26-28 July | Hillsborough Park, Sheffield

Tramlines: What to Expect

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Tramlines Festival, Sheffield's biggest celebration for music, arts, and comedy, returns to Hillsborough Park for its 16th year, featuring a Pirate resident on the Library stage. Awarded 'Best Festival for Emerging Talent' at the 2023 UK Festival Awards, Tramlines showcases its commitment to emerging talent alongside a diverse lineup that captures the city's vibrant spirit. The festival is a testament to Sheffield's cultural dynamism, offering something for everyone.

The Library stage, set near the serene Hillsborough Library, is dedicated to emerging artists, focusing on discovery and innovation. It's a space where the headliners of tomorrow get their start, away from the main arena's buzz but close to the heart of the festival's ethos. 

What We're Looking For

Open Call for Live Acts

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Tramlines Festival is offering a paid opportunity for one Pirate resident to take the stage at Sheffield's biggest summer event in 2024. The chosen act will perform on the Library stage which is dedicated to emerging talent. We are on the lookout for acts in the indie, rock, or pop spheres. Whether you're making music solo or as part of a band, we want to hear from you.

If you're ready to take your music to one of the UK's top festivals, submit your best track and share some details about your act using the application form below. This is your chance to be part of one of the UK's leading music festivals and get your music heard.

Tramlines 2024 Lineup