Paulo Nutini, Jamie T, Snow Patrol: Tramline announces huge 2024 line-up

It looks like summer is finally on its way.

The weather is (slowly) staying above freezing, the nights are getting shorter and now we’ve got a bunch of festivals to look forward to.

Over in Sheffield, Tramlines Festival is gearing up for another great year.

Sheffield’s biggest party reckons this is ‘its biggest first announcement to date’ with three main stage headliners and over 50 artists from near and far already set to appear on Friday 26 July – Sunday 28 July 2024.

Friday night will see Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini take to the Sarah McNulty main stage; Jamie T on the Saturday and Snow Patrol will close the festival on Sunday.

The festival will also see Yorkshire’s own Human League, Everly Pregnant Brothers and Yard Act taking to the stage alongside Bombay Bicycle Club, Tom Grennan, The Charlatans, Holly Humberstone and plenty more.

Along with the revival of Murder On The Dancefloor, Sophie Ellis-Bextor will be coming to Tramlines in 2024. Plus, The Snuts, The View (Special Guests), Example, Maximo Park (Special Guests), Soft Play, Annie Mac, Anthony Szmierek, Miles Kane, NewDad, Peace, The Mysterines, Corella, The Magic Gang, Willie J Healey and Sprints.

The festival also announced that it has signed a five-year lease with Sheffield City Council securing the longevity of the festival, and has kept prices at a competitive rate of £45 per day.

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Operations Director of Tramlines Festival, Timm Cleasby commented “I’m delighted to release the first wave of acts for Tramlines 2024. There are some great bands on the line up! Securing headliners like Paolo Nutini, Jamie T and Snow Patrol is a fantastic testament to the reputation of Tramlines – and the hard work of our booking team – and, as always, they’re joined by top Sheffield talent including The Human League, Everly Pregnant Bros, Coco, and Otis Mensah, with many more to follow.

As always, we’re incredibly grateful for the support of the people of Sheffield following the challenges of 2023. We were blown away by the Sheffield spirit over the event weekend and have been overwhelmed by the amount of sign ups we’ve had for our ticket presale, launching on Thursday 25th at 12pm. We’re very happy to have reached a new 5-year deal with Sheffield City Council, preserving the future of the festival. We are working hard with SCC on improvements to Hillsborough Park to ensure it remains an excellent public space throughout the year. 

Keep your eyes peeled as we launch the 2024 Tramlines Trust grants later this year. Sending over £50k back into Hillsborough, Sheffield and South Yorkshire projects in 2023 was a great feeling. I’m always blown away by the way our region produces creative solutions to societal issues and can’t wait to see the 2024 applications.”

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How to get tickets

Now we all heard about the demand for tickets this year – here’s how to bag yourself some of the last remaining tickets.

The 24-hour ticket Presale will go live on Thursday 25 January at midday. A limited number of weekend tickets will be available from £130 whilst day tickets will also be available from only £45, plus booking fees.

Any final remaining tickets will go on general sale on Friday 26 January at 12pm.

You can sign up to the presale here.

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