UK rap queen Lady Leshurr leads the final additions plus dancehall duo The Heatwave, who wil perform alongside the likes of The Libertines, Primal Scream, Metronomy, Toots & The Maytals, Kano, The Coral, The Pharcyde and All Saints.
The festival returns to Sheffield from 21 – 23 July
The biggest event in Sheffield’s musical calendar – the annual inner-city music festival Tramlines, which takes place from Friday 21 to Sunday 23 July – will feature UK rap queen Lady Leshurr and dancehall duo The Heatwave.
The latest additions to the bill also include Ms Banks and Our Girl.
This is promised to be Tramlines’ biggest lineup to date.
From just £42 plus booking fee for a weekend ticket, Tramlines remains one of the best value festivals around.
Tramlines is always a highlight in the UK festival calendar and this year is set to be no different, with a new-look festival site exclusively spanning three outdoor arenas and brand-new areas dedicated to emerging talent.
Charming, funny and at the top of her game, Lady Leshurr brings her unmissable, high-energy live show to Sunday’s Main Stage for what promises to be a highlight of 2017’s festival. With her Queen’s Speech series currently at fifty million views on YouTube and counting, the rap talent has sold out shows from New York to Brixton, and attracted the attention of international hip-hop heavyweights like Timbaland, Erykah Badu, and Busta Rhymes.
Dancehall duo The Heatwave are well known for filling dancefloors across the globe, meaning that their appearance in Tramlines’ brand-new Into The Trees area at the Ponderosa Park main stage site on Saturday is sure to help get the party atmosphere in full swing. Local DJ talent from genre-hopping disco obsessive Leroy, hip-hop promoters Thirsty Ear and the crew behind Sheffield’s bass music radio station UK Mondo all join the Into The Trees lineup, with The Heatwave and the already announced Don Letts and The Reflex.
More emerging talent comes from the new PRS Momentum tent, which will take pride of place alongside the newly-reinstated stage in Devonshire Green. Rapper Ms Banks and The Big Moon side-project Our Girl join the bill, which already features hotly-tipped emerging artists like Bossy Love, Flamingods, Mista Silva and Jerry Williams. Local talent is well represented on the new stage too, with Sheffield’s jazz-inspired surf-pop band Katie Pham & The Moonbathers also new to the bill
Tramlines Festival Director Sarah Nulty says:
“We couldn’t be happier with our 2017 lineup. It’s important to us to show off a wide range of musical talent, and we’re delighted to have some of South Yorkshire’s most exciting emerging acts joining the new artists and household names on this year’s bill.”
Earlybird, first release and second release tickets for Tramlines Festival 2017 sold out in record time, but third release weekend tickets are now on sale for just £42 plus booking fee, while stocks last. Tickets can be purchased from www.tramlines.org.uk
For up-to-the-minute information about Tramlines 2017 visit www.tramlines.org.uk or follow Tramlines on Twitter @tramlines
Tramlines Festival 2017 Lineup
All Saints / Kano / Metronomy / Primal Scream / Toots & The Maytals
Akala / Cabbage / Cate Le Bon / Hot 8 Brass Band / Lady Leshurr / Loyle Carner / M.O / Nadia Rose / Omar Souleyman / The Coral / The Magic Gang / The Pharcyde / Twin Atlantic / We Are Scientists
The Age of LUNA / The Big Moon / Blaenavon / Bossy Love / Champion / Don Letts / Estrons / Flamingods / The Heatwave / Lucy Spraggan / Mista Silva / Ms Banks / Nubiyan Twist DJ set / Our Girl / Rachel Dadd / The Reflex / Spring King / Yorkston Thorne Khan
Alvarez Kings / Buffalo Skinners / Cattle & Cane / Fizzy Blood / Goat Girl / Goat Head / Jalen N’Gonda / James Tait / Jamie Isaac / Jerry Williams / John Joseph Brill / Katie Pham & The Moonbathers / Leroy / Liberty Ship / Little Robots / LOGS / Luxury Death / Matic Mouth / Mike Hughes / Neil McSweeney / Paul Littlewood / Reasons To Be Cheerful Soundsystem / Sheffield’s Sgt Pepper Project / Souljam / The SSS / Thirsty Ear / UK Mondo / The Wharves