Celebrated Catskill Mountain songwriter Simone Felice (The Felice Brothers, The Duke & The King) returns for a special string of intimate, acoustic dates accompanied by the stellar Anna Mitchell on harmonium, piano and vocal harmony.
Expect mesmerising renditions of songs from the recent highly acclaimed Strangers LP, plus a wealth of Simone’s beloved back catalogue.
‘With two critically acclaimed novellas to his name, Felice has an unabashedly literary sensibility, and a particular knack for taking intimate personal narratives and widening them so they hint at the musical equivalent of the great American novel’ – The Telegraph, 5*
‘Felice gravitates between often fearless songwriting and meandering melodies that wouldn’t be out of place on Astral Weeks. Yep – that good’ – Irish Times, 4*
Thursday 27th November
18+ – no refunds will be issued for incorrectly booked tickets
7.30pm Advance tickets: £14.00, more on the door. Advance tickets available in person with no booking fee from the Harley box office
Daniel Whitehouse is a name familiar to anyone familiar with the Sheffield indie music scene. The dexterous singer-songwriter spent his formative years in some of the city’s best-loved local bands, including Fights, Rossman Frister and Mabel Love. His solo work, meanwhile, has hints of Springsteen, weaving through folk and americana.
Saturday 15th November
Advance tickets £4.50, more on the door
Tickets available here or in person with no booking fee from The Harley
No refunds will be issued for incorrectly booked tickets
After a massive 2014 and our best festival yet, all of us here at Tramlines Towers are very happy to be able to tell you that we’ve now set the dates for Tramlines 2015.
Next year’s festival will be taking place from Friday 24th – Sunday 26th July.
As ever, the seventh (!) Tramlines will be a homage to our beloved Sheffield, taking place in the City Centre across our outdoor Main Stage and 15 of the city’s finest venues and performance spaces. We’re already hard at work on the lineup, and can’t wait to share the latest developments with you.
Trust us when we say that 2015 is going to be bigger than ever.
In the meantime, though, now is your chance to get yourself fully paid up for Tramlines 2015.
We have put a very limited number of super-earlybird weekend tickets up for sale at just £20. That’s even less than the price of a 2014 weekend tickets.
For the fifth show in the Mapped Out series, Macclesfield five-piece Racing Glaciers will join us at The Harley on 21st November. Trading in an expansive, stadium-sized indie-pop, the band have just completed a packed summer of festivals playing to an ever-growing fanbase.
The Mapped Out tour series, meanwhile, gives a national platform to breaking artists, with each headliner playing an eight-date tour across the UK with support from local bands and artists. Having previously worked with engineer Barny Barnicott (Peace, Arctic Monkeys), the band decided it was time to bring in an external producer for their third EP Don’t Wait For Me, produced by Jolyon Thomas (Daughter, Sigur Ros, M83).
2014 has been a life-changing summer for the band. They have played on festival stages across the country, played a packed out support slot at Shepherd’s Bush Empire to thousands of screaming new fans & honed their live sound to a point where they are ready to tour Europe this Autumn.
Thursday 21st November
Advance tickets: £5.00, more on the door. Advance tickets available with no booking fee from the Harley box office.
No refunds will be issued for incorrectly booked tickets.