22–24 Jul 2016

56 Days & Nights to go

Information

Tramlines for All

Tramlines is an event for all people, regardless of race, gender, orientation or physical ability.

If something or someone makes you feel uncomfortable - no matter how small it seems - you can report it to a member of festival staff and they will work with you to make sure it doesn't have to spoil the festival for you.

Respect your fellow festival-goers and look out for each other. If you see someone behaving badly towards other people, please alert a member of festival staff.

Conditions for Entry

By entering the stage areas, you are agreeing to the following conditions:

No alcohol is to be consumed within the queue area. Failure to comply will result in eviction from the site.

The management reserves the right to refuse admission or to eject any person for behaviour likely to cause damage, injury, nuisance or annoyance or failure to comply with the reasonable requests of the management.

The management retain the right to search all persons and property and refuse admission to, or eject from, the event any person who refuses to be searched by a police officer or authorised officer.

Tramlines operates a strict zero tolerance policy to both illegal and ‘legal highs’. Nitrous oxide will not be permitted.

No unaccompanied under 14s, please be prepared to show proof of age id on request. There is no pass out system. If you exit the venue you will have to queue again to re-enter. No alcohol is too brought to the event. Only alcohol purchased on site may be consumed within event arenas.

No food is to be taken in to the event arena.

Anyone suspected of underage drinking may be subject to alcohol testing. Failure to comply may result in entry being refused or ejection from the site.

No glass or tins will be allowed into the event. Soft drinks may be taken into the arena providing the seal is intact. Max capacity 500ml.

No chairs or tables are to be brought to the event.

No cutlery will be allowed into the event.

No barbecues or cooking stoves will be allowed into the event.

No animals are allowed in to the event except guide dogs

The event management and promoter reserve the right to amend or make alterations to the published details of the event as shall become necessary.

Neither the promotor nor the venue management shall be responsible for loss or damage to personal property brought into the venue, unless caused by negligence of the promoter or venue management.

The management retain the right to restrict the use of cameras, video or any other form of re-cording equipment if deemed necessary.

Upon entry to the event you give your express consent to the use of actual or simulated likeness in connection with the production, exhibition, advertising or exploration or any film, video and/or audio recording of this event.

CCTV surveillance is in operational the venue.

Warning: the event may contain sound level/effects which may cause injury to your hearing and may contain strobe lighting.

Entry to event areas constitutes an acceptance of these terms and conditions by the festival-goer and implies an undertaking to observe them.

Road Closures

2016's road closures will be published nearer to the festival

Wristband Exchange

Wristband exchange information will be published nearer to the time. Please note that you will need to collect your wristband in person. You may not collect wristbands on behalf of other people, even if you purchased their tickets for them.

Contact

For general enquiries, please email info@tramlines.org.uk

For ticketing enquiries, please email info@gigantic.com

For trader enquiries, please email just.jules@ymail.com

For sponsorship enquiries, please email abby@weareincahoots.com

For press enquiries, please email press@tramlines.org.uk

For volunteering opportunities, please email charlottetramlines@gmail.com

Disabled Access

An accessible viewing platform will be available at our Main Stage, and The Main Stage and Devonshire Green will both have a dedicated disabled access point. Stewards will be available on the day to help direct you. As with the whole festival, though, shows on the main stages do get extremely busy, so please do arrive early.

All stages and most venues involved in Tramlines have disabled access. Please see individual venue profile pages for full details of disabled access.
Disabled customers with a carer will be able to claim free entrance to the event for one carer. Please email info@tramlines.org.uk to notify us in advance before Friday 8th July if you plan to attend with a carer.

  • You will need to provide the full name of your carer
  • Your carer must collect their pass with you at the wristband exchange when you collect your full-price wristband
  • Your carer will need to provide photo ID at the wristband exchange
  • Carer passes will be valid for weekend day-time access only. (No club access.)

Applications for carers passes must be submitted by Friday 8th July. No applications will be accepted after this point

Information for Local Residents

As in 2015, we will be making a limited number of residents' tickets available to those living in the immediate vicinity of the Main Stage at Ponderosa Park and the stage at Devonshire Green, to compensate for any inconvenience caused by the festival to residents. These will be valid for daytime access only.


