Parklife 2020: Festival lineup, tickets and more coming to Manchester
The Parklife 2020 lineup has been announced, with the multi-genre Manchester music festival set to turn up the volume on the weekend of 13 and 14 June.
Among those headed to Heaton Park this summer are grime star JME, Scottish crooner Lewis Capaldi, Skepta, Khalid and Tyler, the Creator. Returning to Britain after a five-year hiatus, this will be the first time the Grammy-winning American rapper has headlined solo outside of London in the UK.
Parklife now ranks as the biggest metropolitan festival in Europe, with 160,000 fans headed to Manchester. ‘Madchester’ is already the UK's best city for live music, with 87 gigs per 100,000 people. Given how much Mancunians love a good time, it should come as no surprise that there are a series of Parklife afterparties held across the urban centre cleverly named Afterlife.
Spanning two days and eight stages, the Parklife lineup is who's who of artists from a variety of styles. This year’s event will also include an early performance by Liam Gallagher on Friday 12 June. The former Oasis frontman tweeted: “So if you haven’t heard I’m playing HEATON PARK 12th June 2020 I’ll be playing songs from my 2 no 1 solo albums and yes you guessed it some stone cold OASIS classics c’mon you know LG x”.
Organised by a group including the people behind The Warehouse Project event series, the top UK festival began in 2010 as Mad Ferret Festival in Platt Fields Park, Rusholme — yes, that really was its name.
Can’t wait to live your best life at Parklife 2020? Keep reading for everything you need to know before you. Spoilers: Parklife lineup, how to get tickets, when and where this UK festival is and more!
- Lineup highlights: Tyler, The Creator, Khalid, Lewis Capaldi, Skepta, Lewis Capaldi, Khalid, Jorja Smith, Giggs, Anderson .Paak, Robyn, Peggy Gou, Carl Cox, Andy C…
- Location: Heaton Park, Manchester
- Dates: 13 and 14 June 2020
- No. of attendees: 160,000
Who’s playing on the Parklife lineup in 2020?
The Parklife 2020 lineup is a constellation of some of the biggest stars in music at the moment including Tyler, the Creator, Khalid, Lewis Capaldi, Skepta, Khalid, Jorja Smith, Giggs, Robyn, Anderson .Paak, AJ Tracey, Fatboy Slim and Charli XCX.
Previous performers include Foals, Disclosure, The Chemical Brothers, The 1975 and Liam Gallagher, who will be returning this year for a special pre-festival performance on 12 June.
So if you haven’t heard I’m playing HEATON PARK 12th June 2020 I’ll be playing songs from my 2 no 1 solo albums and yes you guessed it some stone cold OASIS classics c’mon you know LG x
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) November 27, 2019
Parklife 2020 lineup
Tyler, The Creator, Khalid, Lewis Capaldi, Skepta, Jorja Smith, Robyn, Anderson .paak & The Free Nationals, Giggs, Eric Prydz, Carl Cox, Bicep Live, Four Tet, Fatboy Slim, Aitch, D-block Europe, AJ Tracey, Hot Chip, Charli XCX, Mabel, Camelphat, Adam Beyer & Cirez D, Annie Mac, Peggy Gou, Sven Väth, Fisher, Andy C, Nina Kraviz, Joseph Capriati, Loco Dice, Green Velvet, Grime MC FM, Goldlink, Roisin Murphy, Jon Hopkins DJ, Solardo, Sonny Fodera, Gorgon City, Seth Troxler, Floating Points Live, Honey Dijon, Skream, Richy Ahmed, Alan Fitzpatrick, Michael Bibi, Avalon Emerson, Mo Stack, Little Simz, Badbadnotgood, Ilario Alicante, Marc Rebillet, Mahalia, M Huncho, Jay1, Lucky Daye, Tierra Whack, Sub Focus, Wilkinson, Hybrid Mindz, Outline, Shy Fx, Midland, Eris Drew, Octo Octa, Romy, Celeste, Jaykae, Jax Jones, Crucast, High Contrast, My Nu Leng, Holy Goof, Mella Dee, DJ Seinfeld, Jayda G, Artwork, Krystal Klear, Folamour, Nic Fancuilli, Leon Vynehall, David Rodigan, Joris Voorn, Enzo Siragusa, Purple Disco Machine, Joy Crookes, Georgia, D Double E, Paul Woolford, Yousef, Dimension, Kings Of The Rollers, Friction, Hype & Dillinja, Santi, House Gospel Choir, Kettama, Waff, Archie Hamilton, Moxie, Channel Tres, Pink Sweat$, Tiffany Calver, Sherelle, KSI, Chaos In The CBD, The Vision, Offaiah, Detlef, Joey Daniel, Eli & Fur, Ben Sterling, Mason Maynard, Franky Wah, Pawsa, Dennis Cruz, Cristoph, Yotto, Jacky, Randall, Barely Legal, DJ Die, Bou Rebuke, Brame & Hamo, Alisha, Benny L, Fred Again, Blackchild, Reelow Bassel Darwish, Mollie Collins, Harriet Jaxxon, North Base, Mark Xtc, Del-30, Wuh Oh, L.devine, Bad Girl$, Black Josh, Too Many Man, Pirate Copy, Understate, Holly Lester, Krysko, Greg Lord, Will Tramp, Jonny Dub, Zutekh DJs, Josh Baker, Olli Ryder, Luke Welsh, Now Wave DJs, Astroworld DJs, Yung Omz, Nicola Bear
When is Parklife 2020?
Parklife will take place on the weekend of 13 and 14 June 2020.
Where is Parklife Festival?
Parklife 2020 will once again be held in Heaton Park (Middleton Road, M25 2SW — Google Maps), north of Manchester city centre. At 600 acres, it is one of Europe’s largest municipal parks and has previously hosted events like Cities in the Park as well as huge concerts by The Stone Roses and Oasis. Before 2012, Parklife had previously been known as Mad Ferret Festival and took place in Platt Fields Park, Rusholme.
Are there age restrictions?
Under 17s are not permitted into Parklife 2020, with all 17-year-olds needing to be accompanied by an adult (18 years or older).
Can you camp at Parklife 2020?
No, Parklife is a non-camping music festival. You will be required to leave the event when it ends at 23:00 and be sure to have a designated driver as you will not be able to leave you car there overnight.
How much are Parklife tickets?
Parklife tickets went on sale on 30 January 2020 at 10:00am BST — weekend general admission is £125, while GA for the day on Saturday or Sunday is £69.50. Didn’t get yours in time? You can always find Parklife tickets on StubHub.