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Tramlines returns for its 10th birthday party!


Sheffield’s longest-running city music festival Tramlines returns for the festival’s 10th anniversary between Friday 20 – Sunday 22 July.

To celebrate ten years of Tramlines, the festival will be held at its new home at Hillsborough Park. With the biggest line up-to-date which goes beyond the music to include the first - ever comedy stage, a pop-up cinema, an expanded ‘Into The Trees’ family area and a brand new Leadmill Stage to champion local talent - this year is set to be a big one. 

Festival organisers have pulled out all the stops with over 70 artists across four stages including headliners Noel Gallagher’s High-Flying Birds, Stereophonics and Craig David’s TS5 and many more supporting acts!  

 Hillsborough Park, Tramlines site map (PDF, 131Kb)

The Fringe at Tramlines

The city centre will play host to local acts, global music, young artists and film screenings on 21 and 22 July as The Fringe at Tramlines brings that festival feeling to the city centre. Devonshire Green, Barkers Pool and Peace Gardens are just a few of the locations where you can expect music, entertainment and food and drink. Use our Journey Planning tools to plan your journey.

For more event information, including the full weekend programme visit The Fringe at Tramlines website.  

How to get there

Hillsborough Park is situated just 13 minutes from Sheffield city centre via tram and with no parking on site, visitors are encouraged to use public transport. To avoid missing any of your favourite artists we recommend planning ahead and using our Journey Planning tools to prepare for your journey.


Both Yellow and Blue route Stagecoach Supertrams will take you to the festival and tram stops are located across the city. If you’re arriving in Sheffield by train you can get to the festival by catching the Blue route tram at the rear of the train station.  

Yellow Route

The best tram stop to get off on the Yellow route is at Hillsborough Park. Pedestrians will then need to walk north along Middlewood Road and enter via the West Gate.

Blue Route

The best tram stop for the Blue route is Hillsborough. Pedestrians will then need to walk north along Langsett Road and Middlewood Road to enter via the West Gate. 


Use our Journey Planning tools to find the best route to and from the festival by bus. The best stops to use will be either Owlerton Stadium along Penistone Road where pedestrians will need to walk north to enter via the East Gate or Minto Road which is directly opposite to the West Gate entrance. 

Where can I find more information?

Up to date information will be published on this page. You can also keep up to date with the latest news, announcements and live travel information in a variety of ways: 

Tramlines crowd

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