Please email residents@tramlines.org.uk before Friday 8th July to apply for a residents' ticket

You will need to provide:

  • Full Name
  • Address
  • Photo proof of address (e.g.: scanned bill)
  • Which day you would like to attend

Please note, local residents' tickets are available only to those living near to the Main Stage at Ponderosa Park. City centre residents are not eligible for local residents' tickets.


You will be notified as to whether your application has been successful by Wednesday 13th July

Apply to Play

For a chance to play at this year's Tramlines, apply to play using our tailored application page.

Applications will close on 29th April.

We will be making 15 slots available across various festival venues and stages, with each slot selected by festival organisers, regional BBC Introducing presenters and other music industry partners.

Please note, due to the high volume of submissions that we receive, we're unable to consider applications via email and/or social media.

Apply here

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Admission

  • Admission is subject to capacity. Venues and stages do get very busy, and we recommend arriving early in order to stand the best possible chance of getting in to see your favourite acts.
  • Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Children aged 12 and under will be able to attend the festival for free when in possession of a child ticket. These must be ordered in advance alongside an adult ticket purchase. Under 5s will not require a wristband.
  • A number of Tramlines venues are strictly 18+. Please see venue profile pages for admissions policies.
  • Right of admission is reserved.
  • Tramlines operates a strict zero tolerance policy to both illegal drugs and 'legal highs'. Nitrous oxide will not be permitted.
  • Bag searches will be conducted upon entry to the festival site. Anyone found to be in possession of banned substances or items will be refused entry and the appropriate legal action will be taken. In this instance, no refunds will be issued.
  • Festival-goers are permitted to bring 1 x 500ml non-alcoholic drink into the Main Stage arena. Containers must be sealed. Free drinking water is provided on-site.
  • A wide range of great food will be available to purchase across the city and within the Main Stage arena. Festival-goers are not permitted to bring their own food to the Main Stage.
  • Festival-goers will not be permitted to bring professional cameras onsite. Standard compact cameras will be permitted for personal use, though festival-goers will not be able to bring in cameras with either interchangeable lenses or a lens longer than 6 inches. Any camera with a removable lens, a zoom 3x or greater, or 10MP cameras will be deemed to be professional cameras and will not be permitted. Professional photographers and videographers must apply for press accreditation prior to the event.
  • No dogs will be allowed into the outdoor stages, except guide dogs.
  • Please note that performances do contain flashing lights and strobes.

2016 Ticketing Information

After listening to your feedback, we've made some changes to our ticketing for 2016. The new tickets will make it easier for you to make sure you catch the artists that you're into.

Here are your new and improved choices:

  • Full festival tickets - for those who want to keep the party going all weekend. Tramlines means nearly non-stop music, and here's where you can get your hands on it
  • Daytime tickets - these will get you access to all outdoor stages and various venues on all three days. For fans of bands, new music, and making sure you catch the headline sets
  • Club tickets - these will get you access to Tramlines' clubs and warehouses on Friday and Saturday. For fans of dance music of all kinds, from techno to D&B and everything in between

Don't worry if you can only make it for one day this time around; you'll also be able to buy single day tickets for Saturday and Sunday's stages and venues. Please note, though, that single day tickets will be valid until 10.30pm only, and won't get you access to the clubs and warehouses.

If you've still got some party left in you at the end of the weekend, please note that, this year, you'll need to purchase an add-on if you want to access Sunday night's intimate closing parties. These will be priced at £5 advance.

As ever, entry to all venues and stages is subject to capacity, so make sure you get down early to avoid disappointment. Once it's full, it's full.

Where can I buy tickets?

Group Tickets

Group discounts are available now.

Bring your mates for cheaper tickets all around.

Head to the Ticket page and buy ten or more weekend tickets to bag a fiver off each.

The discount will be applied at checkout, and is applicable on full weekend tickets (normally £42 each) and weekend daytime tickets (normally £32).

Get your squad together and start planning your weekend!