Tramlines, Sheffield’s biggest city-based music festival is now completely sold out for 2022, this massively successful festival takes place at Hillsborough Park in Sheffield from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th July.
Headlining are Sam Fender (Friday), Kasabian (Saturday), and Madness (Sunday)
Other acts performing over the three day event include The Wombats, The Vaccines, James, Declan McKenna, Sigrid, Becky Hill, Reverend and The Makers, Little Man Tate, Shed Seven, Self Esteem, The Coral, Sports Team, Inhaler, The Snuts, Jade Bird, Sam Ryder, Yard Act, Lottery Winners, Coach Party, Kynsy, Do Nothing, Working Men’s Club, Just Mustard, Swim School, Pixey, Everly Pregnant Brothers and more. Check out the day and stage splits on the poster below.
Over five stages of music, art, performance, comedy, family friendly area and a genre-spanning lineup of the internationally acclaimed to grass roots talent, 2022 will mark the 13th edition of Sheffield’s Biggest Party and Soundsphere will be there to take in all its glory.
There is no camping here, so no chance of waking up with your sleeping bag soaked with rain, it is a city festival placed in a park in a similar way to Live at Leeds earlier in the year – except this is much bigger.
This is the biggest line up the North has seen this year so far, and includes both new rising stars and old cult legends across 5 stages. There is a wide expanse of artists across the festival, including major headliner Sam Fender, Ska Legends Madness and the long anticipated return of the Serge-led Kasabian. Accompanying them at the top of the bill we have The Vaccines, James and The Wombats. As we head further down the line up we can expect to find rising stars such as Bad Boy Chiller Crew, Alfie Templeman, Yard Act and The Lottery Winners. Cleverly coinciding with this, we also can see huge staple indie names such as Shed Seven and The Coral listed as special guests of the Festival. We can also expect the return of local legends and artists Reverend and the Makers and Sheafs re-joining the line-up for their fourth and third times respectively. Fan favourites such as Declan McKenna, Sports Team, Becky Hill, Scouting for Girls and Sigrid also join the bill for this extensive line up. There really is something for everyone.
Voted the “Best Metropolitan Festival” (UK Festival Awards 2019) it is not one to be missed. You can find all the details of the line up on the website https://tramlines.org.uk/info/
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