Royal Blood - 2021

Sheffield’s biggest city-based music festival, Tramlines, has announced the first phase of its 2021 lineup, including headliners—The Streets, Royal Blood, and Richard Ashcroft—and over 40 more of the UK’s all-time rock and indie favorites. Taking place at Hillsborough Park July 23–25, this year’s event will feature five stages of music, comedy, performance, art, and hand-picked food and craft ales.

“The pandemic has hit us all very hard in a million different ways but the support that Sheffield has already shown us is incredibly humbling for us all. We’re super excited to bring you what I feel is one of our strongest lineups.”

Timm Cleasby, Operations Director

Below is just the first wave of talent set to perform at Tramlines 2021. To get the latest updates on the lineup, follow Tramlines on Facebook or visit www.tramlines.org.uk.

Friday, July 23

The Streets
The Kooks
DMA’s
Jake Bugg
Pale Waves
The Pigeon Detectives
Sophie Ellis-Bextor
The Slow Readers Club
Alfie Templeman
The Blinders
Red Rum Club
The Hara
Bedroom High Club
The Rooves
Shelley Byron & The Poison Sleep

Saturday, July 24

Royal Blood
Blossoms
Mahalia
Little Simz
The Sherlocks
The Lathums
Georgia
Lucy Spraggan
The Magic Gang
Biig Piig
Vistas
Lauran Hibberd
Bloxx
Deco
Abbie Ozard
Everly Pregnant Brothers
Before Breakfast

Sunday, July 25

Richard Ashcroft
Dizzee Rascal
Tom Walker
Everything Everything
The Fratellis
Sundara Karma
The Snuts
The Big Moon
Holly Humberstone
The Reytons
Fickle Friends
Lottery Winners
Baby Queen
Chubby and the Gang
Phoebe Green
Sheafs
Havelocke


Photo: Royal Blood

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