TramlinesTramlines, Sheffield's premier festival, is set to make a triumphant return in 2024 with a stellar lineup and its most significant first announcement to date. Taking place from July 26th to 28th at Hillsborough Park, the festival boasts three main stage headliners: Paolo Nutini on Friday, Jamie T on Saturday, and Snow Patrol on Sunday, each making their debut at the 40,000-capacity event.

The line up features additional headline support from Bombay Bicycle Club, Tom Grennan, and a highly anticipated performance by Sheffield legends The Human League, marking their first UK show of the year. The second stage, T'Other Stage, showcases The Charlatans, Holly Humberstone, and Yard Act as headliners.

A diverse range of artists graces the stage, from Annie Mac, Maximo Park, The Snuts, and Example to spoken word artist Anthony Szmierek and indie-pop stars The Magic Gang. The festival's unique announcement strategy involved sending miniature bottles of Sheffield's renowned Henderson's Relish to reveal the artist names, adding to the overall excitement.

Tramlines prides itself on being Sheffield's Biggest Party, showcasing not only established and headline talents but also emerging and local artists. The festival won the 'Best Festival For Emerging Talent' at the 2023 UK Festival Awards. Rising stars like Dylan John Thomas, Sprints, and Flowerovlove are set to captivate audiences, along with Sheffield's first Poet Laureate and hip-hop artist, Otis Mensah.

The 2024 lineup aims to represent the best of Sheffield, featuring artists like MC and producer Coco, The Leadmill Studio Orchestra, and the Everly Pregnant Brothers.

The festival's Operations Director, Timm Cleasby, expresses delight in securing headliners like Paolo Nutini and acknowledges the tremendous support from the people of Sheffield, emphasizing the festival's commitment to the city.

Timm Cleasby also highlights a new five-year deal with Sheffield City Council, ensuring the festival's future and ongoing collaboration to enhance Hillsborough Park. The festival's success in overcoming challenges in 2023 and the overwhelming support from the Sheffield community set the stage for another unforgettable Tramlines experience. The festival's ticket presale, launching on Thursday, has seen significant sign-ups, and Tramlines continues to evolve as a cultural landmark in Sheffield.

Line Up

Tramlines line up

Ticket Information

The 24 hour ticket Presale will go live on Thursday 25th January at 12pm. A limited number of Weekend tickets will be available from £130 + booking fees. Day tickets will also be available from only £45 + booking fees. Festival goers are advised to sign up for the Presale as this will be the best opportunity to secure a Tramlines 2024 ticket, with over 20,000 sign ups so far, demand is already huge. Final remaining tickets will be available in the General Sale on Friday 26th January at 12pm.