Roots Manuva, We Are Scientists, Toddla T for Sheffield's Tramlines Festival

Rolo Tomassi, Field Music, Spector will also play the free Yorkshire event

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Roots Manuva, We Are Scientists and Toddla T are among the acts confirmed for Sheffield's Tramlines festival this year.

The event is free and takes place on July 20–22 at over 70 venues across the city. Also booked to play the event are Rolo Tomassi, Field Music, Spector, Frankie & The Heartstrings, Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves Of Destiny, Future Of The Left, Eseben & The Witch, Toy and over 20 other acts.

The festival is completely ticketless and was attended by over 150,000 people in 2011. For more information about the festival visit

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

Roots Manuva?
Ms Dynamite?
Chew Lips?
Charli XCX
Clock Opera?
We Are Scientists
Field Music?
Frankie & The Heartstrings?
Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves Of Destiny?
Future Of The Left?
Esben & The Witch?
Frankie Rose?
Rolo Tomassi
Toddla T Sound?
Benga & Youngman
Cornell Campbell & Top Cat with Soothsayers
James Yorkston?
Mr Scruff?
Wild Palms
Kill It Kid
The Neat
Lulu James?
Logan Sama ?
Elijah and Skilliam
The Heartbreaks

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