Indietracks is a unique summer music festival, combining steam trains and indiepop music!
It takes place at the Midland Railway Centre in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside, and our most recent festival was on the weekend of 29-31 July 2016.
Here’s a short trailer from Jeanie Finlay’s new Indietracks documentary, which explains what the festival’s all about:
What’s Indietracks like?
Each year around 50 new and established indiepop artists perform across a range of stages at the festival. Visitors are free to enjoy steam train rides, railway attractions and museums, discos, art and craft workshops, great food and a selection of real ales. Read more on our what’s it like? page.
How long has this been going on?
2016 was our 10th year! The first Indietracks events took place in 2007, and we’ve been running every year since. Previous artists include Saint Etienne, Teenage Fanclub, Camera Obscura, The Go! Team, Gruff Rhys, Allo Darlin’, The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, Art Brut, The Hidden Cameras, The Vaselines, Slow Club and Emmy The Great. Read more on our Previous events page.
Every year we release a download compilation album featuring bands playing at the festival. All proceeds go to the Midland Railway charity. Indietracks compilations