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Tramlines Festival announces comedy line up and 15 new music acts

Tickets are now on sixth release


Sheffield's Tramlines Festival has made its third announcement this evening, including the first ever Tramlines comedy line up.

Henning Wehn, John Shuttleworth and Bethany Black are among the TV and touring comedians taking to the Leadmill Stage across the weekend, for those seeking an alternative form of entertainment.

Other comedians announced include Mock The Week star Tom Stade and Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Tom Wrigglesworth.

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Tramlines have also added 15 new music acts to an already impressive line up, headed up by Britain's Got Talent 2017 winner Tokio Myers and rising star Tom Grennan, who headlines the Leadmill Stage on Sunday.

King No-One and Little Comets will also appear following recent shows in Sheffield, in addition to singer-songwriter Rae Morris, London alt rockers Palace, and the hotly tipped shoegaze band Black Honey.

Much loved Sheffield band Everly Pregnant Brothers are also set to take to the stage.

Headlining Tramlines this year are Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, and Craig David's TS5 as part of its biggest line up to date, which see the Festival moving to the 40,000-capacity Hillsborough Park for its tenth year.

Tickets for Tramlines have been selling fast and are now on sixth release at £79 plus booking fee, which covers all three days.

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