Tramlines have announced that The Libertines, Metronomy and All Saints will be topping the bill for this year’s festival.
The line-up has been described by the organisers as the biggest yet. They’ve also booked the likes of The Coral, Twin Atlantic, Toots & the Maytals, Loyle Carner, Cabbage, Spring King, We Are Scientists and The Magic Gang.
The Libertines, Metronomy, All Saints, The Coral, Twin Atlantic, Toots & the Maytals, Loyle Carner, Akala, Cabbage, Cate Le Bon, Don Letts, Hot 8 Brass Band, M.O, Nadia Rose, Omar Souleyman, The Pharcyde, Spring King, We Are Scientists, Alvarez Kings, Blaenavon, Bossy Love, Estrons, Fizzy Blood, Goat Girl, Jalen N’Gonda, John Joseph Brill, Lucy Spraggon, Mike Hughes, Sheffield’s SGT Pepper Project, The Age Of Luna, The Magic Gang, The Wharves, Yorskton Thorne Khan
Tramlines 2017 is the festival’s ninth year and will be completely revamped. It will now be an exclusively outdoor event, with Devonshire Green, The Main Stage at Ponderosa Park and the Folk Forest at Endcliffe Park, taking over the duties that venues across the cities have had in previous years.
Tramlines Festival will take place between July 21 & 23 2017, across Sheffield City Centre. Tickets are available now, and can be bought here.