With Public Enemy, Katy B, Gold Panda, The Gaslamp Killer, The Cribs and more already on the bill, it’s safe to say that 2014 is going to be Tramlines’ biggest year yet. We’re not stopping yet, though, and the team have just added over 30 new artists to the already brimming lineup.
The Harley will see new additions from US hip-hop/jazz/experimental trio BADBADNOTGOOD, crate-digger extraordinaire Awesome Tapes From Africa and the UK dance scene’s super-influencial Matt Jam Lamont. They will join a bill which already includes the likes of East India Youth, The Heatwave, MOKO, Maurice Fulton and more.
We’ll also be handing the reins over to the ever-excellent Semi-Detached for our Saturday daytime lineup. With recent shows from Jungle, Woman’s Hour, Peace and more, and a Queens gig coming up from 2014′s standout indie outfit Future Islands, the super-promoter duo continue to put together some of the most exciting lineups in the city. Their Harley Tramlines bill so far features Shinies, Autobahn and Night Flowers, with loads more still to be announced.
Meanwhile, the rest of the festival continues to get bigger and better, with other venues welcoming the likes of Ms. Dynamite, The Rifles, Simian Mobile Disco, Shift K3Y, Slow Club, Funeral For A Friend, Sivu and LONE to this year’s bill.
For the full lineup so far, check the Artist page on the Tramlines site.
With Easter egg-buying out of the way, coupled with our latest announcement, there’s never been a better time to pick your advance ticket up and give yourself a weekend of partying to look forward to this summer.
Weekend tickets are are available in advance only, and will sell out. Advance weekend tickets are priced at just £28 (plus booking fee) and include a free programme on arrival.
Advance day tickets are priced at £12 (plus booking fee).
Once the advance allocation is sold out, you’ll be able to buy day tickets at the event. These will be priced at £16 per day on the door. Buying on the door will cost £48 to attend all three days, so buy now and save yourself a packet!
Don’t forget that advance tickets can be purchased in person with no booking fee from The Harley and The Leadmill.