Parklife 2023 at Heaton Park

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Parklife 2023 at Heaton Park, Manchester 10 — 11 June 2023 Tickets from £84.50 — Book now

Parklife, the UK’s biggest metropolitan festival, returns on 10 and 11 June 2023, and the line-up is typically huge.

Headlining the festival will be the 1975, fresh off of their celebrated UK tour, as well as Manchester’s own Aitch playing a UK festival headline exclusive. Joining them will be Fred Again.. and The Prodigy as well as Mercury Prize winner Little Simz. Another massive draw is the collaborative show NY State Of Mind from Wu Tang Clan and Nas, which comes to UK stages for the first time.

You can also expect huge names like Skrillex, NxWorries: Anderson Paak & Knxwledge, Slowthai, Becky Hill, Mimi Webb, Raye, Self Esteem, Peggy Gou, Flo and many, many more.

As well as the main event, there will be the usual afterparties spread across the city, featuring a selection of artists who have performed during the main festival. Head to Parklife’s website via the button below for the full scoop of who’s playing and when.

Parklife 2023 at Heaton Park, Manchester 10 — 11 June 2023 Tickets from £84.50 Book now

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