Tickets sold for Sheffield’s popular Tramlines music festival this summer will raise cash for a mental health charity.
Non-profit organisation Party For The People is now stocking tickets for the weekend event and is to donate a portion of booking fees to charity Sheffield Mind.
DJ Annie Mac and acts Public Enemy, Katy B and The Cribs are already lined up for the festival.
A spokesman for Tramlines said: “The two companies have opted to work alongside Sheffield Mind, meaning every time a festival ticket is purchased from the website, help will be provided to those with mental health issues from all around the city.”
Sheffield Mind offers counselling, one-to-one support, social cafes, groups and information to people with mental health problems.
Advance weekend tickets are on sale now from www.partyforthepeople.org
They cost £28 plus a 10 per cent booking fee to purchase.