Parklife locks in Fred again.., The Prodigy and Little Simz for 2023
Exclusive performances from Aitch, Wu-Tang Clan and Nas have also been announced
Parklife has revealed its full line-up for 2023, with headliners including Fred again.., The Prodigy and Little Simz.
Further headliners joining them at Manchester's Heaton Park across June 10 and 11 include The 1975 and Manchester’s own Aitch who is “buzzin” for his first major UK festival headline slot.
Speaking about exclusive UK headline performance, Aitch says: “It’s been one of my main goals since I started music so for it to be happening now at this point is unreal. I don’t care what happens after this, I’m happy."
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This year’s festival will also see hip hop icons Wu-Tang Clan and Nas unite for their ‘NY State Of Mind’ show, marking the first time both acts will share a stage in the UK.
Names set to appear from the dance music world include Skrillex, Peggy Gou, Rudimental (Live), Chase & Status (DJ set), Carl Cox, Overmono, Nia Archives, Andy C, Annie Mac, Eliza Rose, Honey Dijon, Jyoty, an exclusive Michael Bibi b2b Jamie Jones set, and many more.
Other notable acts include FLO, Shygirl, Mimi Webb, Meekz, Mike Skinner, JPEGMAFIA, Self Esteem, Confidence Man and Raye.
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On top of the line-up, Parklife has announced that it has expanded the venue of Heaton Park to create 10 stages with takeovers from the likes of Glitterbox, XXL, BBC Radio 1 Dance, DnB All Stars and Worried About Henry.
Tickets are priced £85 + booking fee for the day, with full weekend tickets available from £129.50 + booking fee.
Pre-sale tickets go live on Thursday at 10:AM, while general sale tickets are released on Friday at 10:AM.
Sign-up for presale tickets here and check out the line-up below.
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