Sheffield festival Tramlines has announced loads of new names, including hip-hop giants Jurassic 5 and everyone’s favourite foodie, Kelis.
Mystery Jets - post-releasing new album ‘Curve of the Earth’ - have also been added to the bill, alongside Gaz Coombes, My Nu Leng, Novelist, Sundara Karma, Miles from Kinshasa, Skream and Scuba.
These new names join Dizzee Rascal, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Young Fathers, Goldie MBE, Little Simz, Field Music, All We Are, Hinds and Ekkah.
Tramlines takes place 22nd-24th July - get tickets here.
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