It’s here. Nearly two years in the making, Parklife has announced details of its unmissable 2021 lineup. Heaton Park will once again be packing an almighty punch with a lineup that stands as one of the greatest in the Parklife history. In a UK Festival Exclusive performance, Mercury Prize and BRIT Award winning leader Dave steps up to headline a memorable Saturday night and that’s just the beginning. Fresh from stealing the show at the Grammys, Megan Thee Stallion makes her Parklife debut in style for a must-see ‘Savage’ moment whilst the likes of Skepta, DaBaby, Disclosure, Young Thug, Burna Boy, AJ Tracey, Mabel, slowthai, Nines, Mist, Earl Sweatshirt, KSI, Little Simz, Celeste, Becky Hill, PA Salieu, Princess Nokia and more will all touchdown in the heart of Manchester.
Ready to soundtrack Parklife’s hotly anticipated return, across the weekend, it’s a who’s who of dancefloor greats. From Jamie XX, Bicep (Live), Peggy Gou, Four Tet, Kaytranada, The Blessed Madonna, Annie Mac, Camelphat, Honey Dijon, Artwork, Jamie Jones, Jayda G, Skream and Jon Hopkins through to the heavyweight power of Pendulum Trinity, Carl Cox, Andy C, Eric Prydz, Jax Jones, Adam Beyer (Presents Drumcode), Sub Focus, Wilkinson and many more.
With tickets being met with unprecedented demand, the final Parklife 2021 tickets will go on sale on Wednesday 24th March at 10am – with tickets being sold through a very special presale, available to those who have signed up over the past few weeks. With over 250,000 people signed up, Parklife has had to close registrations for the very first time.
Parklife 2021 takes place between Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th September 2021Heaton Park, Manchester
Presale Tickets (open only to those who signed-up in advance) are on sale from 10am on Wednesday 24th March
Subject to demand General Release will go on sale from 10am on Thursday 25th March.
Tickets available from:https://parklife.uk.com/
With over 250,000 festival-goers already signed up, demand is expected to be very high when pre-sale tickets drop.
Parklife 2021 takes place at Manchester’s Heaton ParkHeaton Park, Middleton Rd, Manchester M25 2SW
Manchester Piccadilly Station is accessible from across the UK
London > Manchester Piccadilly (2 Hours)
Birmingham > Manchester Piccadilly (2 Hours)
Leeds > Manchester Piccadilly (1 ½ Hours)