Tramlines returns to Sheffield from 21st-23rd July at Hillsborough Park, with headliners confirmed as Richard Ashcroft, Courteeners and Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbot. Now, the festival has announced an opportunity for emerging talent at this year’s event.
The ‘Apply to Play’ scheme has been a popular feature of Tramlines over the years, and it has been enhanced for the 2023 edition.
A shortlist of artists will be narrowed down from the open application process, before the public vote for their favourites. The overall winner will receive:
– £500 rehearsal and recording credits at the renowned Pirate Studios
– Feature interview in Exposed Magazine
– Paid slots at Truck, Victorious, and Tramlines
– Performance at an industry showcase event – The Social
Operations Director, Timm Cleasby commented: “Local music and new acts have always been a key feature of the festival. It’s always such a privilege to feature acts who then go on to achieve great things and we must continue to use the platform that Tramlines provides to support and nourish local music. I am excited to see which acts blow us away this year.”
Runners up will receive a paid slot at Tramlines and £100 credit for Pirate Studios. Full details on how to apply can be found on the Tramlines website – https://bit.ly/TL23ApplyToPlay
Remaining weekend tickets are on sale now for Tramlines 2023, with over 97% sold already. Head to www.tramlines.org.uk.
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