VIDEO: Sheffield Tramlines highlights

Tramlines, Sheffield’s urban music festival, saw huge numbers of people turn out for international acts Sister Sledge and Public Enemy - but also local bands, like Liberty Ship and The Sherlocks, writes Grwaham Walker.

VIDEO: Press the play button to watch video highlights from Saturday, July 26.

Hip Hop giants Public Enemy storm the stage at Devonshire Green

Hip Hop giants Public Enemy storm the stage at Devonshire Green

MORE VIDEO HIGLIGHTS: See other video highlights from Tramlines - CLICK HERE.

The Main Stage in Devonshire Green was completely sold out by late afternoon, as Public Enemy were about to take the stage.

Thousands of people enjoyed the show inside but hundreds more outside lined the streets, sipped drinks and listened to the sounds they couldn’t get in to see.

Here we show highlights from headliners Sister Sledge and Public Enemy, who played the Main Stage.

TRAMLINES 2014'Disco legends Sister Sledge play the MainStage at Tramlines on Devonshire Green

TRAMLINES 2014'Disco legends Sister Sledge play the MainStage at Tramlines on Devonshire Green

Then it was over to Sheffield Plug to see emerging bands including Liberty Ship and The Sherlocks.

VIDEO: WE ARE FAMILY, SISTER SLEDGE: Watch Sister Sledge perform We Are Family - CLICK HERE.

VIDEO: Public Enemy ‘video bomb’ Sister Sledge interview - CLICK HERE

TRAMLINES 2014'The Devonshire Green Crowd go wild for Hip Hop giants Public Enemy

TRAMLINES 2014'The Devonshire Green Crowd go wild for Hip Hop giants Public Enemy

TRAMLINES 2014'Disco legends Sister Sledge play the MainStage at Tramlines on Devonshire Green

TRAMLINES 2014'Disco legends Sister Sledge play the MainStage at Tramlines on Devonshire Green