Promising to be Sheffield’s largest display of both large and undiscovered talent – Tramlines is back in the fields of Hillsborough Park for 2024 with what some would describe as one of their best line-ups to date. 

Featuring headlining acts such as Scotland’s pride and joy Paolo Nutini, indie rapping sensation Jamie T and noughties’ icons Snow Patrol – there is an overwhelming display of large-scale acts taking to the main stage over the course of the 3 days. 

However, it is crucial to note that whilst there are many established icons entertaining the masses – there are equally an abundance of more lesser-known artists waiting to be discovered as your new favourite artist/ group. Tramlines serves as a essential platform in the North for undiscovered talent, offering them the opportunity to showcase their skills to a larger audience. By providing a stage alongside established artists, the festival not only exposes these up-and-coming acts to new fans but also helps to foster a supportive and collaborative music community. It’s a chance for these talented individuals to gain recognition and take their careers to the next level.

Some of our favourite stand-out artists to catch over the weekend include The Mysterines, Corella, Peace, English Teacher, Balancing Act, The Magic Gang and Willie J Healey. One thing to note about the iconic Tramlines festival is that is never fails to provide the greatest diversity of artists over its weekend stay at Hillsborough Park. 

The full (musical) line up includes: 

Paolo Nutini, Jamie T, Snow Patrol, Bombay Bicycle Club, Tom Grennan, The Human League, The Charlatans, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Miles Kane, Soft Play, Holly Humberstone, The Snuts, Annie Mac, Example, Yard Act, Maximo Park (and special guests TBA), The View, Dylan John Thomas, The Mysterines, Corella, Sprints, Jazzy, Nieve Ella, English Teacher, Coco, The Magic Gang, Antony Szmierek, Flowerovlove, Been Stellar, Coach Party, Bedroom High Club, Cucamaras, Balancing Act, Otis Mesah, City Parking, Franz Von, Kdot, Cameron Hayes, Matilda Shakes, Mary In The Junkyard, Mitch Santiago, Harriet Rose, Abs, Mica Sefia, Rumbi Tauro, JXK, DJ Kyla C, Everly Pregnant Brothers, The Leadmill Studio Orchestra, Newdad, Willie J Healey, 86Tvs, Folly Group, Lime Garden, Phillipa Zawe, Creeping Jean, Static Lives.

Tickets and full details over at: Line Up – Tramlines Festival 2024

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Words: Holly Pilmottt

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