78 more acts announced for Manchester's Parklife

T Williams, Koreless, Dark Sky, Medlar, & many more

published: Fri 3rd May 2013

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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: 15000
last updated: Fri 3rd May 2013

Parklife Festival has announced more acts across four stage for the event held this year in Heaton Park, in Manchester on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June 2013.

Confirmed for the Red Bull Music Academy Stage on Sunday are T Williams, Koreless, Dark Sky, Medlar, Pedestrian, Jolly Mare, 14th, and Squarehead.

Also over the weekend Mirrordome will host Greg b2b Krysko, Alex Blaxx, Zutekh, Ninjury, Pedro, Hi Ku DJs, Butter Side Up DJs, Alex Lewis b2b Willow, Richard Rowell, Chris Bookless, Tenkicolor DJs, Dollop, Mono_Cult DJs, Selective Hearing, Jay Gregory, Dom Lev, Audio Farm, Oxymoron, No Curfew Events, Movement Mag, Lo Shea, A Hill & Harry Sheehan, Kathryn Dodds & Kristian Eustace, and Sian Bennett.

The Kopparberg Happening's line-up has been confirmed as H2, Daniel Bennion, Chow Down Djs, T-Pot DJs, Mute! DJs, Content DJs, Departure DJs, Half Full DJs, Thick As Thieves, Idiosync, Adapt, Rikki Humphrey, Clayton, Itchy Feet DJs, Fresh Fridays, Vital Techniques, Dolce, Nanny Banton, Jam, Darka, Bane, BBC, and Henry.

WhilstThe Tree House will host COMPA, Electric Minds, Max Chapman, AJ Cristou, Cynt, Coen, Dan Mackinnon b2b Michael Fortune, Henry Bird, Deadexit, Pasquale, Lebreton, Andy H, Jus Jorge, Bass Face, Szajna, Caspar Stevens, Knee Deep DJs, Grrd, Exhibit DJs, Just William, Onefifteen DJs, De:Bug Sheffield, and Works Unit DJs.

Now in its fourth year 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. Ben Paget, Creative Director says: "We've been really excited about the launch of the art grants for 2013. Choosing only a handful from such a wealth of creativity was certainly a challenge. Looking forward to seeing the reactions."

They join a line-up that includes Plan 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, 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.

Tickets are priced at £69.50 for the weekend or £45 for a day ticket.

To buy tickets now, click here.

The 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).

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: 15000
last updated: Fri 3rd May 2013


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