Leadmill Sunday Stage

Energetic post-punkers Spring King and up-and-coming local outfit Sophie and The Giants are joining Sheffield’s biggest-ever party as part of the line-up on our brand new Leadmill stage. Curated by local legend The Reverend Jon McClure, on Sunday the Leadmill stage will feature the new acts, as well as Tom Grennan and Sheffield five-piece Sheafs.

“I am very excited to be bringing the best new music to Tramlines,” says Jon. “I’m stoked to be working with my friends at the Leadmill and also having Tom Grennan and Sophie and the Giants will be ace as they are artists I have worked with.”

Elsewhere on the bill, Stereophonics look set to cement their reputation as one of the best live bands in Britain with a headline performance on Friday. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will have you singing along on Saturday night, while Craig David’s TS5 close the party with an absolute bang on Sunday night. Other highlights include Clean Bandit, Blossoms and Jake Bugg making their Tramlines debuts, while De La Soul make a welcome return. There’s also plenty of emerging talent to look out for in the form of Magic Gang, Pale Waves, Genghar, Mabel and Naaz.

At its heart Tramlines is a celebration of Sheffield and its people. And for our 10th birthday party we’ve invited lots of local acts. You can’t miss Milburn who are playing their “last ever show for a long time” with local favourites Reverend And The Makers, The Sherlocks, Bang Bang Romeo, Patawawa, The Seamonsters and Wulfman Fury also on the bill.

Get involved and get your tickets here. See you at the front!

Posted in 2018 Festival