After a very successful and sold out Tramlines last year, it is back with yet another triumph line-up. We are over the moon to announce a Tramlines line-up which will see Sam Fender, Kasabian and Madness headline the main stage.

Of course, that’s not all because The Wombats, Sigrid, The Vaccines, James, Becky Hill, Jade Bird, Sports Team, Inhaler, Orla Gartland plus special The Coral and Shed Seven will be on hand to get you going early doors.

Reverend and the Makers will be making their long-awaited return to Tramlines along with local legends The Everly Pregnant Brothers and Little Man Tate, so meet them at the Main Stage for a big knees up on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Rotherham born pop solo artist, Self Esteem also joins us on Saturday night.

There will be everything that you need at Hillsborough Park Sheffield across the Tramlines weekend including food traders, bars and water points.

Due to the phenomenal demand for tickets, the Weekend tickets are now sold out but if you have already acquired one, it will allow those aged 13 and above to access Tramlines for the whole weekend. Day tickets are still available and allow those aged 13 and above to access Tramlines for the day sated on the ticket.

Whilst VIP Weekend tickets are also sold out, Day tickets can still be upgraded which will allow you to enjoy a number of VIP perks which will include a VIP arena, VIP food concessions, a VIP bar and a VIP seating area.

There is not a better value three day festival in the country and that is reflected in the price of the tickets. Day tickets are £60, VIP day tickets are £80, Kids weekend (5-12) are £10, Kids weekend (under 4) are just £3 as are the Kids day tickets and for the under 4’s, it is an unbelievable £1. All tickets attract a booking fee.



Date Venue
Fri 8th Hillsborough Park Sheffield
Sat 9th Hillsborough Park Sheffield
Sun 10th Hillsborough Park Sheffield

Tickets are now on sale