Episode 64

Tramlines 2021: Pod in the Park

Published on: 26th July, 2021

James and Adam bring you a special podcast recorded live at this year's Tramlines festival at Hillsborough Park in Sheffield, including some highlights of the Everly Pregnant Brothers' set on Saturday afternoon and a chat with their lead singer, Big Shaun.

It was amazing to see so many people back together having fun. Lots of smiling, and lots of laughing.

Tramlines went ahead as a Government test event, with everyone needing proof of their Covid status using the NHS App. It was amazing well organised and run by the Tramlines team and a huge well done to all of them for making it all happen at such short notice.

Tickets for Tramlines 2022 go on sale 6pm on Monday 26 July here: https://tramlines.org.uk/

Find out more about the Everly Pregnant Brothers at https://everlypregnantbrothers.co.uk/ and get tickets for their September gig at Sheffield City Hall at https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/event/35005859D8CAA4FC?did=ukvenpre

You can also follow Shaun on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BrotherShaunEPB

Roll on Tramlines 2022 :)

WARNING: There's a quite a bit of swearing in this episode and if you're from Doncaster, Chesterfield, Rotherham, London or particularly Leeds, well.... if you're easily offended, you might want to give this one a miss hey?

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Sheffield Hopcast
Sheffield Hopcast
Unpretentious beer talk from the Steel City.



Join hosts Adam and James and friends as they discover and try new beers, meet local breweries and look at the beer scene across Sheffield

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James Marriott

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James is a Podcast Strategist and specialises in helping brands and individuals to get a podcast off the ground. His hobbies include football, fancy beer and collecting gadgets and microphones.

Adam Nicholson

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I'm Adam, I'm the co-host of Beer Here Now. I'm passionate about great beer and the beer industry and like to use podcasting to express my knowledge and opinions.