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Tramlines Festival Announces 2023 Headliners and More Line-Up Details

Sheffield Festival Tramlines has announced details of it’s 2023 line-up including headliners. Get all the info on who is playing here…



Sheffield’s biggest party, Tramlines Festival, Sheffield’s Biggest Party, has revealed the 2023 lineup confirming Richard Ashcroft, The Courteeners, and Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott as headliners of The Sarah Nulty Main Stage for the celebratory 15th edition of the three-day event at Hillsborough Park, Sheffield from Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd July.

Organisers also confirmed Blossoms, DMA’s, Kaiser Chiefs, Sugababes, Bloc Party, Beabadoobee, Kate Nash, Katy B, Sea Girls, Pale Waves, special guests The Enemy and The Zutons plus many more, including the full comedy lineup featuring Omid Djalili, Jonathan Pie and Paul Smith.

On the launch of Tramlines 2023, Operations Director and a man who has been involved since the very beginning, Timm Cleasby said:

“This year’s lineup is a cracker with some awesome names and, as always, there’s more than just music with loads to do, see and get involved with. My personal must-sees this year are Kate Nash, Rachel Chinouriri, Rumbi Tauro, Sugababes, the funny Paul Smith, and Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott. To quote our much-missed friend Sarah, “I Just want to have a massive party with all my friends”. The turns are booked, the party’s on and you’re all invited. It can’t come soon enough”.

Over five stages of music, comedy and performance, a family friendly area packed with quirky things to do, the best festival food around, bespoke craft beer and ale, vintage clothes stores, and roaming entertainment, expect plenty to come for Tramlines 2023. However, if you still need convincing, check out our coverage from 2022 here.

Only a handful of Weekend tickets are left for Tramlines 2023, with over 95% sold already. They’ll be back on sale on Friday 3rd February at midday, priced at £140 (+ booking fee) and the first batch of Day tickets from only £50 (+ booking fee).

For more details and to get yourself one of the fast-selling tickets, head to the Official Tramlines Website.

Check out the 2022 Tramlines Aftermovie here:

Poster for Tramlines 2023

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.