Lady Leshurr among new acts added to Tramlines bill

By Adele Forrest | 03/04/2017

Lady Leshurr among new acts added to Tramlines bill
Lady Leshurr

LADY Leshurr, The Heatwave, Ms Banks and Our Girl will complete the Tramlines bill, organisers have announced this morning.

The new acts will join The Libertines, All Saints, Primal Scream, Metronomy, Kano, The Coral and Toots and The Maytals at the event.

Sheffield’s annual inner-city music festival returns between July 21-23.

UK grime artist Lady Leshurr makes a return to the Steel City after headlining Tramlines’ sister festival, Outlines, last month.

The rapper, who has recently played sold-out shows in New York, will bring her lively show to the main stage on Sunday.

Dancehall duo The Heatwave perform at Ponderosa Park, off Infirmary Road, on Saturday, while rapper Ms Banks and garage-rock band Our Girl – a side project of the band The Big Moon – join the new talents performing in Devonshire Green.

Sheffield’s jazz-inspired surf-pop trio Katie Pham and The Moonbathers will also be joining the fun on the green.

The new-look festival site this year spans three outdoor stages.

Tramlines Festival director, Sarah Nulty, said: “We couldn’t be happier with our 2017 line-up. 

“It’s important to us to show off a wide range of musical talent, and we’re delighted to have some of South Yorkshire’s most exciting emerging acts joining the new artists and household names on this year's bill.”

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