The line-up for Tramlines 2020 has been announced, including headliners Ian Brown, Catfish And The Bottlemen, and Madness.
The Sheffield weekender will return on July 31st-August 2nd and will take place at the city’s Hillsborough Park.
The festival, now in its 12th year, will also see performances from the likes of The Kooks, DMA’s, Pale Waves, and Dizzee Rascal. Ian Brown will headline the Friday night, followed by Catfish And The Bottlemen on Saturday. Madness, meanwhile, will close out the weekend on Sarah Nulty’s Main Stage on Sunday.
“I’m proper excited for us to bring this line up to Sheffield. Big names for Sheffield’s biggest party. Gettin’ the F.E.A.R. with Ian Brown on Friday Night, right through to Sunday Madness, It Must Be Love. With some of Yorkshire’s finest bands too, I Hate To Say I Told You So, but it’s going to be Bonkers. See you in the park.”Timm Cleasby – Tramlines Operations Director
Former Tramlines director and co-founder Sarah Nulty died in 2018 at the age of 36. The festival’s main stage has since been named after her to pay tribute to her contribution to the event and Sheffield’s local music scene.
Tickets for Tramlines 2020 are available to purchase now and are priced at £99.50 (plus booking fee) for the weekend or £45-50 per day (plus booking fee). Full details can be obtained from www.tramlines.org.uk