Parklife Weekender 2014 Overview
Manchester’s Parklife Festival weekender will celebrate its fifth year in 2014. Joining the thousands of revellers travelling to Manchester from all over the UK will be a hand-picked line-up of the musical maestro’s intent on turning proceedings into the ultimate party.
Expect all the usual festival malarkey plus some of the UK’s top bands, plus some local upcoming talent and star DJ’s over the weekend.
Artists booked to appear include: Snoop Dogg, Rudimental, Public Enemy, Annie Mac, Katy B, Foals, Bastille, London Grammar, Sam Smith, Warpaint, Clean Bandit, Nero, Gorgon City, Shy fx, Flying Lotus, Gold Panda
Captain Murphy, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Maceo Plex, Maya Jane Coles, Duke Dumont, Breach, Redlight, Andy C, High Contrast, Camo & Krooked, MK, The Martinez Brothers
Davide Squillace, Carl Cox, Nina Kraviz, Skream, Heidi, Ame & Dixon, Hot Since 82, Disclosure, Julio Bashmore, Kerri Chandler, SBTRKT, Moderat, Jon Hopkins, David Rodigan, Mike Pickering, Artwork, Soul II Soul, Damian Lazarus, Art Department, TEED DJ Set, Tale Of Us, Joy Orbison, Erol Alkan and many more
Our review of last years festival can be found here
Parklife Weekender 2014 Line Up
Age & Metropolis presents Digital Soundboy
The Temple Curated By WHP
Disclosure Present Wildlife
Sounds Of The Near Future
Parklife Weekender 2014 Travel Info
You can take the number 135 from Manchester City Centre, which stops at the tram station on Bury Old Road. Many buses travel to Heaton Park, including 56, 59, 64, 64A, 135, 137, 138, 150, 151, 484, 495. Please check with the Transport for Greater Manchester website for the latest transport information and interactive journey planner.
By Metrolink Tram
The nearest metrolink tram station is Heaton Park. Trams run regularly from the City Centre and other destinations. There is a gate into the park directly opposite the station, and once in the park you should keep walking straight ahead ignoring the paths going off to the left and right. At the ‘T-junction' turn left and walk up the hill. You will eventually see the hall to your right and the Farm Centre buildings -with the clock tower to your left. It takes 10 - 15 minutes to walk from the Station Gate into the historic core of the park.