Music, Music festivals
Georgina Martin

Wu-Tang Clan, Basement Jaxx and The Charlatans perform at this inner-city music festival

Billy Bragg, Buzzcocks, Erol Alkan, Ghostpoet, Martha Reeves, Melle Mel + Scorpio, Mike Skinner, Rolo Tomassi, Roman Flugel, Sugarhill Gang, Surgeon, West Street Mob + more.

Tramlines is one of the UK's biggest inner-city music festivals, and as ever, there's a killer bill of both dance acts and guitar-weilding bands to get stuck into at Sheffield's city-wide party. The format is similar to that of the (late) Camden Crawl or Brighton's The Great Escape: punters purchase a ticket (for a single day or whole weekend) and then move from venue to venue, as well as bigger outdoor stages, catching as many different acts as you like. Covering house, dub, reggae, indie, alt-rock, quirky pop, singer-songwriter vibes and more, the 2015 Tramlines bill features Manchester punk legends the Buzzcocks, punk strummer Billy Bragg, ’90s hip hop innovators Wu-Tang Clan and many more.


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