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Sheffield’s Tramlines reveals latest acts

Screaming Maldini, left to right drummer Tim Walker, bassist Annie Rushworth, lead singer and guitarist Nick Cox, vocalist Gina Walters, keyboard player Johnny Cornish and trumpeter Ben Hoblyn, feature on Tramlines 2013 free download album.

Screaming Maldini, left to right drummer Tim Walker, bassist Annie Rushworth, lead singer and guitarist Nick Cox, vocalist Gina Walters, keyboard player Johnny Cornish and trumpeter Ben Hoblyn, feature on Tramlines 2013 free download album.

Sheffield Cathedral is the stage for a special performance by a city band - backed by a full choir - during Tramlines festival.

Screaming Maldini are to perform in the venue on Saturday night as part of a raft of new artists that have been revealed.

The announcement also confirmed The Rifles, Simian Mobile Disco, Ms Dynamite and Funeral For A Friend were to perform at the popular urban festival from July 25-27.

A spokesman said: “Tramlines is proud to announce another brilliant batch of acts to its 2014 festival bill.

“For live music lovers, the stunning Sheffield Cathedral will be host on Saturday night to a very special performance from local band Screaming Maldini who’ll perform with a full choir exclusively for Tramlines.”

Hip hop artists Ms Dynamite is making her third return to Tramlines by playing the main stage at Devonshire Green on Saturday.

Simian Mobile Disco are to take their house and techno act to The Foundy on the same night.

London indie rockers The Rifles will join The Cribs on stage on the Sunday.

Welsh post-hardcore group Funeral For A Friend are currently out on a sold-out UK tour and will play at the Corporation nightclub on Sunday.

Other new acts announced are Sivu, Melé ft Slick Don, LONE, Rodney P & Skitz, Shift K3Y and Slow Club .

Advance weekend tickets for Tramlines are on sale now from.gigantic.com at £28 plus 10% booking fee.

Tickets will also be available for sale on the door for £16 per day, or £48 for all three days.

 

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