The Cribs, Public Enemy and Katy B to take stage at Sheffield’s Tramlines

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Homegrown band the Cribs are set to play a headlining set at Sheffield’s Tramlines next weekend.

The festival, now one of the biggest of these urban festivals, featuring hundreds of bands across more than a dozen main venues and other fringe events, runs from Friday to Sunday, July 25 to 27.

Headlining the main stage, on Devonshire Green, on the Sunday will be Wakefield’s kings of quirk-pop, The Cribs.

They’ve been rather quiet of late – but with rumours of two new albums later this year, this could be an opportunity to hear what’s coming up from the trio.

Other headliners are Katy B on Friday, Public Enemy on the Saturday and Castleford’s up-and-comers Allusondrugs will be playing on Friday night at the Millennium Gallery.

Day tickets are priced £12, while a weekend ticket costs £28 (both prices for advance purchase and subject to a booking fee) with an age restriction of 14-plus.

Go to for more information and to book tickets.