Sheffield-based music festival Tramlines has now sold out with the waiting list now open. The event will take place from 23-25 July at Hillsborough Park.
The waiting list will be used to offer a limited amount of tickets if they become available. You can sign up here.
On Friday 23 July, attendees will be able to attend sets from acts such as Sophie Ellis Bextor, The Slow Readers Club, The Pigeon Detectives, Pale Waves, Jake Bugg, The Kooks, DMA’s and headline act The Streets.
On Saturday 24 July, performances include The Lathums, Georgia, Lucy Spraggan, The Magic Gang, The Sherlocks, Little Simz, Mahalia, Blossoms and headline act Royal Blood.
On Sunday 25 July, acts performing include The Snuts, The Big Moon, Holly Humberstone, The Reytons, The Fratellis, Sundara Karma, Everything Everything, Tom Walker, Dizzee Rascal and headline act Richard Ashcroft.
Over the weekend there will also be performances from Fickle Friends, Lottery Winners, Baby Queen, Chubby and the Gang, Phoebe Green, Sheafs, Havelocke, Everly Pregnant Brothers, Before Breakfast, Abbie Ozard, Deco, Bloxx, Lauran Hibberd, Vistas, Biig Piig, Shelley Byron & the Poison Sleep, The Rooves, Bedroom High Club, Alfie Templeman, The Blinders, Red Rum Club and The Hara.
If you are an existing ticket holder who would like to submit your ticket(s) for resale, you can register your interest here.
The festival was the winner of ‘Best Metropolitan Festival’ at the UK Festival Awards in 2019, with the event rescheduled from last year due to COVID-19.
Words by Beth Kirkbride
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