Tickets for this year's Tramlines Festival in Sheffield will cost £6 per day. Last year more than 150,000 people attended the event.
We are really proud of this year’s line up and I think fans will agree that we’ve come back stronger than ever. We’ve got loads more in the pipeline to announce. Every year we put on literally hundreds of acts across the whole of the city so this is just the start.
A few changes this year, the biggest being the introduction of a one off door charge of £6 per day, but we still have loads of free music and areas for people to enjoy. We’ve increased the capacity for Toddla, added a new stage and really enhanced our fringe.
Tramlines really is a festival like no other. We give music fans a chance to see their favourite artists for just £6 a day. I’d say we are the best value festival out there and I can’t wait for the festival weekend now – things are really gearing up.
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