Taking place across outdoor spaces, pubs, bars and music venues in Sheffield City Centre and beyond, expect a whole load of FREE events to suit all music tastes, with The Fringe at Tramlines, 21 - 23 July 2023.
This year over 40 venues in the city are taking part! You'll find some of the weekend Fringe highlights on this page, but for a comprehensive guide to everything that’s taking place over the weekend, be sure to download the official Fringe at Tramlines mobile app, available for both Android and Apple devices. It'll prove particularly handy if you want to make the most of the Fringe weekend and hop from one event to the next: woov.to/tramlinesfringe23
In addition to all the venue events happening across the city, Devonshire Green in Sheffield City Centre will once again be hosting a FREE outdoor stage over the weekend, supported by Sheffield BID.
The Devonshire Green stage is set to showcase a rich tapestry of musical genres that perfectly reflects Sheffield's diverse cultural landscape.
Saturday will see energetic ska ensemble Jungle Lion in the headline spot, while Sunday at Devonshire Green is headlined by the magnificent Sheffield Beatles Project, a super group of local musicians. Plus so much more...
There's a smorgasbord of Fringe music events happening over Tramlines weekend in Sheffield. No matter your taste there's bound to be something worth seeing and a lot of the events are also FREE, another added bonus.
Fancy exploring the Fringe? You can see the lineup for over 40 venues on the official Fringe at Tramlines app and a handy map so you can plan your weekend Fringe crawl of incredible music across the city.
It's basically summer, it's mostly sunny, which means Clamlines 2023 is near! Delicious Clam scoured the city and country to bring some of the finest acts to their lil’ Exchange St home.
Dorothy Pax present a FREE Family-friendly music festival in Heeley People's Park 21 - 23 July, with bars, food, craft stalls & more!
Yellow Arch are going all out for The Fringe at Tramlines 2023, with three days/nights of live music 21 - 23 July, all FREE entry.
Sheffield band Before Breakfast have joined forces with Fagans Pub & Pina to curate a very lovely weekend of free music for The Fringe at Tramlines on 22 & 23 July.
The heartbeat of Sheffield's alternative scene, The Other Festival will take place across three days, and will see a variety of live music acts, DJs, club takeovers and radio stations, 21 - 23 July.
Once again, Sheffield's prolific real ale pub and music venue, Shakespeare's, present a varied and exciting weekend of live music and DJs, 21 - 23 July.
Whether you're on route to the main event of making the most of The Fringe at Tramlines instead, get ready to amp up your Tramlines festival weekend at the all new Kelham Market on Saturday 22 July.
Get ready to 'ave a blast at Alder Bar 22 & 23 of July, as they present a weekend hosted by the brilliant Dozeh Events for the Fringe at Tramlines.
The Fringe at Tramlines Pride afterparty hosted by CYB3R and DINA on Saturday 22 July ! Expect hyperpop, electronic and dance music brought to you by local queer DJs!
Join the Washington for another packed Tramlines Fringe programme. With "unhinged garage punks from outta' space" Mouthparts, melancholy pop idols Shelley Byron, a Bowie tribute, and reggae-inflected Kiziah And The Kings.
Doomlines enters its eighth year with its biggest line-up yet. It is the only place to be for fans of heavy during Tramlines 2023. The line-up features stunning international talent alongside the best of the Sheffield and wider UK underground, covering doom, sludge, stoner, psych, black, death, post metal and post punk.
Each year, Hope Works throw a mega outdoor rave-up to coincide with Tramlines weekend with loads of Sheffield’s finest, the perfect late night knees-up for those that want to keep the party going.
After the main event in Hillsborough Park, Sheffield's legendary music venue The Leadmill are inviting you all back to theirs for a massive street party to keep the festival vibes going.
Dryad presents Off The Tracks ’23 with Halogenix, Particle, Spectral, Blackeye MC, Papa Nugs, B2b and Frazer Ray.
Førge Warehouse are buzzing to be hosting the legendary Kabal crew on Saturday 22nd July for their annual 'Kabal Dayer' event.
Embark on a lyrical odyssey in the Steel City with Shogun and Tzusan, Scotland's dynamic rap duo, featuring the one and only Medallion Man behind the decks.
Sheffield venue hosting or planning a music event on/around Tramlines weekend? We’d love to feature and promote your activity as part of the official ‘The Fringe at Tramlines’ programme. Simply submit the details for your event to Sheffield’s licensing service at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your event will then get listed here on ‘The Fringe at Tramlines’ webpage and we'll help promote your events via our social channels.