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Volunteer at Indietracks 2017

We’re looking for volunteers for the Indietracks festival weekend. It’s a great way to gain experience of working at a charity fundraising music festival, it can be really fun and it means you can get in for free! We’re looking for volunteers for the following positions: Stewards All stewards will …

Apply to run a workshop at Indietracks 2017

Every year we run a selection of arts and crafts workshops at Indietracks. In previous years, we’ve had cupcake decorating, ukelele playing, fanzine making, sewing, rock and roll sock puppets, cheerleading, Lego album covers and Lindy Hop dancing! And this year, we are introducing a additional new family area for …

Bid for a piece of Indietracks history!

Here’s your chance to own one of three special Indietracks canvas bags, signed by loads of the artists playing at this year’s festival and stuffed full of lots of records and goodies from the merchandise tent! All the proceeds from the auction will go to the Midland Railway – the …

Thank you for coming!

Huge thanks to everyone who came along to Indietracks this year and helped us celebrate our 10th festival in style! The weekend seemed to fly past so quickly, and we hope you all had a brilliant time, danced to some amazing bands and spent some fun time with some fantastic people! …

Last minute reminders!

We hope you’re looking forward to Indietracks this weekend – we can’t wait to celebrate our 10th year with you all! Here’s a quick checklist to help you prepare for this year’s festival. We’ve tickets available on the gates, so if you fancy popping along for the day or the …

Fundraising for Sarcoma UK

We were all absolutely devastated to hear last year that Carey Lander, keyboardist with Camera Obscura, passed away after her long and brave battle against sarcoma cancer. Camera Obscura played at Indietracks twice, and are much-loved by both our organising team and also lots of our audience who come back to the …

Indietracks interview #13: Pete Green

Interview by Sam Metcalf Pete Green is a Sheffield-based singer/songwriter, poet, ineffectual layabout and king of the impossible. His career highlights include a minor internet hit in Germany with a song about MySpace (ask your parents), and making the sound go funny when his debut solo single ‘Everything I Do …