After a series of rather conspicuous clues on billboards across the city, Sheffield’s largest music festival returns with a stellar line up.

Ian brown, Catfish & the Bottlemen, and Madness lead the line up at Hillsborough Park this year.

The festival will take place from Friday, 31 July to Sunday, 02 August and it will be the third year to be held at the 30,000 capacity park.


One of Tramline’s “mystery” clues

The Stone Roses frontman will be bringing tracks from 2019’s Ripple along with some Roses anthems we can hope. Catfish are a solid metro-festival favourite churning out festival-ready-tunes at the click of Van McCann’s fingers – Tramlines is but one in their string of mid-size festivals this year. Madness are sure to be a winner. You love them, your ma and pa loves them and so does your nan. The UK’s favourite ska outfit are certain to conclude the festival with a bang.

Elsewhere on the bill we have other huge names including La Roux, The Kooks and Dizzee Rascal tied in with rising stars like Easy Life, The Orielles and Vistas.

You can see the full line up (so far) below and keep your eyes peeled on our site for our favourite five acts to be heading to the steel city this year.

Tickets are on sale now and you can buy them here.


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