The Fringe at Tramlines - The Frog & Parrot

21 Jul 2022 - 23 Jul 2022

Each year, as Hillsborough Park gets ready to host the main Tramlines Festival, the rest of the city also gears up to stage a whole host of music events... 

Taking place across outdoor spaces, pubs, bars and music venues in Sheffield City Centre and beyond, expect a whole load of events to suit all music tastes, with The Fringe at Tramlines, 22 - 24 July 2022.

The Frog & Parrot are hosting a great selection of bands this year.

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Thursday 21 July


19:00 - Lightning Threads

A compelling power trio with an obsession and dedication to their music; embarking on bringing their flare and full force of Blues Rock & Roots to the scene.


20:00 - Matilda Shakes

An anthemic indie rock band based in Sheffield. The band utilise punchy driven guitars, raucous riffs, pounding drums and huge singalong club-worthy choruses.


21:00 - Sam Scherdel

Sam's husky gravelly vocal style ensures that he deserves to belong within the same faction as the likes of Rod Stewart and Kelly Jones, allowing him to explore Rock and Soul with justice. This said, his softer side makes him as good as any at delivering a modern ballad.

22:00 - Lilna & The Lions

Lina and the Lions, armed with their razor sharp pop sensibilities are certainly set to be more "newest wave classic” than soon forgotten 80’s soundtrack that never was.


Friday 22 July


19:00 - The Cavs

A 5 piece indie/rock outfit from Manchester, taking influences across multiple decades and genres from bands such as Kasabian, Elbow and The Libertines.


20:00 - Megan Wyn

A Manchester based indie-rock singer/ songwriter from Anglesey, Wales, with a single that’s been streamed in over 40 Countries!


21:00 - Pave

After selling out their most recent Manchester show at The Castle and continuing to release music that impacts its listeners, Pavé are a band to keep an eye on as their persistence to make their mark is defiant and unmatched.


22:00 - Dr Dr

Manchester-based indie act.


23:00 - Spangled

Offering an eclectic blend of witty, heartfelt lyrics, lively attitudes and punch the air riffs, proving there is still decadence in youth.


Saturday 23 July


12:00 - Hugmynd

Blending English Folk, Americana, Blues, Indie-Folk, Ambient and Electric, he creates an eclectic Ambient-Alternative-Folk style.


13:00 - Shade


14:00 - Vigilantes

Vigilantes are continuing the British tradition of taking American sounds and stuffing it with classic British tone.


15:00 - Hoofa

After meeting at a converted underground toilet in Camden, indie ambi-pop duo Hoofa have gone on to perform their vocal driven, foot stomping songs across the UK.


16:00 - Keiren Bowe

This Geordie lad has been slowly but surely climbing his way to the top of the indie charts over the past few years.


17:00 - Apple Shakers

An Alt Indie duo from East London. They pull inspiration from Indie, Psychedelia, Punk and Alt Rock which combine to create an honest and powerful guitar driven sound.


18:00 - George Sims


19:00 - The Taylor Twins

A 70s rock band playing a trifecta of alt, psych and indie.


20:00 - Furrowed Brow

Up-tempo with wry lyrics that ridicule the hypocrisy, greed and vanity of society.


21:00 - Bollards

Noise, groove and harmony – the ingredients of choice for South London 5-piece in their quest to cast an eye over the mundane reality of urban life and twist it into the absurd.


22:00 - Jekyll

Blackpool artist taking inspiration from a wide pool of influences, Jekyll's music is known for its melancholic soundscapes


23:00 - Mimosa