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Mini Tramlines!

It’s a month to go until Tramlines… so we’re doing a trial run!

Adam and James are joined by Tramlines organiser Alex Deadman at Cutlery Works to try to cram Tramlines into just an hour.

We have beer – of course! But how has James picked out the cans to go with our Tramlines theme?

We have food cooked up for us by of Gravy Train, residents at Cutlery Works, and also serving up at Tramlines this year.

And we have live music from two bands who will be performing at the festival:
The Seamonsters
Oddity Road

Both perform amazing stripped back acoustic tracks for us.

Alex gives us the lowdown on the festival itself, Leah from Cutlery Works tells us about the food court they’re doing at Tramlines, and we learn a bit about what poutine actually is from Harry

Tramlines is 19-21 July at Hillsborough Park. For ticket information head to

About the author, James

James is co-founder and co-host of the Sheffield Hopcast.

He works for a Sheffield based podcast tech company and is also a panellist on a football podcast. The Hopcast brings together two of his true loves - beer and talking.

You can normally find James propping up a bar somewhere around S11 - his locals are The Lescar, Porter Cottage, The Beer House, Ecclesall Ale Club and The Stag's Head

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