Tramlines have finally revealed the line-up for this year’s festival at Hillsborough Park.
Sheffield’s most iconic festival will return on 23-25 July, after it was cancelled last summer due to coronavirus restrictions.
The Streets will kick-off the headline performances on the Sarah Nulty Main Stage on the Friday night.
Brit Award winning rock duo, Royal Blood, are billed as the Saturday night headliners, with former Verve frontman, Richard Ashcroft closing the festival on the Sunday.
Tickets have currently been taken off sale, with a final batch to be released on Friday 30 April at 12pm.
With a large number of ticket buyers for the postponed 2020 event retaining their tickets, only a very limited number of Weekend tickets will be available, currently priced at £130.
Also featured on the line-up are The Kooks, DMA’s, Blossoms, and Dizzee Rascal.
The line-up announcement has also revealed a number of acts from South Yorkshire, including four-piece rock band The Sherlocks, and the popular local act, Everly Pregnant Brothers.
Since its humble beginnings in 2009 as a free event, Tramlines is now a firm fixture on the UK festival circuit.
Tramlines Festival Operations Director, Timm Cleasby said: “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 line ups. The three main headliners have been on my list for a good while now and we’ve got some brilliant returning friends as well.
“All this said, we’re very serious about the public’s safety and take our responsibilities regarding COVID very seriously. We’re keeping a close eye on developments and will act accordingly should things change.”
Tramlines 2021 line-up
The Streets, Royal Blood, Richard Ashcroft
The Kooks, DMA’s, Blossoms, Dizzee Rascal, Tom Walker, Pale Waves, The Pigeon Detectives, Little Simz, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Mahalia, Everything Everything, Jack Bugg, The Sherlocks, The Fratellis, Sundara Karma, Alfie Templemen, The Blinders, The Hara, The Lathums, Georgia, Lucy Spraggan, The Magic Gang, Vistas, Lauran Hibberd, Deco, Abbie Ozard, Everly Pregnant Brothers, The Big Moon, Holly Humberstone, The Snuts, Fickle Friends, The Reytons, Baby Queen, Biig Piig, Before Breakfast, Bloxx, Lottery Winners, Shelley Byron & The Poison Sheep.