Tramlines 2019, Done and Dusted – Sunday Highlights

Music / July 24, 2019
by Johanna Roelich

Well that’s it for another year, Tramlines showed us a cracking time – as always.

After nursing a few sore heads after the first two days in Sheffield, we arrived back raring to go for a third and final day of electrifying energy all around the festival. The atmosphere was mental as everyone felt the hype of some incredible talent that was set to take the stages on the Sunday.

The legend that is Lewis Capaldi came on the stage with his swag and banter attitude, joked around with the crowed then took to the mic. The crowd were on top form, singing along to every lyric – we all know the tracks, let’s be honest.

Tom Grennan was a highlight for the scotts team, due to our personal relationship with the top lad. It may have taken him three attempts to sing one song but nonetheless he nailed it. His powerful voice was something else as it reached all the way to the back of the crowd with the same fierce sound as it did the front. He went on to sing all the favourites ‘Found What I’ve Been Looking For’, ‘Something In The Water’ and so many more, and the crowd loved it.

After catching some fresh talent from The Library Stage; October Drift, Blackwaters and Otherkin to name just a few, we went back to the Main Stage for the Nile Rodgers & Chic, and that was incredible. The atmosphere was mental as people relived the moment they heard the sound for the very first time.

Check out our highlights from the third and final day of Tramlines 2019.

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