WIN: Tramlines 2018 day tickets - chance to see Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher, Craig David and more

Tramlines has announced a limited number of day tickets to Sheffield's biggest music festival this weekend featuring Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher and Craig David - we have 15 Pairs to give away!

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Wednesday, 18th July 2018, 1:21 pm
Craig David headlines Sunday, July 22

That's five pairs for each day of this spectacular event, featuring the likes of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Stereophonics and Craig David, celebrating its 10th birthday at its new Hillsborough Park Home from Friday to Sunday, July 20 to 22.

GUARANTEE YOUR DAY TICKETS: Take the chance out of it and guarantee your day tickets - buy today while stocks last. Friday and Sunday day tickets are £39.50, Saturday day tickets £45 - booking fees may apply. The last few weekend tickets - to get you in ll three day - are also still available priced £79 plus booking fee. For tickets visit www.tramlines.org.uk.

This week - Monday to Wednesday - we have been looking ahead to the weekend's highlights and stage times by giving lucky music fans the chance to win day tickets. We have five pairs for each day.

We have already launched free prize draw competitions to win tickets for Friday and Saturday. Today we are giving you the chance to win day tickets for the final day, Sunday.

You can still enter all three separate competitions - entry details and links below - but get a move on. The deadline for all three competitions is 7pm TONIGHT (Wed, July 18).

Our five winners for SUNDAY JULY 22 day tickets will get to see headliner Craig David presents TS5 plus Sheffield's own latest Radio 1 stars The Sherlocks and the likes of Jake Bugg, De La Soul, Tokio Myers, Sheffield's Steve Edwards and band Universal Tree and the city's own comedy legend John Shuttleworth.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds headline the Tramlines main stage on Saturday, July 21

Reverend and the Makers star Jon McClure has curated The Leadmill Live Stage headlined by new chart sensation Tom Grennan and also featuring hotly tipped bands including Sheffield' own Sophie and the Giants and Sheafs.

The UK Festival Award-winning event has also announced stage times - meaning festival goers can plan in advance and never miss their favourite bands. Visit www.tramlines.org.uk/line-up.

This year's festival lineup also includes Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Stereophonics, Clean Bandit, Blossoms, Reverend and the Makers, Milburn, Everly Pregnant Brothers, Everything Everything, Redfaces, Bang Bang Romeo and TV comedy stars such as Henning Wehn.

Due to the unprecedented demand for day tickets and with support from Sheffield City Council and the licensing authorities, Tramlines is now able to put a very limited amount of Friday, Saturday and Sunday day tickets on sale.

Have A Nice Day - win Tramlines day tickets to see Stereophonics headline the main stage on Friday, July 20

The tenth edition of Tramlines Festival is special one. Now a greenfield festival held in one location, it features its biggest line up yet.

Year on year, Tramlines remains one of the largest and most popular inner-city music festivals in the country.

WIN A PAIR OF DAY TICKETS FOR SUNDAY, JULY 22

Here are Sunday acts and stage times.

Tramlines Main Stage: Craig David presents TS5 (7.30pm); De La Soul (5.45pm); Tokio Myers (4.30pm); The Sherlocks (3.30pm); Naaz (2.30pm); Universal Tree (1.30pm); Mr Motivator(12.30pm).

T'Other Stage: Jake Bugg (7.45pm); Shed Seven (6pm); Pale Waves (4.45pm); Little Comets (3.30pm); Gengahr (2.45pm); Nina Nesbitt (1.45pm); The Seamonsters (12.45pm).

The Leadmill Live Stage (The Reverend Jon McClure presents): Tom Grennan (7.45pm); Spring King (6.30pm); Sophie and the Giants (5.30pm); Sheafs (4.30pm).

The Leadmill Comedy: John Shuttleworth (2.55pm); Bethany Black (2.30pm); Tom Wigglesworth (2.05pm); Jarred Christmas(1.35pm); Tanya Lee Davis (1.15pm); Jonathan Mayor MC.

The Library Stage: Teleman (7.45pm); Black Honey (6.45pm); Pins (5.45pm); Hers (4.45pm); Lily Moorer (3.45pm); Feet (2.30pm); The Golden Age of TV (1.45pm); IMI (12.45pm).

Into The Trees: Circus Skillls, do you dare walk the tight wire? Village screen presents, new pop up cinema; Nice Like Rice Sunday DJs, A Sheffield collective of music & food lovers bringing some disco & house flavours to your Tramlines takeaway; Responsible Fishing, be inspired by the natural landscape and use foraged materials to create art.

For a chance to win one of five pairs for Sunday, July 22 enter our free prize draw by submitting your name and contact details on our secure web form - CLICK HERE.

Or follow @GW1962 on Twitter and retweet any of his #JPcompTSUN tweets.

SEE BELOW FOR TO WIN TICKETS FOR FRIDAY, JULY 20 AND SATURDAY, JULY 21 PLUS TERMS AND CONDITIONS

WIN A PAIR OF DAY TICKETS FOR FRIDAY, JULY 20

Our first five winners really will Have A Nice Day - just like the title track of one of the global hits of rock superstars Stereophonics, headline openers at Tramlines on Friday, July 20.

