The fourth Parklife Festival will take place over two days at a new venue Heaton Park, in Manchester (having moved away from Platts Field Park) in Manchester on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June 2013.
Line-upPlan B, Example, Jurassic 5, Rita Ora, The Maccabees, Rudimental, Wretch 32, Iggy Azalea, Riot Jazz, Disclosure, Johnny Marr, The Horrors, Everything Everything, Toy, Liars, Savages, King Krule, Toro Y Moi, Four Tet, AlunaGeorge, Jessie Ware, Delphic, Crazy P, Quadron, Trojan Sound System, The Temper Trap, Baauer, Boddika, Breakbot, and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, DJ Fresh, Mark Ronson B2B A-Trak, Joey Bada$$, Andy C, Danny Byrd, London Elektricity (DJ Set), Macao Plex, Maya Jane Coles, Netsky, High Contrast, Camo & Krooked, Heidi, Bicep, Cassy, Kerri Chandler, Will Tramp, Daphni, Madeon, Sub Focus (DJ Set), Benga, Jaguar Skills, Hype, Friction, Foreign Beggars, Roni Size, James Zabiela, TNGHT, Action Bronson, Fake Blood, Redlight, Danny Brown, John Talabot, Krystal Klear, Cyril Hahn, Lapalux, Damian Lazarus, Art Department, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Simian Mobile Disco, Todd Terje & Lindstrom, Boys Noize, Erol Alkan, Julio Bashmore, Eats Everything & Justin Martin, Scuba, David Rodigan hosting 'Ram Jam', and more. For the line-up details, day and stage splits, as available please click here.
TicketsTickets are priced at £69.50 for the weekend or £45 for a day ticket. To buy tickets, click here.
Expect a line-up of world famous bands and DJs, a wealth of crazy creations and oddball installations, a host of up and coming acts, local acts, and tasty food stalls.
The Parklife Weekender will also include immersive theatre groups and interactive performers, revellers will be stumbling across a variety of spontaneous performances from the likes of Jungfraus Psychedelic Parade, Cirque Du Manc, the New York Brass Band and a plethora of Cosmic Junk Band Woodland Animals.
Parklife ExpressNew this year is the Parklife Express, enabling Parklife Weekender ticket holders to travel safely, easily and very cheaply from both the City Centre and student district Fallowfield. There will be dedicated bus services running from Fallowfield and the City Centre directly to Parklife's own bus station at Heaton Park.
These services will operate from bus stops opposite Owens Park in Fallowfield and from a location in the City Centre, to be confirmed. The return journey will be direct to the City Centre to take ticket holders to the after parties. These services will be operating continuously from 10.30am on Saturday and 11:30am on Sunday.
Single day tickets are £4.50, for a return journey from Owens Park to Parklife bus station to City Centre, weekend tickets are £9.
Parklife Express tickets can be brought in person from Squirrels Bar (Owens Park Campus) in Fallowfield, and go on sale 15th April at 11am. Bus tickets will also be available to purchase online, please note these will be subject to a credit card handeling fee.
MetrolinkAttendees can also travel to and from Heaton Park by Metrolink. The closest stop is Bowker Vale on the Bury line. Aware that many people will be travelling to and from The Parklife Weekender at Heaton Park, the Manchester Metrolink is also doubling their weekend services to ensure an easy journey to and from the festival.
CharityThe Parklife Weekender also supports charities including The Loop, Freedom from Torture, Each One Teach One (EOTO - a charity founded by headliner Plan B), The Lord Mayor of Manchester's Charity, We Love MCR, and Greater Manchester Riding for the Disabled (GMRDA).
More information will be here when available.
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