Manchester’s Parklife Festival is back for its 10th edition. A whole decade later, the festival is bigger and better than its ever been. This year’s being the fastest selling to date. Parklife is up there with the UK’s biggest and best summer festivals, and its easy to see why with such a banging line up.
On June 8th and 9th 2019, Heaton Park will see Cardi B, George Ezra, The Streets and Solange descending upon it. All 8 stages, including the massive Parklife Stage, The Temple, the atmospheric Palm House, The Big Top, will be full of the biggest and brightest talent in music. But of course there’s more. There’s a loads of installations, interactive art pieces and a ton of fairground rides and amazing food to boot.
From DJs, to big names in pop, Parklife covers it all.
Cardi B is one of the biggest headliners. She took the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2017 with ‘Bodak Yellow’. This made her the first female solo rapper to do so in almost 20 years. Now a Grammy winner, you know Cardi’s set is surely one not to miss.
She’s joined by George Ezra, he’s a recent Brit winner and the name on everyone’s lips. George Ezra is taking the world by storm with his second LP Staying at Tamara‘s, which dropped last year. After sell out UK and European tours, he’ll be taking on a headline slot at Parklife.
The Streets will be making their first festival appearance in almost nine years, in other words, it own’t be one to miss. Solange will be performing a mega set, probably full of new music. Christine and the Queens will be making her Parklife debut following the release of her critically acclaimed second album Chris late last year, in addition Mark Ronson is now the owner of an Oscar, and he too will be putting on a mega DJ set.
Khalid, Kaytranada, Blossoms, Migos, Loyle Carner, Major Lazer, Disclosure in addition, festival staple Annie Mac will be making appearances. Alongside tons of other musicians you can see below!
View the full Parklife line up below:
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