Tramlines has announced its lineup for 2021, featuring headliners The Streets, Royal Blood, and Richard Ashcroft.

Taking place from Friday 23, to Sunday 25 July, Sheffield’s biggest and most-loved music festival is set to return to Hillsborough Park after today revealing its first line up announcement of over 40 acts.

Other artists who will be joining the headliners include: The Kooks, DMA’s, Pale Waves, Little Simz, The Pigeon Detectives, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Mahalia, Everything Everything, Jake Bugg, Blossoms, The Sherlocks, Dizzee Rascal, Tom Walker, The Fratellis, Sundara Karma and more. You can view the full list below.

With a large number of ticket buyers for the postponed 2020 event retaining their tickets, only a very limited number of weekend tickets will be available, currently priced at £130 (+booking fee).

Day tickets for Tramlines will be priced from £45 and can be purchased alongside other ticket options from their website. The final batch of Weekend and Day tickets will be on sale on Friday 30 April at 12pm. You can sign up for ticket alerts here.

Tramlines 2021 takes place after the first ever sell out event in 2019, and the unplanned hiatus in 2020.

This is just the first wave of talent set to perform at Tramlines 2021. Festival-goers should keep an eye out for further lineup announcements, plus further announcements from across the festival site including, comedy and cabaret entertainment, food and drink offerings, and plenty more.

Tramlines Festival will be working closely with the local authorities and following all the latest government guidance. If for any reason the festival is not able to take place then in keeping with 2020, ticket buyers will have the option to retain their ticket for next year’s event  or recieve a face value  refund on their purchase prices. More information can be found here.

As ever, Tramlines welcomes a slew of talent from across its home city and the Yorkshire regions. The ever-cherished singer and songwriter Lucy Spraggan will deliver her folk pop signature style alongside the heavy, fast-paced indie sounds of The Reytons, the loud punk sounds of The Blinders, and Sheffield favourites the Everly Pregnant Brothers renowned for their spoof numbers.

First Wave Line Up : Full List

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