Tramlines has announced its final headliner, Catfish and The Bottlemen, to join the full line...
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Tramlines has announced its final headliner, Catfish and The Bottlemen, to join the full line up this year.

The well-known and widely loved British rock band will headline the Sunday of the weekend festival to perform hits off their best-selling album ‘The Balcony’ amongst many others.

They join the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Toddla T and Young Fathers to perform at the festival between July 22 and 24.
Tramlines 2016 will take place across a number of different venues in the city including smaller venues such as The Harley, Fusion and Foundry, and Hope Works, and larger venues such as Sheffield Cathedral, O2 Academy and Devonshire Green.

Tickets are on sale for a bargainous £42 for the whole weekend, day and night.

Tramlines’ little sister, Outlines, will take place for the first time ever on February 27, across venues such as Plug, Skate Central, and The (good old) Harley.

The full line up and more ticketing information for Tramlines can be found at http://www.tramlines.org.uk/ and for Outlines, http://www.outlinesfestival.com/.