Tramlines unveil winners of Apply to Play scheme

Ahead of Tramlines’ 10th anniversary, the festival has announced the winners of the Apply to Play scheme.


Thousands of bands from all over the country had applied to play at the festival, with just seven acts handpicked by Tramlines and reps from the Leadmill making the cut.

Imi, Kadija Kamara, Little Grace, Polo, Saint Petersburg, The Golden Age of TV and Universal Tree have been invited to join the rest of the line-up at Hillsborough Park on 20 – 22 July.

Universal Tree, a brand new project led by Sheffield vocalist Steve Edwards, will bring the psychedelic soul vibes to S6 when they open the main stage on Sunday. Sticking with the locals, the artists formally known as The Ratells, now making moves as St Petersberg, will be stopping by on Friday afternoon.

Leeds based Imi and Polo join the bill with solo synths and indie pop riffs respectively, with Kadija Kamara, Golden Age of TV and Little Grace joining from elsewhere in the UK.


Tramlines tickets have been flying out for the 10th anniversary, with just a few tier six tickets left. Head over to www.tramlines.org.uk for more details.




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