Example, & Plan B headline Manchester's Parklife

plus Johnny Marr, Jurassic 5, Derrick Carter & more as line-up revealed

By Scott Williams | Published: Thu 14th Feb 2013


Saturday 8th to Sunday 9th June 2013
Heaton Park, Manchester, M25 2SW, England MAP
£69.50 for weekend, or £45 for a day
Daily capacity: 15,000
Last updated: Fri 3rd May 2013

Plan B, and Example will headline Parklife Festival which returns for a fourth year to a new, undisclosed location, in Manchester, having moved away from Platts Field Park to an unnamed bigger capacity location.

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Parklife Festival will take place over two days at a new venue (having moved away from Platts Field Park) in Manchester on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June 2013.

Saturday's Main Stage line-up is Plan B, The Maccabees, Jessie Ware, Delphic, Crazy P, Quadron, Trojan Sound System, and Will Tramp.

While on Sunday the stage is home to Example, Rita Ora, Rudimental, Wretch 32, Iggy Azalea, Riot Jazz, Juicy DJs, Johnny Dub, and special guest Jurassic 5.

Appearing on WHP & Now Wave present 'Sounds of the Near future' in association with FACT are Disclosure, Four Tet, AlunaGeorge, Daphni, Danny Brown, John Talabot, Krystal Klear, Cyril Hahn, Lapalux, and Now Wave DJs.

Whilst Circo Loco will host Maceo Plex, Kerri Chandler, Davide Squillace, Tale Of Us, Shaun Reeves, and Cirillo.

The Kaluki Presents The Jac line-up on Saturday features Maya Jane Coles, Heidi, Bicep, Cassy, George Fitzgerald, DJ Ellesse, and special guest Derrick Carter.

Paradise Presents Hot Natured's Stage also features Lee Foss, Dyed Soundorom, Richy Ahmed, Rob James, and Waff.

Whilst Hospitality host Netsky, High Contrast, Camo & Krooked, Danny Byrd, London Elektricity (DJ Set), Spy, Fabio, Nu:Logic, Fred G v Grafix, Metrik, and MCs: Wrec, Dynamite, Rexas, Youthstar.

Drop The Mustard will bring to the Terrace a line-up of Madeon, James Zabiela, Fake Blood, Redlight, Pearson Sound, Ben UFO, Bondax, Dusky, Huxley, and Maribou State.

Whilst helping Metropolis celebrate 10 years are Sub Focus (DJ Set), Benga, Jaguar Skills, Hype, Friction, Foreign Beggars, Roni Size, Dismantle, Culprit 1, North Base and MCs: Dynamite, GQ, IC3, ID, Tonn Piper .

Sunday on Now Wave in association with CLASH are The Horrors, Everything Everything, Toy, Liars, Savages, King Krule, Toro Y Moi, Post War Years, Now Wave DJs, and special guest Johnny Marr.

Acts confirmed for The Ape Parklife Beatdown are DJ Fresh, Mark Ronson B2B A-Trak, Joey Bada$$, Andy C, Benga, DJ Ez, Breakage, Joker, Roses Gabor, Broken English, and Rich Reason..

Also on Sunday Hudmo presents acts including TNGHT, Action Bronson, Zebra Katz, Breakbot, Hudson Mohawke (DJ Set), Jackmaster, Redinho, and Spencer.

Sunday also sees Crosstown Rebels host Damian Lazarus, Art Department, Subb-an, Shaun Reeves, Rob James, and Francesca Lombardo.

Whilst the Big Top hosts Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Simian Mobile Disco, Todd Terje & Lindstrom, Boys Noize, Erol Alkan, Max Cooper, and Will Tramp on the second day.

On Sunday the Warehouse Project present Julio Bashmore, Eats Everything & Justin Martin, Scuba, Tiga, Benoit & Sergio, TEED (DJ Set), Lone, and Alexis Raphael.

Completing the line-up for Sunday David Rodigan hosting 'Ram Jam' on the Terrace with The Toddla T Sound, Shy FX, Zinc, The Bug, Dub Phizix, Strategy, Mele, and Venom Sound System.

Tickets are priced at £69.50.

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