Tramlines is back and it’s bigger than ever

Tramlines organisers have put an end to the wait and have announced this year’s day splits and stages.

The festival makes a grand comeback this year with its biggest line-up to date including Two Door Cinema Club, Courteeners, Nile Rogers & CHIC, Manic Street Preachers and many other famous names.

Organisers have recently revealed their comedy line-up headlined by Phil Jupitus and Reginald D Hunter, which proved to be super successful in its launch at 2018.

Alex Deadman, Local and Regional PR Manager of the festival said: “It is very hard to pinpoint just one extra special part of the festival this year but we have developed the food area and we will be announcing lots of new elements to our family areas – things I am so excited about!”

This year the food area will be improved in partnership with Cutlery Works, Sheffield’s first and trendiest food halls, and Leah Griffiths, a spokesperson for The Milestone Group which owns the unique dining experience court, shares her excitement for the event.

The street food area at Tramlines 2019 will take its inspiration from the now-famous food hall, with communal seating and chilled out atmosphere, alongside an exciting array of street food vendors from the local area catering for meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans alike.

“Tramlines is a firmly established date in the Sheffield calendar and we are thrilled to be affiliated with such a busy event.

“We want Cutlery Works to be the first thing that people think of when they think of the food at Tramlines,” she adds.

As well as the new developments, many famous names will make the Tramlines once again set to throw Sheffield’s biggest ever party.

The festival will run from Friday July 19th until Sunday July 21st at Hillsborough Park and organisers hope to attract more than 30,000 people.

The Friday at Tramlines will kick-start a jam-packed weekend of incredible music with performances from Two Door Cinema Club and Manic Street Preachers as well as Circa Waves on The Main Stage.

The Saturday at Tramlines ramps up the proceedings several notches with highlight performances from Courteeners, Johnny Marr and Reverend and The Makers.

Traditionally the atmosphere on Sunday is a special one and this year it will be no different, with names such as Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Lewis Capaldi performing and comedians Phil Jupitus and Shappi Khorsandi giving the crowds something to laugh about.

This year fans would be able to purchase special day tickets at exclusive prices, which Alex says have very nearly sold out.

For more information about tickets and performers, visit their website or social media channels.

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