Preparations for next year’s Tramlines are well underway, and we’re pleased to say that we will be taking part again in 2016.
Full-price tickets are now onsale for Tramlines 2016. The team have made some changes to ticketing for 2016, based on festival-goers’ feedback. The new tickets will make it easier for you to make sure you catch the artists that you’re into.
Here’s how the Tramlines 2016 tickets will work:
- Full festival tickets – for those who want to keep the party going all weekend. Tramlines means 72 hours of nearly non-stop music, and here’s where you can get your hands on it
- Daytime tickets – these will get you access to all outdoor stages and various venues on all three days. For fans of bands, new music, and making sure you catch the headline sets
- Club tickets – these will get you access to Tramlines’ clubs and warehouses on Friday and Saturday. For fans of dance music of all kinds, from techno to D&B and everything in between
Don’t worry if you can only make it for one day this time around; you’ll also be able to buy single day tickets for Saturday and Sunday’s stages and venues. Please note, though, that single day tickets will be valid until 10.30pm only, and won’t get you access to the clubs and warehouses.
If you’ve still got some party left in you at the end of the weekend, please note that, this year, you’ll need to purchase an add-on if you want to access Sunday night’s intimate closing parties. These will be priced at just £5. Last year’s lineups featured the likes of Craig Charles, Horse Meat Disco and Rodney P, so are well worth checking out.
All ticket types are onsale now. Weekend tickets sold out in advance last year, and with work already well underway on this year’s lineup, Tramlines 2016 is going to be just as massive.
As ever, entry to all venues and stages is subject to capacity, so make sure you get down early to avoid disappointment. Once it’s full, it’s full.