Tramlines 2015 earlybird tickets sell out in record time
Fans of Sheffield’s inner-city festival Tramlines have taken advantage of the latest offer from the event, with its £20 super-earlybird weekend tickets having sold out in record time, before any acts have even been announced for its 2015 event.
Having seen how popular the tickets have proven to be, the organisers have now made a second batch of discounted tickets available, priced at just £25, making them even cheaper than 2014’s tickets. These will be available until the organisers make their first lineup announcements at the start of February, at which point the festival’s full-price tickets will go on sale, priced at £30.
Tramlines festival director, Sarah Nulty, said:
“We’ve been overwhelmed by the response from fans so far. The team are hard at work behind closed doors putting 2015’s lineup together, and we can’t wait to share the news with you. We’ve already got some really exciting acts lined up, and I’m sure that 2015 is going to be our biggest party yet.”
The passes will give ticket-holders access to all three days of Tramlines, which returns for its seventh year from 24 to 26 July. The 2015 event comes hot on the heels of Tramlines’ biggest year yet, with performances from Public Enemy, Sister Sledge, The Cribs, Katy B and over 200 other artists having made 2014’s festival a truly unforgettable weekend.
As in 2014, tickets are available to purchase from the festival’s own website, while Sheffielders can also pay a visit to The Harley, the University of Sheffield’s Student Union box office, the Leadmill, City Hall or o2 Academy to pay in person.