POP princess Pixie Lott and a host of other chart stars are on track for the Hallam FM stage at next weekend’s Tramlines - Sheffield’s biggest annual free music festival.
But, with thousands of people expected at this so-called ‘Urban Glastonbury’, there’s only one way to guarantee your entry.You need to win one of our 20 passes.
These Star prize passes will get you to the front of the queue and guarantee your place in the crowd for the Hallam FM main stage at Devonshire Green on the Saturday.
Mama Do, Turn It Up and Boys and Girls hitmaker Pixie Lott, aged 20, will be performing her latest single All About Tonight. Her highly anticipated second album will be released in the autumn.
Saturday headlines are indie rockers The Guillemots – the BRIT Award and Mercury Music Prize nominated band who had chart success with their single Get Over It and reached number nine in the album charts with second release, Red.
Sheffield’s Grammy Award- winning Eliot Kennedy has produced new albums for two acts also appearing on the Hallam FM stage – The Reason 4, with debut single Take It All, and Fame Academy star Alistair Griffin.
The Saturday line-up – with performances from 2.30pm to 9.45pm – also include singer-songwriter Nerina Pallot, 37, American recording artist and actor Joshua Radin, 36, country pop star Delta Maid, new UK girl band Duchess, Loick Essien, 6D, Rizzlekicks and Frank Music.
Tramlines is from Friday to Sunday, July 22 to 24, with hundreds of performances at 70 venues, also featuring indie-rockers Ash, Ms Dynamite, Shy FX, The Futureheads and Toddla T. There’s a Nokia ‘Unannounced Stage’ at Barkers Pool. See The Star’s special eight page guide on Thursday.
Anthony Gay, Hallam FM’s Station Director, said: “Supporting local events like the Tramlines Festival is at the heart of what Hallam FM is all about and we’re proud to play our part in delivering this free concert to the city.
“This is a major event in Sheffield and we get to bring some fantastic acts to the Hallam FM stage and catch up face to face with our listeners. We love it.”
For a chance to win a pair of guaranteed entry wrist bands to the Hallam FM stage on the Saturday, enter our free draw by deadline on Tuesday at 10am.
Text STA then leave a space followed by RED1. Send your full name, house number and postcode to 61500.
Texts cost £1 plus your standard network charge. This will be charged to your mobile phone bill. Get the bill payer’s permission. Do not text after deadline as you may still be charged and your entry will not be entered into our draw.
Or enter for free online, where you will find full terms and conditions, at www.thestar.co.uk/lifestyle/competitions. Usual SNL terms and conditions apply.
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