Star Opinion: Get Lost In Music City

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Disco queens Sister Sledge summed it all up when they said Sheffield, like their global smash hit, will be Lost In Music.

And they were not just talking about tonight’s headline set when they belt out classics like We Are Family and He’s The Greatest Dancer on the Tramlines main stage in Devonshire Green.

The entire city centre has been turned into one of the world’s greatest weekend long music festivals.

Tramlines, in its sixth year, is on track to be another smash with superstars, national, regional and local artistes performing in pubs, clubs, on a Buskers Bus and every spare bit of land.

An estimated 500 acts, including 300 at free venues, and upwards of 100,000 music fans will show the world how to party and why Sheffield really is the music city of the north.

The biggest stage line up yet also includes Public Enemy, Katy B, The Cribs, Annie Mac, Ms Dynamite, Toddla T Sound, and many more.

Catch Veronica Falls, The Crookes and The Sherlocks...and you might even discover the next Arctic Monkeys at our ‘urban Glastonbury’.

So get your glad rags on, get to Sheffield and like Sister Sledge, get lost in music.