Tramlines Fringe festival is coming to DINA and you should come too and enjoy two nights of electrifying music
Celebrate the best of the North, past and present, with a music-packed weekend. Featuring Sheffield’s pioneering new wave band: 2.3.
Returning after a 40-year-dissaparance with a new debut album, 2.3 are ready to storm the scene with the same raw energy that set Sheffield alight in 1977.
Starring alongside them is I Set The Sea On Fire, the alternative rock band whose mix of four-part harmonies with traditional indie rock cement them as the future of the Sheffield music scene.
Travelling from Lancaster is Mr Ben And The Bens, who appeared on BBC Radio 6 to debut ‘How We Used to Write’, as part of his new EP, much to the joy of his fan, Marc Riley.
But by far the most travelled are the Candy Boys. This queer Brooklyn duo will delight Sheffield with their delectable pop songs, coming straight from the self-declared ‘sweetest boy band ever’.
Rounding off the line-up is Tsarzi, the solo creation of Sarah Sharp who exhibits an eccentric mix of genres, from punchy pop to melancholy ballads, which all showcase her signature wry wit.
Turn up at 32 Cambridge Street, S1 4HP on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st at 7:30pm for an event that you just can’t miss.
Best of all? The entry is free.
So come and join us, we guarantee a night of unforgettable music. Free.