Tramlines is a music festival that takes place across numerous venues throughout Sheffield.
Are you under the impression that free event = rubbish line up? You’d be wrong. Tramlines is a music festival that takes place across numerous venues throughout Sheffield, with artists of the calibre of Toddla T, Zed Bias, Guillemots and David Rodigan, and a whole host of hot up and coming bands you will have heard of if you’re an avid gig-goer. The outdoor arena includes a main stage with a capacity for 7,500 people, otherwise you might prefer the intimacy of one of the many participating pubs. In any case, entry to every single gig is free, all you need to do is turn up. The downside is that entry is not guaranteed if the concert is full, so plan your time and get there early. Even the free shuttle buses between venues have live music, so not getting into the festival spirit is going to prove impossible. How could you not love an event like this?