Tramlines Festival Reveals Phase 1 Line Up: Sea Girls, Lewis Capaldi, Oddity Road, Easy Life

Sheffield’s biggest ever party,Tramlines Festival, has announced the first wave of acts to play its 11th edition from Friday 19th – Sunday 21st July at Hillsborough Park. Headliners include Two Door Cinema Club (Friday), Courteeners (Saturday) and Nile Rodgers & Chic (Sunday), plus a slew of other top talent in the form of Manic Street Preachers, Rag’n’Bone Man, Doves, Happy Mondays, Reverend and The Makers, Miles Kane, Circa Waves, Lewis Capaldi, Shame, Peter Hook & The Light, The Rifles, Sleeper, Sea Girls, Clean Cut Kid, Sports Team, Easy Life, Everly Pregnant Brothers and dozens more. With a capacity of 30,000 and a site spanning four stages of music, a soon-to-be-announced comedy line up, an improved family friendly area and the finest street food traders, Tramlines 2019 is already shaping up to top its mammoth 10th birthday bash last year with 50% of tickets already sold out. Weekend tickets are exceptionally good value priced from £65.50 plus booking fee and are available from www.tramlines.org.uk.  

Tramlines Operations Director, Timm Cleabsy commented:

“Following on from the amazing party that was our tenth birthday, we’ve been working hard to make the festival even better and to find artists that we’re excited about. I think we have some great artists this year that span generations. Courteeners, Chic, Rag’n’Bone Man, The Manics, Miles Kane are all on my must-see list and there are more to come too, including, as usual, some great Sheffield favourites and new talent. I can’t wait it’s going to be awesome and I hope everyone will join us for Sheffield’s Biggest Party.”

At Tramlines 2019, crowds will be in indie, rock and disco heaven when it welcomes three heavy hitting headliners: Two Door Cinema Club, Courteeners, and Nile Rodgers & Chic. Expect crowd-pleasing tracks such as ‘What You Know’, ‘Not Nineteen Forever’ and ‘Everybody Dance’ respectively, when these acts take to the Tramlines Main Stage.

Other highlight performances will come from Wales’ finest, the Manic Street Preachers with an impressive 13-albums worth of material; Rag’n’Bone Man with his unique, soulful tones that appear in a fresh new setting on latest single ‘Giant’ with Calvin Harris; the highly anticipated return of indie outfit Doves after a nine year hiatus; Madchester scene leaders Happy Mondays; Sheffield heavyweights Reverend and The Makers; co-frontman of the Last Shadow Puppets Miles KaneCirca Waves who are back with third album ‘What’s It Like Over There’; Brits Critics’ Choice Award nominee Lewis Capaldi; hedonistic South-London four-piece Shame, and Peter Hook & The Light who’ll be performing New Order’s ‘Technique’ and ‘Republic’ live plus Joy Division material.

This comes alongside some of the finest UK emerging talents: the BBC Sound Of 2019 nominated Sea Girls; Liverpool four-piece Clean Cut KidSports Team whose new track ‘M5’ was premiered by Annie Mac on Radio 1 only last week, and Easy Life who made it into Radio X’s Best New Bands for 2019 list.

The breaking talent list continues with whenyoung, Another Sky, Anteros, Bloxx, Hey Charlie, Bedroom High Club, and flying the flag for Sheffield and South Yorkshire, Casey Lowry, Oddity Road, The Reytons, The Wired, The Seamonsters, Cora Pearl, and Children Of The State.

Whilst the Tramlines line up gets bigger each year, it remains seriously good value for money. Tickets are now on third tier and priced from £65.50 plus booking fee for all three days. VIP upgrade tickets are available for an additional £50 granting access to the private VIP area situated right next to the main stage with private bars, food stalls and toilets. Under 12s go for free. For full ticketing info, visit www.tramlines.org.uk.


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