In a statement posted on their website the team behind Tramlines have announced the festival will no longer be going ahead this year.

The statement read: “We have delved into all possible options to try and make this year’s Tramlines possible. However, unfortunately, after a full review with the relevant local authorities; and in the best interests and safety of our festival-goers, artists, staff, suppliers and the emergency services; we are truly sorry and heartbroken to confirm that Tramlines Festival will not be able to take place this year.”

The Sheffield festival will be taking place from the 23 – 25 July 2021 and all purchased tickets and upgrades for this year’s festival will automatically be rolled over to next year. No further action will be needed if you have already purchased a ticket.

For anyone needing a refund, the Tramlines team will be in touch within seven days on how to claim this.

The festival had headliners booked including Ian Brown, Catfish & the Bottlemen and Madness for 2020.

“Tramlines would be absolutely nothing without you and we can’t wait to see you in July 2021.”

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