The XX, Maps, Slow Club added to Tramlines festival line-up

Bands will join The La's, Little Boots and Reverend And The Makers at Sheffield event later this month (July 24-26)

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The xx, Maps and Slow Club are among the latest editions to the bill at Sheffield's Tramlines festival.

Errors, Rolo Tomassi and Johnny Foreigner will also play on stages curated by Drowned in Sound at the event, which is set to take place July 24–26 at various venues across the city.

As previously reported, the bash will be free to enter and feature sets from Reverend And The Makers and Toddla T, who are curating event with Arctic Monkeys man Matt Helders.

The La's and Little Boots will also appear at the bash, which will see bands play outdoors on the city's Devonshire Green and in venues such as The Harley, Bungalows And Bears, The Shakespeare and The Stockroom.

Further information is available on the Tramlines website.

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