Tramlines has teamed up with Cutlery Works, Sheffield’s first food hall and the largest in Northern England, to bring a brand new curated street food area to the festival!
Popular vendors Shed and Froconut lead the line up, with many more to come. Cutlery Works, which opened in November 2018, became a permanent home for many street food traders, and has well and truly made its mark on the Sheffield indie food & drink scene. The street food area at Tramlines 2019 will take its inspiration from the now-famous food hall, with communal seating and chilled out atmosphere, alongside an exciting array of street food vendors from the local area catering for meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans alike.
After a massive foodie-step up in 2018 for Tramlines, this year promises to be even better and good quality, varied food for all tastes and requirements is a huge part of what the Tramlines experience is about.
Outside the new Cutlery Works area, there will be the amazing Meatless Farm, mouth-watering pies from Pie Minister, Get Wurst, The Gravy Train Poutine, and the unbelievable Proove Pizza. 2019 will be our most extensive festival-wide food offering to date, plenty to keep you filled and fuelled for a full 3 days watching incredible music and soaking in the best Sheffield festival vibes.