Tramlines 2019 is just over a week away, and a wide variety of acts are going to be hitting Hillsborough Park in Sheffield on 19th-21st July! Here are my Top 5 picks for each day of the weekend.
Manic Street Preachers – 6:30pm, Main Stage
The Iconic Welsh band will bring their anthemic indie classics to the Main Stage on Friday Evening. Not to be missed.
Two Door Cinema Club – 8:15pm, Main Stage
The Northern Irish Indie icons will be headlining the Friday night of Tramlines, bringing tracks from their latest album ‘False Alarm’ alongside their biggest hits to Hillsborough Park.
The Seamonsters – 4:15pm, Leadmill Stage
The Seamonsters are one of the fastest rising bands in Sheffield at the moment, and will surely rise up the Tramlines line-up in years to come, so catch them here while you can.
Circa Waves – 5:15pm, Main Stage
Circa Waves will being their summery brand of indie rock to the Tramlines Main Stage on Friday evening.
The Futureheads – 8pm, Leadmill Stage
Sunderland legends The Futureheads are back! Catch them closing the Leadmill Stage on Friday with their punky, riff-filled set.
Miles Kane – 4:30pm, Main Stage
One half of The Last Shadow Puppets and an Indie icon in his own right, Miles will be hitting the Main Stage on Saturday afternoon.
Reverend and the Makers – 5:45pm, Main Stage
Reverend and The Makers are Sheffield legends at this point. Their Tramlines set last year was pure madness and drew an enormous crowd, expect more of the same this year.
Johnny Marr – 7pm, Main Stage
It’s Johnny Fuckin Marr.
Anteros – 2:30pm, T’Other Stage
Upcoming indie-pop four piece Anteros recently released their debut album ‘When we Land’ and will be bringing it’s anthemic indie bops to T’other Stage on Saturday Afternoon/
The Japanese House – 7:15pm, Library Stage
A set filled with smooth, groovy indie pop is what to expect from The Japanese House, closing the Library Stage on Saturday night.
Happy Mondays – 1:30pm, Main Stage
90s Icons Happy Mondays will be taking to the Main stage as special guests on Sunday afternoon.
Lewis Capaldi – 4:45pm, Main Stage
One of the biggest names in Pop right now, Lewis will be bringing his ballads and bops to the Main Stage on Sunday afternoon.
Doves – 7:45pm, T’Other Stage
Another indie reunion comes from Doves, who will be headlining T’Other stage on Sunday night.
Guest Singer – 2:45pm, Library Stage
Jake Cope aka Guest Singer is a real rising name in indie pop, and will bring his polished tunes to the Library stage on Sunday afternoon.
Nile Rodgers & Chic – 7:45pm, Main Stage
Nile Rodgers has potentially played on more hit songs than anybody else in history so this is not a set to be missed, with Nile and Chic bringing the weekend to a close in style.