Organisers of the Tramlines festival in Sheffield have announced further additions to this year’s line up. The most notable in the acts now performing on the main stage are George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic. Another addition are chart-topping band, The Enemy, who had hits with “Away from Here” and “We’ll Live and Die in these towns.” Their headline performance at “The Leadmill” will be one of their last, after a recent announcement that they are to split at the end of the year. Other notable inclusions are Little Comets, back for their third Tramlines outing and Ipswich-based five-piece band, Basement.
The festival will be headlined by rapper, Dizzeee Rascal, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Jurassic 5 and Kelis, among others set to perform on the main stage.
The event will take place from 22nd-24th July across fifteen popular Sheffield music venues, including The Leadmill, The Harley, The O2, City Hall and even the cathedral. There are also four outdoor stage full of acts ranging from folk music to techno. Tickets to the event cost just £42 for the entire weekend and are available from http://www.tramlines.org.uk/.