FESTIVAL NEWS: Jon ‘The Reverend’ McClure Promises ‘Indeh Bangers’ At Official Tramlines After Party

Taking place with Scotts and This Feeling at the O2 Academy Sheffield on Saturday 20th July


Details have just been announced for a very exclusive after party following the Saturday night at Tramlines Festival in Sheffield. Following his Main Stage appearance on 20th July at Hillsborough Park as frontman of Reverend and The Makers, Jon McClure will head to the decks at the O2 Academy Sheffield to take crowds on a reet good ride with a specially programmed set of funk, soul and plenty of indie classics. Alongside the Sheffield giant comes a DJ set from This Feeling. The club who only deal in the future of rock n roll stars will do nothing less at the after party when it comes to their own set, thrashing out the big tunes of today, tomorrow and from the far away future. In association with Scotts Menswear, tickets for the official Tramlines After Party are only fiver and are on sale now at www.tramlines.org.uk/tickets .

Giving a taster of his sundown set after Tramlines, The Rev said: “We’re having a massive party on the Saturday night. I’m at the controls throwing down some huge tracks and there will definitely be some indeh bangers thrown in. Can’t wait to see you there.”

On the opening day at Tramlines Festival on Friday 19th July, Scotts and This Feeling can also be found hosting The Library Stage. Here they’ll be showcasing the best new live talent around with a lineup including Red Rum Club, Himalayas, Planet, The Estevans, and The Rosadocs.

For those looking for the perfect carry-on with fellow festival revellers, the O2 Academy is a certified place to be. Open from 11pm until late, separate tickets are required for entry. Main Tramlines Festival wristbands do not permit entry.

Event Info

Scotts & This Feeling Present:
Tramlines Festival Official After Party
O2 Academy Sheffield, 37-43 Arundel Gate, S1 2PN


Two Door Cinema Club / Courteeners / Nile Rodgers & Chic

Manic Street Preachers / Johnny Marr / Rag N Bone Man / Annie Mac / Doves

Happy Mondays / Reverend and The Makers / Miles Kane / Tom Grennan / Circa Waves / Lewis Capaldi / Drenge / Shame / Peter Hook & The Light / The Rifles/ The Futureheads / Sleeper

Jade Bird / Becky Hill / The Japanese House / Good Cop Bad Cop / Sea Girls / Yonaka / Clean Cut Kid / Georgia / She Drew The Gun / Jaws / Sports Team / Easy Life / Skinny Living / Otherkin / Whenyoung / Cassia / Another Sky / Anteros / Casey Lowry / Marsicans / Blackwaters / October Drift / Bloxx / Hey Charlie / Balcony / Man & The Echo / Everly Pregnant Brothers

Red Rum Club / Himalayas / Planet / The Estevans / The Rosadocs / Oddity Road / The Reytons / The Wired / The Seamonsters / Cora Pearl / Bedroom High Club / Children of the State

Before Breakfast / Exiled / Fauves / Graces / Guest Singer / Hands Off Gretel / LIO / Matic Mouth, Matthew J Hall / Oh Papa / Perfectparachutepicture / Speed For Lovers


Phil Jupitus / Reginald D Hunter / Shappi Khorsandi / Andre Vincent / Alistair Barrie / Daniel Muggleton / Thomas Green


Otis Mensah / Birdspeed / looms / L.A. Salami / Vanessa Kisuule

Isaac Stovell / Salma Lynch / Zara Makinta Adeyemi / Raluca de Soleil / Isaacxhopes / Avital Raz / Dami thegannette Okhiria / Alice Wilmot / Kiran Malhi / Vora / Sez Thomasin / Amy King / Jack Young / Danaë Wellington / The1Devotion / The Repeat Beat Poet / Ra’siah the Honeybear / Tonia Victoria / Brandon Gray / Tehillah / DJ Pinnacle


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