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Parklife Reveals Line-Up for its 2020 Installment

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Manchester’s very own Parklife Festival has declared its first line-up announcement of 2020, located at the holy ground of Heaton Park. The weekender festival is back on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th of June and it’s officially time for everyone to start planning their yearly pilgrimage to one of Manchester’s best music festivals.

This cutting-edge line-up announcement boasts some of the biggest names in pop, grime and dance music with headline performances on the Parklife Stage coming from Tyler, the Creator and Khalid. Its clear the masterminds behind The Warehouse Project are determined to top previous years with 2020’s instalment.

They are joined by grime sensation, Skepta, who is headlining The Valley, pop maverick Charli XCX and vocal powerhouse Lewis Capaldi. Further down the line-up is Manchester’s very own rap star Aitch, emerging talent Joy Crookes and our one to watch L Devine.

Both days are packed out with some of the world’s hottest musical talent, spread out across eight fantastic stages. Ticket prices come in at £125 for the whole weekend, with day tickets priced at £69.50 each, subject to booking fees. VIP packages are also available for those who want those extra perks.

Tickets can be purchased here, but be quick, as they are sure to sell out, and who really wants to be that person begging for a ticket online at the last minute?

Tickets purchased through the official site also come with some perks. Festival-goers will receive an exclusive playlist plus 3 months free Apple Music, 8% off at hotels.com and Parklife giveaways every Friday.

Join the official event here to let your pals know you’re going.

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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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