Stagecoach Supertram can take you hassle free to where it’s all at, with tram stops at Cathedral, City Hall, West Street and Shalesmoor serving the main stages and a free ‘busker bus’ service providing a link from the tramway to other venues such as the Folk Forest at Endcliffe Park.
Don’t forget that within the festival zone the tram is a handy way to ride up and down between the venues, running up to every 5 minutes, so why not buy one of our great value all day tickets and make the most of your day!
On Saturday and Sunday we are offering a Festival Explorer ticket giving a days unlimited travel within the festival zone (Sheffield railway station to Shalesmoor) for just £3. We are also offering a special festival Weekender ticket valid for unlimited travel across the whole tram network for two days on the Saturday and Sunday for just £7. These are in addition to our normal tickets including the Sheffield tram & bus Dayrider, great value at £3.90.
If you are going to Tramlines by car you can avoid the hassle of driving into the busy City Centre with our Park & Ride, run in partnership with Travel South Yorkshire, an official Tramlines Festival travel partner. Car parks are available at Middlewood, Malin Bridge, Nunnery Square (Parkway), Meadowhall and Halfway, from where you can ride the tram effortlessly into the City Centre and the heart of the festival action. For more details of Park & Ride please visit www.travelsouthyorkshire.com.
FOr more information and details of the lineup for this year, visit http://www.tramlines.org.uk/