Yellow Arch Studios bring The Fringe at Tramlines to a new dimension

The popular Neepsend-based venue will host three consecutive days and nights of events, non-stop music and joy over Tramlines weekend.

The weekend kicks off on Friday at 7:30pm, showcasing artists like Hopeful Dream Cult, playing out tracks from their debut album, and Galloping Dick, who, aside from an excellent name, bring atmospheric blues, packed with a prevailing sense of glamour and danger.

The two biggest names on Friday are York-based rockers Snakerattlers and Sheffield-faves Femur. Snakerattlers’ ruthless, incendiary and extremely kinetic energy is set to take over the stage with what promises to be a brutal and electrifying performance. Whilst Femur, Sheffield’s favourite psych-rock outfit, return to YA to once again delight everybody with their doomy, psychedelic garage rock.


Femur’s Felix Renshaw. Photo credit Benji Wilson (@jamburrito1)

The party continues until 3 am, with Buzzbomb DJs.

The wheel of music can’t stop rolling on Saturday, with Newcastle’s Ten Eighty Trees at 6.15pm, while local metal representatives, Trajan, make sure the party keeps on going.

Now it’s hardcore time! With Torn Between, one of the genre’s references in the Steel City, and Brighton outift, Hell Can Wait, betting on a more melodic style.

The show continues to tear it up with with Air Drawn Dagger, an Electro-Emo, Angst-Pop collective. Frequently receiving rave reviews and comparisons from My Chemical Romance to Paramore, Air Drawn Dagger hit you with huge pop hooks, melancholic guitars, and earnest emotion.

Your Saturday headliners is Dead Harts. A staple in the hardcore metal community since the early 2010s, they returned in 2021 after suffering the loss of their lifelong friend and long-term drummer Anthony Allen. Now they’re ready to take the world head on once again.

DJ Liam Walton, one of the best in the metal business, will conclude the party in the right way.

Drastic Automatic performing Live

But there’s still more to come on Sunday! Skint Bizkit presents a day of sonic revelry for their Tramlines Fringe matinee show at Yellow Arch Studios. The event will run from 3:30-9:30 pm and is set to showcase some of Sheffield’s best up-and-coming acts, including Drastic//Automatic, as well as featured artists from Manchester, Hull and Nottingham.

Don’t miss out!

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