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Sundance to play Tramlines Crystal Stage 2017

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Tramlines Festival this year is shaping up to be an interesting and exciting one. 

With the official festival focussing on just three main stage areas (all outdoors), the fringe side of things has stepped forward to take over the urban side of Sheffield over the weekend.

Non more-so than the Crystal Stage, curated by Aggressive Management, which is traditionally a venue that champions new bands, new music and artists who are yet to be discovered by many Sheffielders

Already announced as headlining the Sunday this year for example is KEIR, an outstanding artist from the South West who is currently under-wraps but headed for huge things in the future. 

On the more local front today saw SUNDANCE announced as playing Tramlines Crystal Stage this year.

This young band have much promise and although it's very early in their musical careers they're already forming a wide and loyal army of fans as well as starting to pen some great songs. 

The future seems very bright for this band who have already struck up relationships with some of the industry tastemakers and professionals, and Crystal Stage seems a perfect platform for them to show what they can do.

As always entry to Crystal is free all weekend (no tickets, passes or wristbands needed - just walk on in!) and over the weekend promises to be the single-most exciting fringe stage of them all.

Make sure you're there for Sundance's set too and see why a few people have their eye on them for the future

Tramlines Crystal Stage 2017 event pagehttps://www.facebook.com/events/486386981551402/

Sundance - https://www.facebook.com/sundancemusicuk/



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