Parklife announce star-studded line up for this year’s Heaton Park extravaganza

The 1975, Aitch and The Prodigy are the big names announced for this year's Parklife Festival.

Manchester’s biggest music festival returns to Heaton Park Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June 2023.

And they have announced a star studded line up for this years edition.

Headlined by the 1975, Aitch and The Prodigy, some of the other big names on the roster include: Fred Again… Little Simz, Anderson Paak & Knowledge, Slowthai, Raye and an incredible collaborative show featuring Wu-Tang Clan and Nas showcasing their ‘NY State of Mind’ performance.

Limited pre-sale starts tomorrow (February 2) at 10am GMT, while full ticket release goes live this Friday at 10am GMT.

Full weekend tickets cost £129, with Saturday entry £95 and Sunday Entry £79.50.

You can buy your tickets here.

The urban festival is from the same team behind the Warehouse Project, and first began in 2010 in its former Rusholme location before moving to Heaton Park in 2012.

Over the decade since the first event, Parklife has welcomed performances from music legends such as Mark Ronson, Wu Tang Clan, Disclosure, George Ezra, The Chemical Brothers, Snoop Dogg, The XX, Liam Gallagher, N.E.R.D, The 1975, Foals and many more.

The non-camping northern festival has developed a reputation for its wonderfully diverse and eclectic line-up, attracting some of the world’s biggest artists to its multiple stages. The event also has chill out zones, street food and bars, entertainers and art installations to enjoy.

Here are some of the other featured artists for the 2023 festival:

Skrillex, NxWorries, Groove Armada,  Anderson Paak & KNXWLEDGE, Becky Hill, Raye, Peggy Gou, Slowthai, Rudimental, Patrick Topping, Self Esteem, Carl Cox, Confidence Man, Flo, Overmono, Mimi Webb, Jon Hopkins, Andy C, The Blessed Madonna, Annie Mac, Eliza Rose, LF System, Nia Archives, Fisher, Knucks, Michael Bibi B2B Jamie Jones (exclusive), Honey Dijon, Mall Grab, ShyGirl, JPEGMafia, Mike Skinner, Meekz, DJ EZ, Sub Focus, Skream, TSHA, Joseph Capriati, JYOTY, SOLARDO, Charlotte De Witte, WIlkinson, SHY FX, Joesef, Gordon City and Sonny Fordera.

This year, Parklife will be going cashless ‘to improve customer experience’ through faster service and reduced queue times.

Parklife sold out in less than 48hrs in 2022 and over 190,000 have signed up for 2023 so demand is likely to be very high.



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