Parklife 2017: All You Need To Know

Manchester is a city in the UK which is known for it’s huge and diverse music culture. Producing such icons as Oasis and The Stone Roses, throughout the years Manchester has not disappointed with its musical talent.

With Festival season fast approaching, there are so many festivals that you could pick to attend. One of these is Parklife, which is held at Heaton Park, Manchester. Parklife is one of the biggest music events Manchester sees each year and is in the perfect location at Heaton Park, which is one of the largest municipal parks in Europe. Covering an area of up to 600 acres there is plenty of space for Parklife to take place, and each year, it gets bigger and better!

This year Manchester’s legendary Parklife Festival will take place on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June. The lineup includes Manchester four-piece The 1975, Frank Ocean, Two Door Cinema Club, and Stormzy to name but a few. For the full line-up (which you will LOVE) check it out over on the Parklife website here! 

Photo Credit: Twitter @The1975

Getting to Parklife

Heaton Park is located to the North of Manchester City Centre, being only 5 miles from the city centre and is easy to get to via the Bury Metro link line, as well as bus services running throughout the weekend. Travelling by car couldn’t be easier, with it being adjacent to the M60 ring road, and parking being allocated via an advance booking but is very limited! For full details on how to get to Parklife, click here!

Tickets

Over 75,000 people per day will descend on Heaton Park for this huge celebration of diverse music, so you do not want to miss out! To find out more about ticket prices, click here. There are many different ticketing options including weekend tickets, day tickets and the option of general admission or VIP. Each year, the festival sells out, so if you’re wanting to go, get looking at tickets very soon!

Are you attending Parklife this year? If you are, why not tweet us over at @celebmix and let us know!

 

Written by gabbyfabrizio

20 years of age, always writing, attending gigs, or drinking coffee.

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