This time located at Sheffield’s Hillsborough Park, Tramlines has unveiled its 2018 headliners as Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Craig David’s TS5 and Stereophonics.
Alongside this comes the likes of Blossoms, Jake Bugg, The Sherlocks, The Magic Gang, Coasts, Pale Waves, Stereo Honey and more! It appears as though the inner city festival has reached a new level, this year boasting its biggest broadest and best line up.
“We are already excited to see what the new Leadmill stage has to offer”
Taking place on Friday 20th – Sunday 22nd July 2018, the festival is this year priding itself upon diversity in sound, represented genres include indie, rock and roll, garage, rap, pop and hip hop. This year their license grows to a huge 40,000 capacity alongside the addition of new stages and different features including comedy, cinema and family friendly interactions.
Stereophonics come to Sheffield as one of the country’s best live bands, latest album ‘Scream Above the Sounds’ will be well represented. Then it comes to ex-Oasis man Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, arguably coming off the back of 2017s best album in ‘Who Built The Moon?’ He is perhaps THE most famous name to grace the festival’s main stage, already it feels like his performance will be a weekend highlight.
We are already excited to see what the new Leadmill stage has to offer, named after the famous venue and curated on the Sunday by Jon McClure. You can already bet it will play host to some of the country’s most impressive new bands, an investment in which we as a blog find very much desirable.
We cant wait to also check out Blossoms, Jake Bugg and Reverend And The Makers alongside new talents in the form of The Magic Gang, Pale Waves and Gengahr.
Weekend tickets now cost only £59, check out the full line up at: www.tramlines.org.uk
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