Outlines In its second incarnation, the Outlines Festival rocked Sheffield again on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 March, drawing crowds from all over the country. Outlines is the brain-child of the people behind big-sibling Tramlines festival and focuses on bringing the audience a genre-spanning mix of big names and emerging talent.


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Sisters Of Mercy Darkened smelly, smokey clubs, with sticky floors and DJ's playing vinyl from up on high. The sub-culture of an 80s scene - which by identity, you could belong. And the DJ plays. 'Floorshow.' We young teenagers dance, immersed in the churning beat. My introduction, way to many years ago, to tonight's headliners - a welcome return to Andrew Eldritch and The Sisters of Mercy.


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