Tramlines fever has flooded Sheffield with tens of thousands of music-lovers this weekend in what organisers say was their ‘best ever’ festival.
Hundreds of acts thrilled audiences at stages across the city, from folk music in the calm of Endcliffe Park to DJs at packed nightspots, in the full weekend of entertainment.
Some bars and food venues sold out as crowds attended from across the country to create a bustling party atmosphere.
Sarah Nulty, festival director, said full ticket sales would be calculated with venues later this week, but more than 15,000 people had gone through the Devonshire Green main stage before 9pm on Saturday alone.
She said: “I think this has probably been the best Tramlines yet in terms of atmosphere. It’s been an amazing festival.
Video footage by Julia Armstrong and Ellen Beardmore.
* See The Star tomorrow for six pages of photographs and reports from Tramlines.