Home Tramlines Tramlines Stereophonics’ Kelly Jones When: 20-22 July Where: Hillsborough Park, Sheffield Who’s headlining: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Stereophonics, Craig David’s TS5 Who else is playing: Clean Bandit, Blossoms, De La Soul, Jake Bugg Tickets: £79, weekend ticket Parklife and Tramlines should really organise a season pass for both – the Oasis hordes will be planning their summer tour of picturesque lager-flinging locales as we speak. Courteeners, Two Door Cinema Club and Nile Rogers & CHIC Credit: Getty Two Door Cinema Club, Courteeners, Nile Rodgers & CHIC among first names for Tramlines 2019 Tramlines Festival Credit: Getty Tributes paid after Tramlines Festival director Sarah Nulty dies, aged 36 Credit: Press The Charlatans confirmed as first Tramlines festival headliner Mike Skinner, Honeyblood and Rolo Tomassi also join Sheffield festival bill Credit: Getty The Cribs toast adopted 'hometown show' at Tramlines festival headline in Sheffield The Wakefield band say they are holding out from playing new tracks until the lyrics are finished Credit: Getty Public Enemy to play Tramlines Festival 2014 The hip-hop group join The Cribs and Katy B on the bill for the Sheffield event Credit: Press The Cribs, Deap Vally, Katy B announced for Tramlines Festival The Sheffield event takes place across 50 venues Credit: Andy Willsher/NME Roots Manuva, We Are Scientists, Toddla T for Sheffield's Tramlines Festival Rolo Tomassi, Field Music, Spector will also play the free Yorkshire event Credit: Danny North/NME Ash, Futureheads, Rolo Tomassi for Sheffield's Tramlines Festival Duke Spirit and Los Campesinos! also booked for free event The Watchmen Movie Premiere screening featuring Gallows Live. Credit: Tim Cochrane Gallows, Rolo Tomassi, Tinchy Stryder added to Tramlines festival 2010 line-up Acts join Mystery Jets, Echo & The Bunnymen and 65daysofstatic at the free event Credit: PA Archive/Press Association Ima Echo And The Bunnymen, Mystery Jets for Sheffield Tramlines festival Craig David, Toddla T also for multi-venue bash The Camden Crawl after party featuring live sets from Drew McConnell, John McLure and Lee Mavers. The La's and The Rascals pull out of Tramlines festival Reverend And The Makers, Little Boots are still playing the bash The Big Read – Dolly Parton: "I take care of business"