Forge Does Tramlines 2017

Entering its ninth year, Tramlines 2017 is going to be bigger and better than ever – and Forge’s coverage will follow suit.

We’ve got exclusive interviews, special live performances, and in depth reviews of the best acts at the Steel City’s biggest summer event!

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    We spoke to the Lake District Lads, Graces, ahead of their Tramlines 2017 set at Plug, about their new single 'Glamour', the potential of spitting bar...
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    Tramlines Festival: Pride of Sheffield
    Tramlines has been and gone, and what a weekend it has been. A huge credit to the wonderful city that is Sheffield. Having come to this festival fo...
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    Folking Brilliant
    Three-piece indie-rock outfit Blaenavon were a pleasant surprise to the Folk Forest stage on Saturday. Having released their first album That’s Y...
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    Hip Hop Icons: The Pharcyde
    90s hip hop icons The Pharcyde showed no sign of aging as they brought life and vigour to the Devonshire Green on Friday night. With the crowd slig...
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    The Coral Close With A Bang
    The Devonshire Green stage at Tramlines was thoroughly rocked by The Coral as they closed the show for the 2017 festival. They’ve been around lon...
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    Reggae Rocks Main Stage
    Things started off with the sun shining as the reggae band 'Toots and the Maytals 'took to main stage. Their unique and feel-good sound makes for the ...