FESTIVAL NEWS: Tramlines Festival announce a huge £19,600 raised for Sheffield charities and confirm dates for 2021 event

Money raised will be donated to Roundabout, iForge, Disability Sheffield, Sheffield S6 Foodbank and Cavendish Cancer Care


‘A Celebration of Tramlines’ took place last weekend (Fri 31st July – Sun 2nd Aug) on what would have been the dates for the 2020 festival. Although the festival in Hillsborough Park could not go ahead as planned, Tramlines Festival hosted a series of online events including, ‘Rev’s Pub Quiz’, exclusive artist performances and an online ‘Club Tropicana’ disco with Sheffield venue, The Leadmill. Tramlines Festival also used the opportunity to raise money for local causes through a number of ways. The ‘Big Fat Charity Raffle’ included a huge array of prizes such as a lifetime festival pass, record bundles and even a Playstation 4, with all money raised going to charity. They also raised money from the sale of their Limited Edition ‘Chari-Tees’ which are still on sale now and include bespoke designs from Sheffield artist, Tom J Newell and the Tramlines team. In addition to this, Thornbridge brewery created, ‘In The Park’, a session IPA which is also still on sale via the Thornbridge website with 10% of all proceeds going to the chosen charities.

Tramlines Festival is very proud to reveal that £19,600 has been raised so far, a staggering amount that shows the Tramlines spirit is still going strong in these uncertain times. This huge (and ever growing) amount brings the total raised for charity since moving to Hillsborough Park to an amazing £73,500!

If you missed any of the online activities from the weekend you can catch up on everything at the official Tramlines website.

In yet more positive news, Tramlines have announced the dates for the 2021 event. Tramlines Festival 2021 will take place from 23rd to 25th July. For all updates, stay connected to the social sites listed below and keep checking the official website.


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