Tramlines takes place across the city of Sheffield on 22-24 July
Today saw over 60 new names added to the bill for this year's Tramlines Festival in Sheffield.
While many of the new additions are indie and pop acts (such as The Dandy Warhols and Marika Hackman), of more interest to iDJ readers will be the likes of DJ Hype, who'll be appearing alongside IC3, and a joint performance by Machinedrum and Ragga Twins. Also announced today were recent iDJ interviewee Dub Phizix and grime MC Big Narstie. Oh and they've got everyone's favourite new DJ, too… snooker legend Steve Davis.
All of the above join an impressive line-up that already included George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic, Jurassic 5, Kelis, My Nu Leng, Crazy P Soundsystem, Robert Hood pres Floorplan, David Rodigan, Skream, Mr Scruff, Norman Jay and Toddla T.
Tickets for Tramlines are still on sale, priced £42 for a weekend ticket covering all stages and venues, day and night. For club access only, a weekend pass costs £20, while admission to the official closing parties on Sunday night is an extra £5.
For more information, see the Tramlines website.
Tags: Tramlines, Sheffield, DJ Hype, Machinedrum, Ragga Twins, Dub Phizix, Big Narstie George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic, Jurassic 5, Kelis, My Nu Leng, Crazy P Soundsystem, David Rodigan, Skream, Mr Scruff, Norman Jay, Toddla T.