The Fringe brings music alive across Sheffield city centre

Although the Tramlines weekend is drawing to a close, the Fringe at Tramlines continued to attract revellers as the sound of music reverberated across Sheffield city centre.

Sunday, 21st July 2019, 19:59 pm
Updated Monday, 22nd July 2019, 13:06 pm
The Fringe at Tramlines. Crystal Bar. Picture Scott Merrylees

The Fringe, which returned for a second year following a successful launch in 2018, have seen a wide range of acts performing at several venues in the city.

It has been a busy but rather entertaining Sunday for the city folk as they enjoyed some of the highlights brought by The Fringe.

They included outdoor entertainment at The Fringe Stage at Devonshire Green, an 80s/90s disco at The Peace Gardens and Street Performers in Barker's Pool.

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Not only that, a traditional funfair was also set up on Fargate and dozens of pubs, clubs and venues across the city featuring bands, DJ's and performers over the Tramlines weekend.

The Fringe was created last year by Sheffield City Council and Sheffield BID with the backing of Tramlines Festival.

The Fringe at Tramlines. Picture Scott Merrylees
The Fringe at Tramlines. Winston Macabre at Devonshire Green. Picture Scott Merrylees
The Fringe at Tramlines. Street performance in Barkers Pool. Picture Scott Merrylees
The Fringe at Tramlines. Winston Macabre at Devonshire Green. Picture Scott Merrylees
The Fringe at Tramlines.Femur at The Frog and Parrot. Picture Scott Merrylees