the festival.

Please note; the Hillsborough Park and Hillsborough Corner stops will be closed after the show, you will have access to the Leppings Lane stop from within the park after the headliners have finished.

The tram gate is at the back of the main stage arena. The majority of attendees will be leaving on foot and trams are likely to be delayed until the roads are cleared of pedestrians. We appreciate your patience whilst we manage this process.

Visit supertram.com for more travel information, and make sure you follow Supertram on Twitter for live service updates throughout the weekend @SY_Supertram

Please note: Engineering works are taking place on the Blue Route between White Lane and Crystal Peaks and a revised service will be operating. Please check the Supertram website to plan your journey


For those outside the city, Sheffield is easily accessible from across the country by train. It has regular trains running around the region and considerably further afield.

From here you have a multitude of options…

If arriving into Sheffield by train, you can get to the festival by taxi, bus or tram. This will take approximately 15 mins. Check with your rail operator to see if your route is affected.


The best way to get to Tramlines is on foot. We strongly advise against driving as we are expecting traffic congestion around Hillsborough Park. The above postcodes will take you close enough to the festival, it’s easy to find from there.


Please use the Penistone Road postcode to get to us if you’re coming by bike, as we have a bike rack at this entrance. The postcode will take you close enough to the festival, it’s easy to find from there.


There will be a black cab and friends and family pick-up spot operating from Hillsborough Leisure Centre Car Park. For private hire cars (City Taxis/Uber) please follow the relevant App’s directions. We encourage the use of public transport to reduce the event’s environmental impact, but also to help you get home more quickly as there could be congestion on the surrounding roads.


We have great bus links in Sheffield that can help you get from home to the festival site. Please see Travel South Yorkshires site to plan your journey.

If you’re travelling by bus please alight at the Hillsborough Park bus stop. If you’re planning to leave the festival via bus, please note there will be some disruptions, please contact the service provider with any questions.

Download the Stagecoach Bus App for full timings and to buy your tickets before you travel!


Tramlines is a metropolitan festival and we want to try to reduce the environmental impact of the event. We encourage visitors to use public transport and not travel by car where possible.

If this is not possible please note the following:

  • You can purchase an official car parking ticket via the car parking page here.
  • There is no specific pick-up and drop off area for the event.
  • All surrounding residential roads will not permit parking. If you park here you are subject to fine or towing.
  • There are also no free places to park your car within one mile of the event proximity
  • If you look to park close to the event you are likely to get caught in post-event traffic and delayed heavily by those leaving on foot and public transport.


Please remember you don’t have to rush home – To avoid congestion we’re extending festival-closing times so you can stay within the festival site until 10.30pm on Friday and Saturday while on Sunday you can stay till 9.30pm, some of the bars and food stalls will still be serving until this time!