Sam Fender at Tramlines: set list, songs, tickets, tour dates, where is he from

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Sam Fender will headline the festival in Sheffield

Sam Fender will headline Tramlines Festival tonight.

The Hypersonic Missiles singer will be the last performer on the Main Stage in Sheffield today (22 July).

He is joined by many other high profile acts on the bill - including James, Declan McKenna and more.

It comes a week after he headlined Finsbury Park.

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He will also be a headliner at Truck Festival tomorrow (23 July).

Here is all you need to know:

When is Sam Fender playing Tramlines?

The northern rocker will be headlining Tramlines Fesival today (22 July).

It will take place Sheffield at Hillsborough Park.

What time will Sam Fender be on stage?

Sam Fender is scheduled to perform on the main stage at 8.30pm.

His set is due to finish at 10pm, according to the Tramlines Festival app.

So you can expect a set lasting around 90 minutes.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JULY 08: Sam Fender performs on the main stage during the TRNSMT Festival at Glasgow Green on July 08, 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JULY 08: Sam Fender performs on the main stage during the TRNSMT Festival at Glasgow Green on July 08, 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JULY 08: Sam Fender performs on the main stage during the TRNSMT Festival at Glasgow Green on July 08, 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) | Getty Images

Who else is playing Tramlines Festival today?

The following acts are on the main stage:

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  • 12.45pm - Harri Larkin
  • 1.45pm - Shed Seven
  • 3pm - Baby Queen
  • 4pm - Jade Bird
  • 5.15pm - Declan McKenna
  • 6.45pm - James
  • 8.30pm - Sam Fender

What songs could Sam Fender play?

Sam Fender released a new track called Alright last week (22 July) just in time for his huge concert at Finsbury Park.

It is available on Spotify and other streaming services.

Setlist.fm have confirmed the setlist played by Sam Fender on Friday night.

Full list of songs he played:

  • Will We Talk?
  • Getting Started
  • Dead Boys
  • Mantra
  • Better of Me
  • The Borders
  • Spice
  • Howdon Aldi Death Queue
  • Get You Down
  • Spit of You
  • Alright (live debut)
  • Play God
  • The Dying Light

Encore

  • Angel in Lothian
  • Saturday (crowd singing into full band)
  • Seventeen Going Under
  • Hypersonic Missiles

Sam Fender 2022 tour dates

Sam Fender is due to play the following dates in the UK in 2022:

  • Saturday, 23 July - Truck Festival, Oxfordshire
  • Saturday, 28 August - Victorious Festival, Portsmouth

Where is Sam Fender from?

He is from North Shields, which is in the wider Newcastle area.

Sam Fender is known for his strong Geordie accent.

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Tramlines Tickets

Tickets for Tramlines Festival are completely sold out for 2022.

It has a capacity of 30,000 people.

Can you re-enter?

Please be aware that there is no readmission to Tramlines Festival after entry, so please plan ahead.

Can you bring your own food and drink?

No food or drink is permitted (with the exception of a sealed 500ml water bottle and baby food). There are bars and lots of food options including plenty for vegetarians, vegans, kids meals and the likes.

Please don’t bring any form of alcohol with you, any alcohol found will be confiscated at the gates. Drinking is not permitted in the queues.

What is the bag policy?

Tramlines advises attendees not to bring bags with you.

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If absolutely necessary ensure they are no larger than an A4 piece of paper. Please understand that bringing a bag will lead you to experience increased queueing time.

The festival says: “Expect to be searched.”

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