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Tramlines Festival Cancelled Due To COVID-19

Monday, 11 May 2020 Written by Jon Stickler

This year's Tramlines has been cancelled.

The 12th edition of the Sheffield festival was set to return to Hillsborough Park this summer to host 30,000 music fans. However, it will not go ahead due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Head below for a statement from organisers.

What? A three-day festival hosting a diverse musical line up, including acts from the world of pop, indie and rock.

Where? Hillsborough Park, Sheffield.

When? July 31-August 2 - CANCELLED.

Who? The line up for 2021 has not yet been confirmed. Ian Brown (pictured), Catfish and the Bottlemen and Madness were due to headline 2020. Also set to appear were the Kooks, the Pigeon Detectives, Dizee Rascal, the Hives, the Big Moon, Pale Waves, DMA's, the Fratellis, La Roux, the Sherlocks, Lucy Spraggan, Sister Sledge, and Sundara Karma. 

Tickets? Tickets are on sale now. 2020 tickets are valid for next year. Head here to get your Tramlines tickets through Stereoboard.

Tramlines Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows
Fri July 23 2021 - SHEFFIELD Hillsborough Park
Sat July 24 2021 - SHEFFIELD Hillsborough Park
Sun July 25 2021 - SHEFFIELD Hillsborough Park

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