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Parklife returns bigger than ever in 2021
Parklife 2021 sees the Manchester festival return to the city's Heaton Park on 12th-13th June 2021 for a weekend alongside some of dance and alternative music's foremost names.
Promising to come back bigger than ever following its year off, Parklife will once again curate a top-tier lineup across eight stages, including its prestigious main stage that has featured sets from the likes of Liam Gallagher, The xx and Solange down the years.
But beyond the main stage is where Parklife really comes alive, with seven stages consistently showcasing house, techno, garage, drum and bass and more from DJs such as Disclosure, Peggy Gou and Andy C.
Having started out back in 2010 as the curiously named Mad Ferret Festival in Rusholme's Platt Fields Park, the festival rebranded to Parklife and moved to its current home in Heaton Park in 2012. It is now curated by a number of the UK's foremost dance brands, including fellow Manchester event series The Warehouse Project and has gone onto welcome some of music's biggest artists over the past decade, such as Liam Gallagher, Foals, Disclosure, The Chemical Brothers and The 1975.
And once the main festival has finished, festival-goers have historically had a number of after parties to choose from – named Afterlife – which have featured a selection of artists that performed during the main festival (as well as others) in venues across Manchester. Details of Afterlife are usually revealed closer to the festival.
This year's lineup has yet to be announced for this stage.
Heaton Park, one of Manchester's largest open spaces, has become a focal part of Manchester's cultural tradition, having hosted a number of iconic gigs and festivals over the years, such as Oasis and the Stone Roses.
Heaton Park, Manchester, M25 2SW, United Kingdom
BY PLANE: If you're flying into Manchester Airport, take a National Rail train to Manchester Oxford Road before crossing over to St Peters Square Metrolink station and taking a line 2 to Heaton Park.
BY TRAIN: Manchester Piccadilly is served by many national rail services throughout the UK. Once at the station, walk to Market Street Metrolink station to board a line 2 metro to Heaton park.
BY BUS: Heaton Park is served by the following bus routes from around Greater Manchester: 135, 59, 64, 484, 495, 164, 165.
You must be at least 17 to attend, and 17 year olds have to be accompanied by an adult (18 or over) up to a ratio of four 17 year olds to one adult.
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