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Tramlines returns to Hillsborough Park, Sheffield from Friday 19 to Sunday 21 July, turning the city into one big festival site.

Getting there

Festival goers are encouraged to ditch the car and use public transport to get to the festival.


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Travel by Tram

To get to the main stages in Hillsborough Park, catch the Yellow route service to Hillsborough Park tram stop, or the Blue route service to Hillsborough tram stop, which is a five-minute walk to the park. 

After the event, head to Leppings Lane tram stop, as the Hillsborough Park stop will be closed.

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Travel by bus

Alight at Owlerton Stadium bus stop, along Penistone Rd - from where you can head North to access Hillsborough Park East Gate - or at Minto Road along Middlewood Road - which is located directly opposite the West Gate. 

The bus stop on Dykes Hall Road on the junction with Clarence Road is another good option and Hillsborough Interchange is just a short walk away from the park.

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Park & Ride

For those who do have to drive you can park at one of our Park & Ride sites and catch either the Yellow or Blue route trams right to the park and back into the city to catch some of the fringe events. Using the Park & Ride includes unlimited all day tram travel allowing you to use the tram to hop between events easily.

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The Fringe at Tramlines 20 -21 July

Continuing the tradition of live music events in the city, Tramlines Fringe is back this year. 

Sheffield City Council and Sheffield Business Improvement District (BID) are supporting this with family friendly outdoor music, street entertainment and activities around the city. Find out about the various Fringe events on the Exposed Magazine website.

Devonshire Green

Saturday 12 midday - 9pm and Sunday 12 midday - 7pm

Come along to the family friendly Fringe Stage. The site will be free entry, celebrating the best of world music and up and coming local talent. See how may family favourite songs you remember at the Sing-a-long Sunday event.

Peace Gardens 

Saturday 12 midday - 9pm and Sunday 12 midday - 7pm

Chill out in the relaxed vibe of the Peace Gardens. This site is free entry and perfect to keep families entertained with 80s/90s disc, helter skelter, maze, street food and bars. 

Barkers Pool

Saturday 12.30 to 7pm and Sunday 12.30 to 5pm

Watch the best of street entertainment as well as food, craft stalls, rides and a bar area to grab a bite.

The Fringe Road Closures

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Plan your journey ahead

Find out everything you need to know about the festival itself on the Tramlines website. 

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