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June 2019
Festivals

And So I Watch You From Afar are headlining the Sheffield City Hall Ballroom at this summer's Tramlines

A co-headliner will be announced in May.
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Published: 3:45 pm, March 29, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
And So I Watch You From Afar are headlining the Sheffield City Hall Ballroom at this summer's Tramlines

The Fringe portion of Sheffield all-dayer Tramlines has announced a few new bands. 

Leading the way are Sheffield City Hall Ballroom headliners And So I Watch You From Afar, as well as A.A. Williams, Svalbard, Boss Keloid, Body Hound and Tigger Thumb.

ASIWYFA comment: “We always feel right at home in Sheffield, the history, the music, the people, its not unlike like Belfast in many ways. If this years show at Tramlines is anything like the last one its going to be something very special indeed."

The festival will take place on 20th July. A co-headliner for The Fringe at Tramlines will be announced in May.

And So I Watch You From Afar are headlining the Sheffield City Hall Ballroom at this summer's Tramlines

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