This year’s Tramlines lineup is the biggest yet, so it might be a bit difficult to pick out who to see. Worry not, I’ve got you covered.
The Big Moon – Main Stage
The Big Moon always put on a good, energy filled show, and with the Mercury Nommed group opening up the main stage this year, there’s no reason to miss them.
Everything Everything – Main Stage
Everything Everything are one of the most experimental, consistent bands around right now, and their live shows are equally amazing. Not to be missed.
The Orielles – Leadmill Live Stage
Having released their brilliant debut album earlier this year, The Orielles are a perfect example of upbeat indie rock.
Blossoms – Main Stage
Quickly becoming one of the biggest names in indie music over the last few years, Blossoms will be sure to get the crowd going on Saturday evening.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Main Stage
It’s Noel Gallagher.
Mabel – T’Other Stage
One of the best new names in pop from the last few years, Mabel is bringing her R&B hits to Tramlines on Saturday afternoon.
The Seamonsters – T’Other Stage
One of the most exciting young bands in Sheffield at the mo, The Seamonsters open T’Other Stage on Sunday.
Pale Waves – T’Other Stage
One of the fastest rising indie bands at the moment, Pale Waves will bring their slick indie pop to T’Other Stage on Sunday.
De La Soul – Main Stage
Hip-Hop legends De La Soul will take to the stage on Sunday evening and are sure to put on a big, energy filled show.
Teleman – The Library Stage
Consistently brilliant and inventive, Teleman are bringing their synth driven indie sounds to the Library Stage on Sunday night.
Tickets for Tramlines are still available, with more info and the full lineup at http://tramlines.org.uk