Who to see at Tramlines

So it’s nearly here…Are you ready? Have you got a list of who you are going to see?

This year hosts a great line up of known artists; All Saints, The Libertines, The Scientists and Primal Scream are just a few of the world famous acts coming to Sheffield this weekend .

Some of us still fondly remember the days of the Pyjama Jump, Gatecrasher and the day festivals at Don Valley Stadium. Whilst we miss events, those that had helped to put Sheffield on the map, Tramlines really helps to keep this city’s of amazing music heritage alive. Tramlines is now ‘THE’ UK’s No1 Inner City Festival and it’s right here in Sheffield. Something we are all very proud of.

At Harmony Music School we love home grown music, so aside from all of the great signed acts that you know and love, we wanted to give you some suggestions of the acts we wholeheartedly recommend…..

highway child play at tramlines sheffield

Friday 21st July 6.00pm onward
Highway Child
The Blues and Ale Stage – CADS – Shalesmoor See more here

One of our previous teachers; Craig and previous students; Ryan join the rest of the band at CADS, this is one you don’t want to miss.

Harmony Music School Tecaher Charlie perfomrs at TramlinesSaturday 22nd July 4.30pm
Charlie Barker
Young Music Stage – The Moor See more here

Our very own, very talented singing teacher Charlie, is performing on the Young Music Stage at The Moor.

 

Sgt Pepper Project Tramlines

Sunday 23rd July 1.00pm
Sheffield’s Sgt Pepper Project
The Folk Festival – Endcliffe Park See more here

30 Sheffield Musicians take the stage at the The Fork Forest, to bring to life The Beatles like your never heard before

 

 

 

 

 

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