- , 2017
Tickets cost £42 (after-parties £12 per day/£20 for the weekend)
Those three summer days when Sheffield itself turns into a celebration of music.Buy tickets
No other festival takes over the city and brings people together quite like Tramlines.
For the first time, this year Sheffield’s flagship festival will take place entirely outdoors, making the most of the city's abundance of green spaces. Ponderosa Park will once again be its picture-perfect main stage and leafy Endcliffe Park will become an oasis of calm with The Folk Forest. This year's festival will also see the return of the Devonshire Green stage, smack bang in the city centre – where it all began for Tramlines back in 2009.
Tramlines 2017 has now announced its full lineup. Headliners include 90s R&B heroes All Saints, the endlessly influential Primal Scream, indie icons The Libertines, grime pioneer Kano, ska legends Toots and the Maytals, and the ever eclectic Metronomy. Also on the lineup is a good mix of internationally acclaimed acts and exciting emerging talent, including The Pharcyde, The Big Moon, The Coral, Cabbage, Yorkston/Thorne/Khan, Lady Leshurr, We Are Scientists, Twin Atlantic, The Heatwave, Loyle Carner, The Wharves, M.O, Omar Souleyman, Cate Le Bon, Nadia Rose, Akala, and many more. There's also some smashing local acts on the bill, like Katie Pham & The Moonbathers, James Ewan Tait, LOGS, and Sheffield's Sgt Pepper Project. All this for just £42 for the weekend!
See the full programme.
When the action outside on the main stages ends, the after-parties begin inside at o2 Academy, The Octagon, and Fusion and Foundry. Tramlines 2017 after-parties will feature grime MC Bugzy Malone, Sister Bliss (Faithless DJ Set), three-time MOBO winner Fuse ODG, garage royalty TQD and Artful Dodger, Austrian duo Camo & Krooked, The Streets’ Mike Skinner, drum and bass legends Marky and Zinc, and plenty more. After-party tickets are £12 per day or £20 for the weekend – more lineup announcements coming soon.
See the full after-party programme.
Come back soon for our top picks from the festival.