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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

While the main event takes over Hillsborough Park this Tramlines weekend, in the city centre Devonshire Green and the Peace Gardens are gearing up to host the official Fringe at Tramlines.

Devonshire Green
The Devonshire Green stage will be showcasing an array of world music and local talent over the weekend. Saturday’s lineup will include Captain Avery & The Cosmetic Triceratops Of intergalactic Peace, a collective playing a mix of cosmic afrobeat, intergalactic highlife, celestial Balkan, space shanties, tropical punk, psychedelic funk and mutant discotheque. Sunday’s lineup includes the Sheffield Beatles Project, a group of some of Sheffield’s finest musicians who pay homage to the fab four’s seminal albums. To complement the UEFA Women’s Euro 22 taking place in the city, the stage will also focus on highlighting female artists and DJs.

Peace Gardens
Hosted by Radio Sheffield’s Sile Sabanda, the family-friendly Peace Gardens Stage will host an eclectic array of DJs on the Saturday and Sunday of Tramlines. Dorian Cox of Sheffield’s Long Blondes fame will be manning the decks on Saturday afternoon. Henry from The Orielles will be there on Sunday, as well as Emily Pilbeam from BBC Introducing for all your new music needs.

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