Fans planning to head to Sheffield’s Tramlines music festival later this month are urged to buy their tickets soon.
Tramlines bosses say weekend tickets are close to selling out.
A spokesman said: “Tramlines weekend tickets are getting very close to selling out.
“There will still be plenty of Saturday tickets, but weekend tickets are likely to sell out in the next few days.”
Weekend tickets are priced from £30, with day tickets priced from £23. Tickets are available from www.tramlines.org.uk
The festival sees more than 200 acts performing across dozens of venues across Sheffield from Friday to Sunday, July 24 to 26.
Many performances are free, although a ticket is needed to access certain venues, including the Sounds of Sheffield stage on Devonshire Green and the main stage at The Ponderosa in Upperthorpe.
Headline acts this year include include The Charlatans, Basement Jaxx, and Wu Tang Clan, with support from the likes of Billy Bragg, Buzzcocks, Martha Reeves and Sugarhill Gang.
Sarah Nulty, Tramlines director, said: “We knew we had to pull out something special to follow the likes of Public Enemy last year, and we think we’ve done it with 2015’s headliners.”