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Tramlines gives major update ahead of 2021 line up announcement

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The Tramlines Festival team has given an update about the line up for this year’s event.

The massive Sheffield music festival, which takes place at Hillsborough Park, was one of many Yorkshire events cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic last year.

To get the latest email updates from Yorkshire Live, click here .

Thankfully, plans for this summer’s event are coming together with organisers confirming they’ll be making their first 2021 line up announcement on Monday, April 26.

On Twitter, the Tramlines team posted: “Over 40 Artists including all three Nulty’s Main Stage headliners plus so much more will be announced. We’ve missed you.”

Tramlines Festival is scheduled to take place between Friday, July 23 and Sunday, July 25. We’ll bring you news of who is playing when we get the announcement details.

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Remaining tickets for Tramlines 2021 will be on sale from Friday, April 30.

You can find out further details by visiting the Tramlines Festival website.

Written by: Rother Radio News


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