Tramlines is a multi-genre city festival in the English city of Sheffield. Every year, the festival takes over the city's parkland, bars and music venues for a weekend of live music and club nights.
Welcoming artists from the worlds of rock, indie, hip-hop, house, techno and more, recent editions have seen the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Basement Jaxx, Annie Mac and Catfish and the Bottlemen perform.
Organised by a selection of local promoters, organisations and venues, Tramlines has become a figurehead not just for the city, but also for the English music scene, showing off the regions most creative and diverse musical talents.
Sheffield is a city in northern England. Sitting within the Peak District National Park, the city's rich industrial history contrasts perfectly with the surrounding countryside.
BY PLANE: Doncaster Robin Hood Airport is the closest main airport to Sheffield and is around an hours train journey or a half hour taxi ride. Simply take a bus to Doncaster Train Station before boarding a service onto Sheffield.
BY TRAIN: Sheffield has good rail links with the rest of the UK, including major cities such as London, Birmingham and Manchester, with many services running direct.
BY COACH: Similarly, National Express and Megabus operate services to and from Sheffield to most parts of the UK.
Children aged 12 and under will be able to attend the festival for free when in possession of an Under 12's ticket. These must be ordered in advance alongside an adult ticket purchase. Under 5s will not require a wristband.
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