The Parklife Festival 2023 will begin in less than 100 days. The day and stage divides for this year’s Parklife Festival have been revealed, with The Prodigy, Little Simz, and Rudimental headlining.
Heaton Park will host the UK’s largest metropolitan festival on June 10 and 11, with general weekend tickets having sold out. Carl Cox, Becky Hill, Fred Again…, and Wu-Tang Clan & Nas will be among the artists performing at the event.
The 14th edition of the festival will also include Manchester presence in the form of musicians such as The 1975 and Aitch, who will appear as part of a UK festival headlining exclusive.
With less than 100 days until the big weekend, Parklife executives have stated that just a limited amount of day and VIP tickets are still available for purchase, and that they are all expected to sell out quickly.
On Saturday, Aitch, Little Simz, Rudimental, Mimi Webb, and Raye will headline the Parklife Stage, while The 1975, Slowthai, and Self Esteem will perform on the main stage.
Aitch stated earlier this year, in response to his first major UK festival headline performance: “It’s been one of my main ambitions since I started playing music, so to see it happen now is surreal. I don’t care what happens next; I’m content.”
Fred Again… On Saturday, Skrillex, Peggy Gou, and Annie Mac will wow spectators at The Valley, while The Prodigy, Jamie Jones, and The Blessed Madonna will all perform on the same stage on Sunday.
Groove Armada, DJ Paulette, Honey Dijon, Eliza Rose, Patrick Topping, Gorgon City, Joseph Capriati, and Shy FX will all be performing over the weekend.