Here are other Friday highlights and stage times.

Tramlines Main Stage: Stereophonics (8.15om); Milburn (6.30pm); Everything Everything, (5.15pm); The Big Moon (4.15pm); Saint Petersburg (3.30pm).

The Leadmill Live Stage: Mystery Jets (8pm); The Magic Gang (6.30pm); The Orielles (5.15pm); High Hazels (4.15pm); Oddity Road (3.30pm).

The Library Stage: Hot Ashes (8.30pm); The Spitfires (7.15pm); The RPM's (6pm); Lacuna Bloom (4.45pm); The Kicklips (3.45pm).

Into The Trees: Club Tropicana, 80s pop, disco and timeless anthems all night long; Village screen presents, new pop up cinema.

For a chance to win one of five pairs for the Friday enter our free prize draw by submitting your name and contact details on our secure web form - CLICK HERE.

Or follow @GW1962 on Twitter and retweet any of his #JPcompTFRI tweets.

Deadline for all three day ticket competitions is Wednesday, July 18, 2018, at 7pm.

WIN A PAIR OF DAY TICKETS FOR SATURDAY, JULY 21

Our five winners of SATURDAY JULY 21 day tickets will get the chance to see an amazing line-up including Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Clean Bandit, Blossoms, Reverend and the Makers, Everly Pregnant Brothers and hotly tipped local bands including Redfaces, Bang Bang Romeo.

Here are Saturday highlights and stage times.

Tramlines Main Stage: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds (8.30pm); Blossoms (6.45pm); Reverend and the Makers (5.30pm); Coasts (4.30pm); Everly Pregnant Brothers (3.30pm); Redfaces (2.30pm); Bang Bang Romeo (1.30pm); Rhythm Of The 90s (12.30pm).

T'Other Stage: Clean Bandit (8.30pm); Stefflon Don (7.15pm); Mabel (5.45pm); Fickle Friends (4.30pm); Mullally (3.45pm); Patawawa (2.45pm); Polo (12.45pm).

The Leadmill Live Stage: Ratboy (8.45pm); Palace (7.30pm); Neon Waltz (6.30pm); Stereo Honey (5.30pm); Wulfman Fury (4.30pm).

The Leadmill Comedy: Henning Wehn (3.30pm); Tom Stade (2.35pm); Dana Alexander (2.15pm); Daisy Earl (2.05pm); Foxdog Studios (1.15pm); Barbara Nice (1.35pm); Dan Nightingale MC.

The Library Stage: Rae Morris (7.15pm); Honeyblood (6.15pm); Flamingods (5.15pm); King No-One (4.15pm); Self-Esteem (3.15pm); Kadija Kamara (2.15pm); Little Grace (1.15pm).

Into The Trees: Village screen presents, new pop up cinema; Responsible Fishing, be inspired by the natural landscape and use foraged materials to create art; Circus Skillls, do you dare walk the tight wire? Or try your hand at juggling and acrobatics; The Cool Beans Roadshow Mea DJ Party: Saturday DJs Think Vic & Bob with decks and a mixer.

For a chance to win one of five pairs for the Saturday, July 21 enter our free prize draw by submitting your name and contact details on our secure web form - CLICK HERE.

Or follow @GW1962 on Twitter and retweet any of his #JPcompTSAT tweets.

Deadline for all three day ticket competitions is Wednesday, July 18, 2018, at 7pm.

Transport not included. Usual Johnston Press rules, terms and conditions apply see www.johnstonpress.co.uk/competitionYour data will be shared securely between Johnston Press and Tramlines for the purposes of alerting our winners and distributing prizes. We respect your privacy and your details will not be used for any other purpose than that for which you have given consent.

TRAMLINES FESTIVAL TEN YEARS LINEUP

Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Craig David’s TS5, Clean Bandit, Blossoms, De La Soul, Milburn, Jake Bugg, Shed Seven, Everything Everything, Reverend and The Makers, Tokio Myers, The Sherlocks, Stefflon Don, Mystery Jets, Rat Boy, Tom Grennan, Mabel, The Big Moon, Fickle Friends, The Magic Gang, Coasts, Rae Morris, Teleman, Pale Waves, Little Comets, Gengahr, Black Honey, Palace, Honeyblood, Nina Nesbitt, RedFaces, Flamingods, King No-One, The Orielles, Neon Waltz, Pins, Naaz, Sheafs, Her’s, Self Esteem, Bobii Lewis, Mullally, Bang Bang Romeo, Stereo Honey, Lily Moore, Feet, High Hazels, Oddity Road, Wulfman Fury, Patawawa, SeaMonsters, Sophie and the Giants, Sheafs, Imi, Kadija Kamara, Little Grace, Polo, Saint Petersburg, The Golden Age of TV, Universal Tree.

Extra entertainment: Everly Pregnant Brothers, Mr Motivator, Rhythm of the 90sComedy: Henning Wehn, John Shuttleworth, Bethany Black, Tom Stade, Tom Wrigglesworth, Jarred Christmas, Dana Alexander, Daisy Earl, Tanyalee Davis, FoxDog Studios, Barbara Nice, Dan Nightingale MC, Jonathan Mayor MC