Parklife 2018

With 8 stages and many more DJ acts there is something for everybody. Whether you like a small intimate tent finding new talent or a huge stage packed full of big names it’s all at Heaton Park this weekend at Parklife.

Big names are booked such as Liam Gallagher, The XX, Jamie XX and N.E.R.D to name just a few, this year is going to be bigger and better than ever. There’s a reason Parklife was trending on Twitter the day the acts were announced!

Getting to the festival has been made easier and safer this year with partnerships being made with Manchester transport companies. You can by Metrolink tickets in advance costing just £10 for the weekend or £5 each day. The Heaton Park stop is very close to the site but will close at 6pm both days so if you need to use it after that then the Bower Vale stop is the closest.
Parklife have shuttle buses this year which run from the city centre straight into the site itself and is the easiest way to travel.
If you prefer a taxi then there are private hire taxi ranks on Blackley New Road & Bury Old Road. An official private hire pick up point is near the Sheepfoot Lane car park too.
Do not loose your wristbands as there are no replacements and all tickets are now sold out!

Security will be strict on the gates for safety reasons so it’s worth only taking essentials like money, phone and wallet. Good news is you won’t need your brolly as it looks like a warm dry weekend (but don’t quote me, it Manchester).

There are plenty of food and drink stands within the site plus gourmet food for VIP ticket holders.
All tickets are now sold out but if you do have a standard ticket there is an upgrade stand within the festival and this allows you to access better toilets and more importantly more dj’s!

The weekend is set to be a big hit and one of the best festivals Manchester has to offer going from strength to strength each year!

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