Ash, Futureheads, Rolo Tomassi for Sheffield's Tramlines Festival

Duke Spirit and Los Campesinos! also booked for free event

Ash, Futureheads, Rolo Tomassi for Sheffield's Tramlines Festival

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Ash, The Futureheads and Rolo Tomassi have been confirmed for Sheffield's Tramlines festival this year.

The event is free and takes place on July 22–24 at various venues across the city. Also booked to play the event are The Duke Spirit, Frankie And The Heartstrings, Los Campesinos!, Young Legionnaire ,The Chapman Family and Dananananaykroyd.

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The line-up for this year's Tramlines Festival festival so far is:

Arrows of Love
Daddy Freddy
David Rodigan
Django Django
Dry The River
Frankie And The Heartstrings
Hey Sholay
Johnny Clarke
Josh T. Pearson
Los Campesinos!
Michael Prophet
Milk Maid
Milk White White Teeth
Nat Johnson and The Figureheads
Race Horses
Rolo Tomassi
Shake Aletti
Stalking Horse
Still Corners
Tall Ships
The Chapman Family
The Crookes
The Duke Spirit
The Everly Pregnant Brothers
The Futureheads
The Hipshakes
Toddla T
Trophy Wife
We Are Animal
Wet Nuns
Young British Artists
Young Legionnaire

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