Tramlines Festival is on track for another standout edition when it returns to Sheffield in July, with the metropolitan weekender now finalising its full 2017 lineup with the addition of Lady Leshurr and The Heatwave.
Tramlines Festival 2017 runs from Friday 21st July to Sunday 23rd July.
Fast rising the ranks of the UK’s urban scene thanks to her charming yet forthright lyricism, Lady Leshurr packs all the attributes to crank up the July heat when taking to the stage in Sheffield. Hoping to evoke a similar sun drenched atmosphere, dancehall duo The Heatwave bulk up the festival’s lineup with some seasoned globe-trotting dancefloor knowhow.
Further acts previously announced to appear include The Libertines, All Saints, Primal Scream, Kano, Metronomy, The Coral, The Pharcyde and Toots & The Maytals.
Moving away from its tradition of frequenting Sheffield’s various venues and club, Tramlines 2017 will see the festival stretch across three individual parks and green spaces located in the city. Along with the array of established bands and artists appearing over the weekend, a range of brand new arenas will provide a platform for emerging talent hoping to leave its mark on the festival.
You can view the full Tramlines 2017 lineup below.
Weekend and day tickets on sale now.
All Saints / Kano / Metronomy / Primal Scream / Toots & The Maytals
Akala / Cabbage / Cate Le Bon / Hot 8 Brass Band / Lady Leshurr / Loyle Carner / M.O / Nadia Rose / Omar Souleyman / The Coral / The Magic Gang / The Pharcyde / Twin Atlantic / We Are Scientists
The Age of LUNA / The Big Moon / Blaenavon / Bossy Love / Champion / Don Letts / Estrons / Flamingods / The Heatwave / Lucy Spraggan / Mista Silva / Ms Banks / Nubiyan Twist DJ set / Our Girl / Rachel Dadd / The Reflex / Spring King / Yorkston Thorne Khan
Alvarez Kings / Buffalo Skinners / Cattle & Cane / Fizzy Blood / Goat Girl / Goat Head / Jalen N'Gonda / James Tait / Jamie Isaac / Jerry Williams / John Joseph Brill / Katie Pham & The Moonbathers / Leroy / Liberty Ship / Little Robots / LOGS / Luxury Death / Matic Mouth / Mike Hughes / Neil McSweeney / Paul Littlewood / Reasons To Be Cheerful Soundsystem / Sheffield's Sgt Pepper Project / Souljam / The SSS / Thirsty Ear / UK Mondo / The Wharves