Tramlines Festival in full swing in Sheffield.
The event takes place at Hillsborough Park and has seen the likes of Sam Fender and Kasabian perform.
Madness will be the headline on the last day.
It began on Friday evening (July 22) and continues until Sunday (July 24).
This is all you need to know:
Where is the Tramlines Festival?
It takes place in Hillsborough Park, Sheffield.
What time does it start and end?
Gates open at noon and last entry is 7.30pm.
The main stage title Madness will end at 9.15pm.
What’s the line-up for Sunday in Tramlines?
Here is the list of times and dates for Sunday:
The main stage of Sarah Nolte
- 12.45 PM – Luxury Goods
- 1.45 pm – Al-Murjan
- 3 pm – sports team
- 4:30 pm – The priest and the craftsmen
- 6 pm – wombats
- 7.45 pm – Madness
- 12.35pm – Nina Gilligan
- 12.55pm – Mark Simmons
- 1.15pm – Evan Brackenberry
- 1.40 pm – Jason Manford
- 2.45 pm – High Club Bedroom
- 3.45 pm – Girl Scouts
- 4.45 pm – Elvana
- 6 PM – The Road
- 7.45 pm – Becky Hill
- 12.15 pm – I fell
- 1.15pm – via wire
- 2.30 pm – Dead Pony
- 3.45 pm – The Goa Express
- 5.15pm – do nothing
- 7 PM – Law Yard
- 12:30 PM – Anya Gilligan
- 1.30 pm – Jia Ford
- 2.30 pm – Otis Mensah
- 3.30 pm – Up to Palenka
- 4.30 pm – Perfectparachutepicture
- 6 p.m. – Old Dirty Brasstards shows arctic monkeys
- 12.45 PM – Paces School Band
- 1.30pm – Jah Mir early
- 1.50 p.m. – Brandon Gray
- 2.20pm – Treasure Boom
- 2.45 pm – J Chambers
- 3.15 pm – Samir Saunders
- 4.15pm – Dirty Old Brasstards
- 5.30 pm – Bariuk
- 6.45 PM – ABBA Party
Can you get tickets?
The 2022 Tramlines Festival is completely sold out.
What are the drinks prices?
Examiner Live reports: ‘In the main pubs, pints of Red Stripe beer and cider will cost you £6.20. There is also a £7 specialty craft beer.
“You can get bottles of wine for £29.50 and mixers for liqueur for £7.50 and £10.”
What items are prohibited on tram lines?
- Controlled substances (including psychoactive substances)
- Glass / Aerosol / Gas Cans / Barbecue / Weapons / Sharps
- Fireworks / torches / fireworks / lasers / laser pens
- food / alcohol
- Golf umbrellas / flags / chairs / camping equipment
- Animals (except for assistance dogs)
- Large bags (no bags are larger than a piece of A4 paper)
- Professional camera or video recording equipment (including SLR cameras and anything with a detachable lens)
- No bikes/skateboards/scooter.
- No loudspeakers/large amplification equipment/klaxons/air horns
No food or drink allowed (except for a sealed 500ml water bottle, an empty refillable bottle and baby food). There are bars and plenty of food options including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options.
Seats and chairs of any kind are not permitted in the festival.
Tramlines says on its website: “As of Monday 3 April 2017, changes in legislation under the Police and Crime Act 2017 mean that anyone convicted of possession of fireworks (flares, fireworks, smoke grenades, etc.) at a music festival could face 3 months in prison. Please do not bring them to the festival under any circumstances.”