Parklife x Student Beans

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Parklife is back for its 10th anniversary with an offer that students can’t refuse!

Manchester’s favourite festival has teamed up with Student Beans to offer fans of electronic, dance, indie and grime the chance to secure a weekend ticket at a discounted rate of £95 or £14.25 a month, plus three months of Apple Music for free.

Past line-ups have included Manchester favourites Liam Gallagher, The 1975 and LEVELZ as well as artists from around the world including Lorde, Sigrid, Run the Jewels and Wu-Tang Clan.

To access Parklife tickets before anyone else, register with Student Beans and follow this link before Saturday 1st December.

With 10,000 early bird tickets already sold, we’re predicting that Parklife will be even bigger and more ambitious in 2019. Grab your tickets quick, as it’ll certainly be a sell out!

You can find our review of Parklife Festival 2018 here.

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Georgina Hurdsfield

Masters student in Psychological Wellbeing in Clinical Practice at Manchester Metropolitan University. Keen photographer and music enthusiast.

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