Sheffield news Sheffield residents fuming as Tramlines bans re-entry PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Sam Fender, Kasabian and Madness will be appearing at Tramlines Festival 2022

Sheffield news Sheffield residents fuming as Tramlines bans re-entry PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Sam Fender, Kasabian and Madness will be appearing at Tramlines Festival 2022

Sheffield news  Sheffield residents fuming as Tramlines bans re-entry PremierLeague-News.Com
18 June 2022 - 15:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Some heading to Tramlines Festival 2022 have been disappointed by the event’s re-entry policy. The popular Sheffield music festival has grown much bigger in scale since moving to Hillsborough Park back in 2018. In that year and one following ticketholders were free to come and go as they pleased. This provided a boost to nearby businesses which were regularly frequented and also offered an opportunity for those attending the festival to potentially pop home. The coronavirus pandemic saw Tramlines cancelled in 2020 with it returning last year. Read more: 90s stars to play big Yorkshire event As part of its covid measures, re-entry was not allowed, something which will remain the case for Tramlines Festival 2022. A petition, which has been signed by over 2,000 people, has been launched asking the festival to reconsider this. The petition, launched by Laura Lian, states: “Disappointingly, the 2022 event is still being restricted to no re-entry. As wider, national and local covid restrictions are no longer in place, the organisers are now citing ‘anti-social behaviour’ as the rationale. “We, the undersigned, are calling upon the festival organisers to allow local residents, if not all ticket holders, the flexibility to come and go between their homes and the festival.

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. This has followed discussions with the safety advisory group and the emergency services. Sheffield's Tramlines Festival will be headlined by Sam Fender, Kasabian and Madness in the summer of 2022 at Hillsborough Park The council’s executive director Kate Martin said: “We know that some residents and businesses would like re-entry to be permitted at Tramlines festival, as was the policy in 2019. Tramlines has taken the decision to continue the entry policy adopted in 2021. The SAG [safety advisory group] understands and supports Tramlines’ reasons for this, and would only advise against it if public safety issues were identified, that could not be mitigated.” Tramlines Festival will welcome thousands of people to Hillsborough Park between Friday, July 22 and Sunday, July 24. Big names set to appear include Sam Fender, Becky Hill and Madness. Ahead of the event, we will bring you all the key info you need about the big event. You can also find out more by visiting our Tramlines Festival Facebook group. Don't forget, you can find the latest news about big gigs happening in Yorkshire and nearby by visiting our What's On homepage where you can also find news about great things to do across the region. Read next Disney On Ice is coming to Sheffield this Christmas George Ezra announces Sheffield show 22 Yorkshire festivals and outdoor shows happening this summer Yorkshire concert series to bring £7m economy boost Read More Related Articles The Killers kick off their UK tour with a hit-packed Doncaster show Read More Related Articles Halifax Piece Hall summer concert series with host of top music stars

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