We are once again delighted to be recognised as an official The Fringe at Tramlines stage and, as well as bringing some of the best jazz, swing, folk and blues acts from the local music scene to the city centre venue, we're handing over Friday night to Kuckoo Rocks for an unsigned showcase.
On Friday 21st July, we're giving a platform to local unsigned indie and rock talent when a variety of bands and artists will be performing on the outdoor stage between 5pm and 11pm.
The live music kicks off on Saturday 22nd July at 1pm when Nicola Farnon & the Made Ups take to the stage. Live performances from Jeremy Sassoon, Papa Soul, and Ash Grey and the Burners will continue until 7pm. Sheffield-based DJ Algie will keep the Leopold Square party going until 11pm.
Kat Eaton will be opening the live music on Sunday 23rd July at 1pm. Having already toured the UK and Europe supporting various artists, including Jools Holland, Paul Carrack and The Teskey Brothers, Kat has steadily been making a name for herself in the UK and overseas.
Dizzy Cub, KONL & Ko, and Ryan Taylor will be continuing the live music throughout Sunday until 8.30pm, before DJ Tink brings our The Fringe at Tramlines event to a close at 11pm.
The festival is such a fantastic weekend and creates a buzz across the whole city, and we're delighted to once again be part of The Fringe at Tramlines. It allows the festival to cater for every musical taste, and for all those who would like to see some of the best unsigned bands in the city, or are fans of swing, soul, funk, jazz and blues, Leopold Square is the place to be. We're looking forward to welcoming everyone along.
You can find more information about our performers on our events pages.
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