The headline says it all on this one: many, many thanks from the team to everyone who attended, performed or otherwise contributed to what feels like the most successful Tramlines Festival yet! 2012 was a vintage year. More»
This weekend has proved once again just how brilliant it is when Sheffield puts on a party.
Come join us in two weeks for the next epic event, Sheftival taking place at Don Valley on 4/5th August.
There’s 1,000 performers, 25 sports, 8 stages and over 80 acts spread around a 25 acre site.
Under 6s are free entry all weekend. Under 18s are £10 day / £15 weekend. Over 18s cost £12 day / £20 weekend.
Family offers available – Click here for tickets
The weekend is nearly upon us! Before the partying begins, we’d like to remind you of a few simple rules to follow in order to keep the city and its revellers as safe and happy as possible. More»
Together with Doncaster College, Musical Works is introducing an all-star youth line up for Tramlines Festival. The Youth Music Stage will be taking over the Peace Gardens on the Sunday of the festival, with a variety of young acts bringing the fantastic energy that Tramlines is made for. More»
We’re delighted to announce that our friends at Drop Dead Clothing will be running all-day event at Plug for this year’s Tramlines. Bands confirmed include Young Guns, Your Demise, Futures, Worship, Louie Knuxx, Last Witness and Beech. More»