TV comedy stars including Sheffield's own John Shuttleworth and German comedy ambassador Henning Wehn will join the likes of Noel Gallagher and Stereophonics at this year’s Tramlines festival in Sheffield.
Belly laughs as part of the event's first ever comedy bill will also be provided by other TV and touring names Bethany Black, Tom Stade, Tom Wrigglesworth, Jarred Christmas and Dana Alexander.
Newly announced music acts include Tokio Myers, Tom Grennan, Rae Morris, Teleman, Everly Pregnant Brothers, Black Honey, Palace, Honeyblood, Flamingods, King No-One, Pins & lots more.
Celebrating 10 years of Tramlines, the all-encompassing Sheffield festival is keen to emphasis local talent at the milestone event, taking place at its new home in Hillsborough Park from Friday to Sunday, July 20 to 22.
It will feature a mix of styles and sounds from Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Craig David’s TS5, Clean Bandit, Blossoms, De La Soul, Jake Bugg, Shed Seven, The Sherlocks, Reverend and The Makers, Milburn, Everything Everything, Stefflon Don, Mystery Jets and more.
BUY TICKETS: Tickets for the 10th Tramlines Festival have been selling fast. They’re now on sixth release costing £79 plus booking fee for a weekend ticket, covering all three days and are available from www.tramlines.org.uk.
Now held across one site, Tramlines will deliver a wide array of entertainment for the celebratory event across four stages a pop-up cinema, a kids and family area, local breweries, party DJs, cool production and much more besides.
The comedy offering at Tramlines is an exceptional one with TV regular and much-loved standup Henning Wehn, Sheffield’s own fictional singer-songwriter John Shuttleworth, "Britain's only goth, lesbian, transsexual comedian” Bethany Black, Canadian and Mock the Week star Tom Stade, and Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Tom Wrigglesworth.
More rib ticklers come from Jarred Christmas, Dana Alexander, Daisy Earl and others who can be found taking over the Leadmill Stage by day at Tramlines for those seeking an alternative form of entertainment.
Chief amongst the latest musical additions is Tokio Myers - a London musician and pianist and winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2017 who released his debut album to great acclaim at the end of last year. Plus Guardian One To Watch Tom Grennan who headlines the Leadmill Stage on Sunday at Tramlines as part of 'The Reverend Jon McClure presents’ lineup, with his unique “polished pop-soul with a wideboy touch”.
The much-loved Sheffield band, Everly Pregnant Brothers, will also play with their ukuleles and a lethal line in lyrics with covers of anything from Coldplay to Kings of Leon. This must be seen to be believed!
For its 10th year, Tramlines remains dedicated to showcasing breaking talent over its genre spanning lineup. Further highlights include Rae Morris, a major label singer/songwriter whose second album ‘Someone Out There’ has produced singles like ‘Reborn’ and ‘Dot It’ and confirms she is one of the most accomplished talents in her field; indie-pop stars Teleman, indie-rock trio Little Comets, cult shoegaze and girl pop combo Black Honey, London-based alt blues/rock band, Palace, the high octane live duo Honeyblood, international psych explorers Flamingods, and the ambitious and hotly tipped local band King No-One.
Year on year, Tramlines remains one of the largest and most popular inner-city music festivals in the country. Its new home – licensed for up to 40,000 people - is just 13 minutes from the city centre by tram meaning it remains as accessible as before. The larger space can accommodate even more music lovers and can offer a wider range of world class headliners as well as plenty of exciting emerging acts and lots of great entertainment for all the family to enjoy.
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