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Parklife Festival is a multi-genre music festival in Manchester, England. Fresh off its biggest edition to date, the festival is firmly cemented as one of the UK’s favourite.

Annually putting together a lineup anchored by some of the best underground DJs in the world, Parklife Festival has expanded in recent years to include everything from grime and hip hop to pop and rock.

To compliment the stellar musical lineup that’s spread across eight stages, Parklife Festival features chill-out zones, funfair rides, installations, roaming entertainers, interactive art and much more, making it a completely immersive experience.

Heaton Park, one of Manchester’s largest open spaces, has become a focal part of Manchester’s cultural tradition, having hosted a number of iconic gigs and festivals over the years, such as Oasis and the Stone Roses.

Parklife Festival 2019 Lineup

Headliners

Cardi B
George Ezra
Solange
Migos
The Streets
Khalid
Christine and the Queens
Eric Prydz
Dave
Disclosure [DJ set] Major Lazer Soundsystem
Mark Ronson
Chase & Status present RTRN II Jungle

Sat 8 June 2019

The Parklife Stage

Cardi B / Dave / AJ Tracey / Yxng Bane / Nao / David Rodigan / Children of Zeus / Just Banco / Tiffany Calver / RIMON / Rich Reason

The Valley

Disclosure [DJ set] / Nas / Mark Ronson / Kaytranada / Annie Mac / Denis Sulta / DJ Koze / Honey Dijon / Sally C / Major Lazer Soundsystem

Sounds of the Near Future

Christine and the Queens / Loyle Carner / Fredo / Slowthai / Earl Sweatshirt / George FitzGerald [live] / Yaeji / Little Simz / Suspect Now Wave DJs

The Hangar

Eric Prydz / CamelPhat / Fisher / Maya Jane Coles / Paul Woolford / Icarus [live] / Mason Maynard / Olli Ryder B2B Luke Welsh / Cristoph

The Temple

Chase & Status present RTRN II Jungle / Andy C / My Nu Leng / SaSaSaS / Kabaka Pyramid / Randall B2B Brockie & Det / Channel One / North Base / Seani B

Magic Sky

Solomun / Patrick Topping / Solardo / Kölsch / Yousef / Enzo Siragusa / Archie Hamilton / James Organ

The Palm House

Peggy Gou / Hunee / Moodymann / Ben UFO B2B Call Super / Gina Breeze / Crazy P / Krysko / Honey Dijon

G Stage

MK / Sonny Fodera / Mason Collective / Danny Howard / Nightlapse / Prok | Fitch / Ben Sterling

Sun 9 June 2019

The Parklife Stage

George Ezra / The Streets / Khalid / Blossoms / Mabel / Jacob Banks / Lauv / Col3trane / Kero Kero Bondito / Nicola Bear / Easy Life

The Valley

Migos / Stefflon Don / Octavian / Black Coffee / Mr Eazi / Themba / Distruction Boyz / Jamz Supernova

Sounds of the Near Future

Solange / Mura Masa / Jungle / Pusha-T / Maribou State [DJ set] / JPEGMAFIA / Mormor / Cautious Clay / Now Wave DJs

The Hangar

Adam Beyer / Amelie / Lens Maceo Plex / Alan Fitzpatrick / Ilario Alicante / Luigi Madonna / Greg Lord

The Temple

Marco Carola B2B Jamie Jones / Joseph Capriati / Richy Ahmed / Skream / Joey Daniel B2B Leon / Pete Zorba / De La Swing B2B Pirate Copy

Magic Sky

The Martinez Brothers

The Palm House

Bicep [DJ set] / Ricardo Villalobos / Mall Grab / Daniel Avery / Helena Hauff / Marie Davidson [live]

G Stage

Todd Terje / Gilles Peterson / Artwork / Krystal Klear / Cromby / Hammer / Kettama / Zutekh DJs / Mella Dee / Prospa

Parklife Festival 2019 Tickets

Accommodation

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PARKLIFE FESTIVAL – Manchester, United Kingdom
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Travel Info

BY CAR

Official Parklife car parking at Heaton Park is available by advance purchase at £15.00 per day. Car parking at Heaton Park has very limited availability so please purchase your parking tickets in advance from Ticket Master & Ticket Arena.

There is absolutely no on street parking around the event site and there will be a number of roads closed in place around Heaton Park. Traffic wardens wil be patrolling the area around Heaton Park and your car will be towed and impounded by the wardens. If you are driving to Parklife, please use the official event car park.

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BY METROLINK

To get to Heaton Park from the City Centre using the Metrolink, you will need to board the tram to Bury and get off at the Heaton Park stop. Metrolink operate a regular service throughout the day with each stop having an LED departure board with up to date times.
If you wish to use the Metrolink to get back to the City Centre after 6pm then you will need to go to the Bowker Vale stop. Directions to the stop will be signposted by all the customer exits. Heaton Park Metrolink station will close at 18:00 hrs on both event days

BY BUS

Heaton Park is served by these existing bus routes from around Greater Manchester 135, 59, 64, 484, 495, 164, 165. More information on buses can be found @ www.tfgm.com

BY COACH

Travel by Coach will be available from Warrington, Liverpool, Preston, Leeds, Sheffield, Nottingham, Birmingham and London. You can book your ticket below:

Coach Travel

BY TAXI

Taxis are also a very popular way of leaving the park; There will be a Manchester Hackney Carriage Taxi Rank in Blackley New Road and a Bury Hackney Carriage Taxi Rank outside the Woodthorpe pub on Bury Old Road as well as an official private hire pick up point near the car park on Sheepfoot Lane.

BY PLANE

If you’re flying into Manchester Airport, take a National Rail train to Manchester Oxford Road before crossing over to St Peters Square Metrolink station and taking a line 2 to Heaton Park.

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