Parklife has become one of the UK's premier summer events. Known for its vibrant atmosphere and diverse line-up, the festival attracts music enthusiasts from all over the country and beyond. Established in 2010, Parklife has grown exponentially, cementing its reputation as a must-attend celebration of music and culture.
The festival takes place in Heaton Park, one of Manchester's largest public parks, providing a picturesque and spacious setting for the festivities. Heaton Park's sprawling greenery serves as the canvas for multiple stages hosting an eclectic mix of genres, ranging from electronic dance music and indie rock to hip-hop and pop. With its carefully curated line-up, Parklife ensures there's something for everyone, catering to diverse musical tastes and preferences.
In addition to the stellar musical performances, Parklife offers a variety of immersive experiences and attractions. Attendees can explore art installations, engage in interactive activities, and discover hidden gems scattered throughout the festival grounds. The organizers prioritize creating an inclusive and welcoming environment, fostering a sense of community among the diverse crowd.
The festival has played host to some of the biggest names in the music industry, featuring headliners that span across genres and generations. Past line-ups have included internationally acclaimed artists and emerging talents, contributing to Parklife's reputation as a trendsetter in the festival scene.
Beyond the music, Parklife embraces Manchester's rich cultural heritage, incorporating local flavours, art, and fashion into the festival experience. The city's spirit is palpable throughout the event, adding a unique touch to the overall ambiance.
Parklife has become a highlight of Manchester's annual calendar, attracting thousands of attendees eager to revel in the music, art, and vibrant energy that define this extraordinary celebration. As it continues to evolve and adapt, Parklife remains a dynamic and essential experience for music lovers seeking an unforgettable summer festival in the heart of Manchester.
Weekend GA Tickets starting at £129.50
Day Tickets start from £79.50
VIP Weekend Tickets starting at £169.50
VIP Day Tickets starting at £115.
Prices do not include booking fees
The Parklife 2024 Pre-Sale will be open from 10am on Thursday 25th January to anyone who has registered (registration closes the night before at 6pm on Wednesday 24th January). Remaining tickets will go on General Sale from 10am on Friday 26th January, available via the festival website
Parklife 2024 Line Up