Organisers are celebrating after super-earlybird tickets for Sheffield’s inner-city Tramlines music festival sold out in record time.
A limited number of weekend tickets for the three-day festival were put on sale at the end of September, priced £20 –but have now sold out.
Sarah Nulty, festival director, said: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the response from fans so far.
“The team are hard at work behind closed doors putting 2015’s lineup together, and we can’t wait to share the news with you.
“We’ve already got some really exciting acts lined up, and I’m sure that 2015 is going to be our biggest party yet.”
Tramlines 2015 – featuring music performances at stages across Sheffield, including Devonshire Green, The Leadmill, Corporation and Endcliffe Park – takes place from Friday to Sunday, July 24 to 26.
Standard earlybird tickets are now available , priced £25, from www.tramlines.org.uk
These will remain available until the first acts are announced at the start of February, when full-price tickets will be put on sale, priced £30.
A festival spokeswoman said: “The passes will give ticket-holders access to all three days of Tramlines, which returns for its seventh year.
“ The 2015 event comes hot on the heels of Tramlines’ biggest year yet, with performances from Public Enemy, Sister Sledge, The Cribs, Katy B and more than 200 other artists having made 2014’s festival a truly unforgettable weekend.”
New acts have been added to the line up for a Sheffield summer music festival.
Tickets are now on sale for Mosborough Music Festival , which takes place on Saturday, June 6.
The Assist, Britpop anthems tribute band Marquis Drive and Sheffield ska band Jungle Lion, as well as rising Sheffield band The Carousel – a quartet of teenagers