As Tramlines Festival’s celebratory ten-year event (20th – 22nd July at Hillsborough Park in Sheffield) is fast approaching, a mouth-watering Tramlines food line-up has been revealed.
With everything from vegan fast food to portable Sunday dinners and award-winning pies and burgers, visitors will be spoilt for choice.
The much larger new site at Hillsborough Park will offer more food and drink traders than ever before, all carefully selected for quality and diversity.
Festival-goers can enjoy food from across the globe whilst grooving to headliners Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Craig David’s TS5, plus Clean Bandit, Blossoms, De La Soul, Milburn, Jake Bugg, Everything Everything, Tom Grennan and loads more.
Tramlines is firmly on trend with vegan fast food options aplenty. Back in the 70’s at the birth of the festival movement, meat-free options were much more abundant on festival fields than on your average high-street. Fast-forward to 2018 and veganism is more widely practised for many reasons including ethical choices and health and sustainability of the planet.
There is also a distinctly Yorkshire flavour to the Tramlines food offer including the now famous Yorkshire Pudding Wraps – an entire Sunday roast presented in a portable and easy to eat, Yorkshire pudding wrap. Fillings include slow roast beef and pork, with all ingredients locally sourced from Yorkshire suppliers.
For those wanting more spice in their lives, Indian and Pakistani street food comes
Also on a spicy tip is The Kebab Cartel who specialise in homemade
Award-winning bites are on offer including ‘Flying Cows’ creators of the High Flyer burger which won Best Burger in the 2017 British Street Food Awards.
Tramlines are also committed to providing plenty of ‘free from’ options with another award-winning dish on offer from ‘Pieminster’, the Bristolian masters of all things pie. Their gluten free ‘Heidi Burger’ was selected as the best Free From pie at the 2016 British Pie Awards, beating over 800 other entrants.
For people looking for sweet treats, Tramlines food line-up has plenty on offer. There are homemade donuts from Festival Donuts and traditional confectionary from Gordon’s Sweets alongside homemade milkshakes from Flying Cows.
Tramlines will not let anyone go thirsty. There will be plenty of bars on site including the ‘Magners Cider Garden’ which will feature live music, and details of an official Tramlines Ale, created exclusively by a local brewer will be released next week.
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Check out the full Tramlines food line-up for 2018 below:
- Chips and Wicked Dips
- The Cheese Cave
- Flying Cows (Burgers Shakes)
- The Seacow
- The Pizza Parlour
- The Mac Truck
- The Rickshaw Club (Indian Street food)
- The Pizza Bus
- Tiger Bites Bao Buns
- The Gravy Train (Poutine)
- Festival Donuts
- Get Wurst
- Joe’s Fish Finger Butties
- The Taco Shed
- Senor Churros
- Kebab Cartel
- Moka Coffee Bar
- Texas Smoker
- Wholesome Junkies
- Gordon’s Sweets
- Piggie Smalls (hotdogs)
- Wah Wahs (churros)
- Chicken Shed
- Burrito Shack
- Seafood Mediterranean Wraps
- Seasoned Potato Wedges & Dips
- The Tex-Mex Kitchen
- Greek Street Food
- The Fish and Chip shed
- Wrap a Yorky Pudding
- Chicken Shop
- Chips and Dips.
As members of the Association of Independent Festivals, Tramlines are
Tickets for the 10th Tramlines Festival have been selling fast. They’re now on sixth release costing £79 plus booking fee for a weekend ticket, covering all three days and are available from www.tramlines.org.uk. Keep an eye out for further announcements by following Tramlines on social ‘@tramlines’