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  • Writer's pictureHarriett Dolphin


After months of anticipation, surviving on mere glimpses and teaser reels, the wait is finally over. Tramlines has dropped the curtain on its much-awaited 2024 lineup, leaving fans buzzing with excitement.

The festival has once again teamed up with Hendersons Relish to spice things up, giving lucky festivalgoers a taste of what's to come.

In a strategic move to build anticipation, Tramlines unveiled eight names through this collaboration, hinting that 2024's lineup might just be the festival's most impressive one to date. As the official announcement rolls in, it's hard to argue against that claim.

Speculation about headliners for the Sarah Nulty Main Stage had festival enthusiasts scratching their heads. However, with the latest announcement, the mystery has been unravelled. Brace yourselves for main-stage headline performances from the iconic Paolo Nutini, the legendary Jamie T, and the sensational Snow Patrol.

Friday night will witness the soulful sounds of Paolo Nutini closing the night in his distinct style. Joining him throughout the day on the main stage are Sheffield's favorites, Bombay Bicycle Club, while T'Other Stage will be lit up by The Charlatans. The lineup also boasts massive names like Soft Play (formerly known as Slaves), Miles Kane, and the trending Sophie Ellis-Bextor. With such a stellar cast, picking a standout act for the day seems nearly impossible, but Sophie Ellis-Bextor's 'Murder On The Dancefloor' promises to be an unmissable moment - for those that have watched "Saltburn".

Saturday sees a headline set from British music legend Jamie T. Known for his trailblazing artistry and electrifying live performances, Jamie T is set to send Hillsborough Park into a frenzy. Joining him on Saturday are names like Tom Grennan, Holly Humberstone, Annie Mac, Peace, and The Snuts, promising a day of feel-good vibes.

Closing the 2024 edition is another Scottish sensation, Snow Patrol, giving us all that indie throwback to our youth. Yard Act, Example, and special guest Maximo Park complete the lineup, ensuring an unforgettable end to Tramlines 2024.

Crowned the 'Best Festival for Emerging Talent' in 2023, solidifying its reputation with a diverse lineup again in 2024 beyond the headliners, hidden gems like The Mysterines, English Teacher, and the emotional farewell of The Magic Gang, Tramlines promise unforgettable moments.

Tickets go on presale on January 25th, with general sales starting on January 26th. With over 20,000 sign-ups already, act fast to secure your spot at Sheffield's biggest party on July 26th – Tramlines 2024 is gearing up to be an unmissable experience!

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