Sheffield’s inner-city music festival, which will take place from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 July across four huge outdoor spaces and 15 diverse venues across the city, is thrilled to announce that Catfish and the Bottlemen will headline the Main Stage on Sunday night. Also newly announced are Sheffield home-grown talents The Crookes and Blessa. With over 100,000 attendees so far the festival is at the forefront of new music and hot artists.
The festival will also see Dizzee Rascal, Young Fathers, Dawn Penn, Goldie MBE, Toddla T, Norman Jay MBE, Amy Becker, Mumdance, Field Music, Hinds, Gwenno, C Duncan, Randall, Meilyr Jones and many more take on the stages at one of the most diverse festivals in the UK. The venues are o2 Academy, the Leadmill, The Night Kitchen, the Cathedral, Foundry,
Fusion, and The Octagon Centre, The Harley, Hope Works, City Hall, Queens Social
Club and Yellow Arch Studios.
Tickets for Tramlines Festival 2016 are now on sale and a full weekend ticket (covering all stages from day until night) comes in at the bargain price of just £42 before booking fees.