🔥🔥Weekend tickets are now on their FINAL TIER. Get yours before its too late🔥🔥  /  

MORE ARTISTS ADDED!

We’re very excited to be announcing even more artists for Tramlines 2023! 🎉🎉🎉

Leading this wave of new talent for the summer is the UK’s 2023 Eurovision entrant, Mae Muller. PLUS, Ella Henderson and Professor Green. 

The hotly tipped shoegaze-Britpop outfit Chappaqua Wrestling have also been added alongside The K’s, Bonnie Kemplay, PLUS Pattern + Push artists Aziza Jaye, Alice Ede + more!

 

⚠️ FINAL CALL for Saturday VIP tickets ⚠️ 

We’re down to the last few Saturday VIP tickets and these will sell out in the next 48 hours.

Once these are gone, ALL Saturday tickets will be sold out!

Weekend tickets will be the only way to attend Saturday 22nd July, and these tickets aren’t far behind!

DON’T MISS OUT!

BUY FINAL TICKETS

THE OPEN ARMS IS BACK.

Filled to the brim with good times, The Open Arms is back for 2023 with more wall to wall fun 🍻Our good friend Shaun Williamson returns for a big Barrioke session, alongside Shell Suit Cher Bingo, Tragedy (Heavy Metal Bee Gees from NYC), Brasswurst the classic German oompah band + soooo much more!

Speakers Corner will be taking over the stage for afternoons of poetry and lyricism 🎤 San Diego rapper RoQy TyRaiD joins us on Friday afternoon with Slambarz + The 1 Devotion, the caressing tones of Aka Kelzz, Sheffield’s newest Poet Laureate, Danaë Wellington + so much more!

As tradition, Under the Stars will be opening the stage on Saturday with their completely original composition, playing to the strengths of the performers to produce a unique and uplifting piece.

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