Earlybird tickets are now on sale for the Parklife Weekender 2013 – available online and in two physical ticket outlets. At a ridiculously good value of £55 for the full weekend, these will be available for one week only until the 31st of January, when regular priced tickets are released.
On 31st January Parklife will announce one artist who will be appearing at the festival over the following 2 weeks a further 10 acts (some big, some up-and-coming) will all be revealed. This all culminates to with the announcement of the FULL LINE UP on 14th FEBRUARY!!
Countdown to Parklife Weekender 2013 is launched 31st Jan. Early bird tickets released at just £55 and line-up coming soon. Tune in online daily from 31st January to discover the first 10 acts from an astounding line-up, to be fully revealed on Valentines Day, 14th February. www.parklife.uk.com 8th & 9th June 2013, Manchester, location TBA.
Early bird tickets priced at only £55 are now on sale for Parklife Weekender 2013 which will take place Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th of June 2013 at a Manchester location which will be revealed soon. These amazing value for money tickets will only be on sale for one week.From 31st January the countdown truly begins with first 10 acts from a jaw-dropping line-up being released daily and the final full offering unveiled on Valentine’s day. Fans can connect to The Parklife Weekender via their Twitter, Facebook or website to witness the pieces of the 2013 puzzle fall into place.
Consistently heralded by fans as Manchester’s official start to the summer, the festival has ushered in the good times for three years now. Each event has been a sold out smash hit and the fourth installment will be The Parklife Weekender’s biggest and best to date.
Previous line-ups have included Annie Mac, The Flaming Lips, Jessie Ware, Skrillex, Crystal Castles, Jamie xx, Chase & Status, Dizzee Rascal and many more of the best electronic, indie and pop. 2013, similarly, will not disappoint!
Clash magazine “a smorgasbord formed of the finest sonic flavors”The Times “City festival worth of Manchester’s musical pedigree”
Virtual Festivals “a well-conceived line-up with plenty of urban sensibilities… an ‘Outdoor Studio 54 for the Noughties’”Notion magazine “Parklife has become more than a mere city festival, rapidly earning its stars and stripes as the go-to festival for the glitter-wearing, bass-loving generation”
Data Transmission “Yet another memorable and over whelming weekend… Platt Fields will be missed, but we wait with eager anticipation for the new plans for this jewel of a festival”
The Parklife website is (as of today) under new construction but check it out for regular updates, news, competitions and more – www.parklife.uk.com
Physical Ticket Outlets
Manchester: Eastern Bloc Records
Fallowfield: Font Bar