Catfish and the bottlemen

New Tramlines Acts Announced!

Tramlines Festival adds two more acts to the summer line-up!

With the recent release of the first wave of acts in line for this years’ event, British indie-rockers, Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Crookes, and BLESSA are the latest additions to this years’ Tramlines festival.

The award-winning inner-city music festival, now in its eighth year, welcomed over 100,000 festival-goers to the Steel City last year, going on to win awards for ‘Best Medium-Sized Festival’ and ‘Best City Festival’ at the Festival Baby Awards, and receiving a nomination for ‘Best Metropolitan Festival’ at the UK Festival Awards.

Venues on the festival circuit this year include the O2 Academy, The Leadmill, The Night Kitchen, the Cathedral, Foundry, Fusion, and The Octagon Centre, The Harley, Hope Works, City Hall, Queens Social Club and Yellow Arch Studios.

The line up so far:

Dizzee Rascal
Dawn Penn
Catfish and the Bottlemen
The Crookes
Field Music
Goldie MBE
Hinds
LEVELZ Takeover
Little Simz
Mumdance B2B Pinch
Norman Jay MBE
Paranoid London live
Toddla T Takeover
Young Fathers
All We Are
Amy Becker
BLESSA
C Duncan
Dan Mangan
Denis Sulta
FYI Chris
Gwenno
Marquis Hawkes
Matrixxman
Meilyr Jones
Mt Wolf
Randall
Rukhsana Merrise
Thomas Truax
Trash

With early-bird tickets now sold out, tickets for the festival are now on sale at £42 + booking fee for a full weekend ticket (granting access to all stages from day until night). This year sees the introduction of Day and Night tickets. A Day Ticket costing £23+bf provides access to all outdoor stages/venues and a strong option for those mostly interested in seeing headliners, new bands and the acts in-between; while for those attending to make the most of the ever-impressive dance line-up, a Night Ticket is available for £20+bf, permitting entry to clubs on Friday and Saturday night, or from £5+bf on the Sunday.

Get your tickets HERE

For up-to-the-minute information about Tramlines 2016, visit www.tramlines.org.uk or follow Tramlines on Twitter @tramlines




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