Stage Times Announced For 10th Edition of Tramlines Festival Plus Day Tickets Now On Sale

 

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Due to the unprecedented demand for day tickets to Sheffield's biggest music festival, Tramlines, an extremely limited amount of day tickets are now on sale for the 10th anniversary taking place from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd July at Hillsborough Park. The UK Festival Award-winning event has also announced stage times meaning festival goers can plan in advance and never miss their favourite bands. The lineup includes Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Craig David’s TS5, Clean Bandit, Blossoms, De La Soul, Milburn, Jake Bugg, Shed Seven, Everything Everything, Reverend and The Makers, Tokio Myers, The Sherlocks, Stefflon DonMystery Jets and many more.

In response to the high demand and with support from Sheffield City Council and the licensing authorities, Tramlines is now able to put a very limited amount of Friday, Saturday and Sunday day tickets on sale.

Saturday day tickets are priced at £45, while Friday and Sunday day tickets are priced at £39.50, both plus booking fees. With limited passes available, people are advised to buy quickly.

The last few weekend tickets are still on sale. At just £79 + bf, there’s no better value three-day festival in the country.

The all-important stage times are also now available. Guests can find all performance times in advance of the festival to make sure not to miss their favourite music or comedy acts. Visit https://www.tramlines.org.uk/line-up/ and hit the ‘stage’ tab to view.

 Friday 20th July

Friday 20th July

 Saturday 21st July

Saturday 21st July

 Sunday 22nd July

Sunday 22nd July

The tenth edition of Tramlines Festival is special one. Now a greenfield festival held in one location, it features its biggest line up yet. Alongside the aforementioned it also features Rat BoyTom Grennan, Mabel, The Big Moon, Fickle Friends, The Magic Gang, CoastsRae Morris and many more. The new set up features four stages, a debut comedy lineup - Henning Wehn, John Shuttleworth, Tom Stade and Bethany Black to name a few - pop-up cinema, an expanded ‘Into The Trees’ family area, Sheffield’s finest eateries and breweries selling an exclusive Tramlines beer, and of course, the city’s breaking musical talent. It’s going to be one massive party for Sheffield.

Year on year, Tramlines remains one of the largest and most popular inner-city music festivals in the country. Get all the latest updates by following Tramlines on social ‘@tramlines’.

https://www.tramlines.org.uk/


 
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