Super Early Bird tickets go on sale for Parklife 2018 just one week after biggest festival yet

Parklife Festival celebrated its seventh year in the most Mancunian way possible last weekend – in a rain-soaked field with loud music, happy ravers and plenty of booze-fuelled action.

But before the dust could settle, organisers have already announced that tickets have been made available for next year’s festival as part of their Super Early Bird promotion.

The sold out weekend saw 160,000 revellers flock to Heaton Park for a huge celebration of hip-hop, grime, pop and electronic music, with highlights including headline performances from The 1975, Frank Ocean, Boy Better Know, Chaka Khan, Rag’n’Bone Man and Jess Glynne.

Not only that, but there was also a huge a selection of independent and world renowned acts such as Little Dragon, Giggs, Fatboy Slim and Stormzy on show too – meaning if this year’s event was anything to go by, then the 2018 edition promises to be even bigger and better.

The Super Early Bird tickets are priced at just £99.50 for a general admission weekend ticket and £119.50 for a VIP weekend.

Parklife are also offering a three-part payment plan for weekend tickets in order to provide an affordable option for music fans, which works out at £13.84 per month including TicketPlan refund protection.

Anyone who attended Parklife 2017 will also be sent a discount code for an extra 5% off weekend tickets. However, the final Super Early Bird payment plans are only available until Friday 23rd June, so make sure to hurry or you might miss out!

This year’s Parklife Festival was one of the biggest turnouts the show has ever had – an amazing feat considering last month’s Manchester Arena attack.

For more information on how you can purchase Super Early Bird tickets to Parklife 2018, visit the ticketing site here.


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