Festivals The Japanese House, Jade Bird & Drenge join Tramlines line-up

The Japanese House, Jade Bird & Drenge join Tramlines line-up

They’ll join Two Door Cinema Club, Nile Rodgers & Chic and Shame at the Sheffield event.

The Japanese House, Jade Bird and Drenge are some of the latest additions to the line-up of this year’s Tramlines.

The Futureheads, JAWS, Johnny Marr, Annie Mac, Tom Grennan, Becky Hill, Good Cop Bad Cop, She Drew The Gun, Marsicans, Blackwaters, October Drift, Balcony and Man & The Echo have also been confirmed to play the Sheffield event this summer.

The annual event comes to the steel city’s Hillsborough Park on the weekend of 19th-21st July, and will also feature appearances from Two Door Cinema Club, Nile Rodgers and Chic, Manic Street Preachers, Miles Kane, Circa Waves, Shame, Peter Hook & The Light, Sports Team, Easy Life and more.

The festival also recently announced details of their Apply To Play contest. Artists looking to bag themselves a spot on the bill can apply via the festival’s website before 31st May, and a panel will choose “a handful” of winners.

For more info on the festival, and to get your hands on tickets, head to their website.

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