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Getting Here




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.


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 you are lucky enough to live close enough to Hillsborough Park, leave the car, save your cash and get to us on foot. The above postcodes will take you close enough to the festival, it’s  easy to find from there.


The above postcodes will take you close enough to the festival, it’s easy to find from there. However, it’s worth noting, if you choose to cycle to us we do not allow bikes on-site and do not offer bike storage.


Although there will be a black cab pick-up spot operating from the Hillsborough Leisure Centre Car Park, 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.  The Taxi pick-up area will be sign-posted from the main site.



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.


Sheffield has great tram links. You can catch these from the following key locations:

Yellow Route

  • Middlewood Park & Ride
  • The Cathedral
  • Meadowhall Park & Ride

Use Hillsborough Park stop and head for the Middlewood Rd Entrance.

Blue Route

  • Malin Bridge Park & Ride
  • The Cathedral
  • Sheffield Railway station / Hallam Uni
  • Halfway Park & Ride.

Use Hillsborough stop and head for the Middlewood Rd Entrance.

See the full list of stops here.


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

  • 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 10.30 pm on Friday and Saturday while on Sunday you can stay till 9.30 pm, the bars and food stalls will still be serving till this time!