Who we’re excited to see at Tramlines Festival 2019
Summer is finally here, and that means the return of a season of music, and Tramlines Festival 2019 has an amazing line up that we can’t wait to delve into! Here are just some of the acts we are most looking forward to over the weekend.
This guy needs no introductions, and is an absolutely amazing musical artist that manages to command a crowd at every show he does. Everyone knows his work, as it’s featured heavily across FM Radio over the past few years, which is a testament to his global success. His Sunday performance is one not to be missed.
Song we’re most excited to hear: Human
Two Door Cinema Club
Taking to the stage on Friday, Two Door Cinema Club are another of our favourites to look out for. Their music has reached far and wide and often features on Radio 1. Definitely not to be missed.
Song we’re most excited to hear: Something Good Can Work
After storming into the charts over the past few months, Lewis Capaldi’s voice is known by most people by now after huge success with his recent hits. His music and lyrics take you places deep inside, so we’re certain his performance on Sunday is going to be moving and full of emotion, and we cannot wait.
Song we’re most excited to hear: Someone You Loved
Up there in the line up for us HAS to be Circa Waves. Their music is simply divine, and fills my “work” playlist. It’s easy to listen to as it’s soft, mellow tones rest on your ears. I always feel very summery when I hear them, which makes for a brilliant Tramlines Festival artist on Friday.
Song we’re most excited to hear: Times Won’t Change Me
After seeing Annie Mac destroy the stage at V Festival 2017, we’re definitely going to be checking out her full set on the Saturday. You just can’t help but get stuck in and party when Annie is on the decks! She really knows how to put on a party!
Song we’re most excited to hear: Entire set
Of course, there are plenty of other artists we will be checking out over the weekend, including Manic Street Preachers, Reverand and the Makers and Miles Kane. Tramlines Festival 2019 is set to be a brilliant weekend of music in the hear of Sheffield. Check out this years playlist on Spotify below.