Parklife 2017 line up, tickets, weather, travel and everything else you need to know

Parklife 2017 line up, tickets, weather, travel and everything else you need to know

Parklife festival returns this weekend with a 2017 line up that includes headliners Frank Ocean, The 1975 and London Grammar.

New Orleans R&B star Ocean is making his first confirmed UK performance since 2014 at the Heaton Park festival and it will be the first chance for fans to hear him play tracks from last summer’s critically-acclaimed second studio album Blonde, which featured megastar collaborations from the likes of Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar and James Blake.

Ocean first rose to attention as a member of LA rap crew Odd Future before going solo with debut mixtape Nostalgia Ultra in 2011, followed by his first major label album Channel Orange in 2012.

Also on the bill for the two day festival are Two Door Cinema Club, Eric Prydz, Stormzy, Giggs, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, Fatboy Slim, Jamie Jones and Anderson .Paak, who recently supported Bruno Mars on his world tour.

Parklife 2016 – Sunday

Parklife Saturday line up 2017

The Parklife stage

The 1975

Two Door Cinema Club

George Ezra

Chaka Khan

Ratboy

Cabbage

Japanese House

Salen

Nicola Bear

Will Orchard

Temple

Boy Better Know

Giggs

DJ EZ

AJ Tracey

LEVELZ

Stefflon Don

Preditah

P Money

J Hus

Ghetts

President T

Jamz Supernova

Jonny Dub

Sounds of the Near Future

London Grammar

Anderson .Paak & the free nationals

Little Dragon

Jagwar Ma

Floating Points solo live set

Mick Jenkins

Rejjie Snow

Fakear

Joey Purp

Rex Orange County

Now Wave DJs

The Warehouse Project & Kaluki presents

Jamie Jones

Seth Troxler

The Martinez Brothers

Hot Since 82

Patrick Topping

Richy Ahmed

Max Chapman

Greg Lord

Pirate Copy

Hangar

Fatboy Slim

Above & Beyond

Pete Tong

Oliver Heldens

Hannah Wants

My Nu Leng

Monki

Gotsome

Olli Ryder & Luke Welsh

Palm House

Jackmaster

Moodymann

The Black Madonna

Fatima Yamaha live

Hunee

Jasper James

Dekmantel Sound System

Krysko

Zutekh DJs

Elrow

Solardo

Waze & Odyssey

William Djoko

De La Swing

Eddy M

Jacky

Ape & Metropolis

Wilkinson dj

Noisia dj

Toddla T & Coco

Hype & Hazard

Dub Phizix & Strategy

Norman Jay

Nightmares On Wax

The Heatwave

Star One

North Base

Rich Reason


Parklife Sunday line up

The Parklife Stage

Frank Ocean

Jess Glynne

Run the Jewels

Rag’n’Bone Man

Zara Larsson

NAO

Raye

Now Wave DJs

Temple

Damian ‘jr gong’ Marley

Andy C

Wiley

Danny Brown

David Rodigan

Goldie (influences set)

DJ Craze

Congo Natty

Nadia Rose

Conducta

Venum Sound

Sounds of the Near Future

Stormzy

Flying Lotus

Mura Masa

Sampha

Loyle Carner

Tom Misch

Bonzai

Jordan Max

Fakear

Will Orchard

The Warehouse Project presents

Carl Cox

Adam Beyer

Joris Voorn

Kolsch

Mind Against

Nastia

Lauren Lo Sung

Hackett

Hangar

Eric Prydz

Armand van Helden

Dusky

Maya Jane Coles

Melè

Klose One

Theo Kottis

Ellie Cocks

James Organ

Palm House/Feel My Bicep

Dixon

Bicep

Jon Hopkins

Midland

Gerd Janson

Denis Sulta

Moxie

Hammer

Elrow

Joseph Capriati

Skream

Yousef

Marc Maya

George Privatti

Elliot Adamson

Studio 161

Joe Goddard – live

Artwork

Horse Meat Disco

Crazy P – live

Romare – live

Alexis Taylor – dj (hot chip / prince tribute)

Krystal Klear

Will Tramp

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Tickets

Parklife tickets are all but gone, but you can still get some – if you want to go VIP. Planet VIP tickets cost £145 for the weekend, or £85 for the day. If you’ve got a standard ticket, you can buy a VIP upgrade for £30.

You can get in for free – but you’d have to be happy working as a festival volunteer.

Where is Parklife?

Parklife is held at Heaton Park in Prestwich, a few miles outside of Manchester city centre.

The full address is:

Heaton Park
Middleton Road
Higher Blackley
M25 2SW

Heaton Park

Manchester weather

As usual, the Manchester weather is set to be a mixed bag for Parklife. Last year was a game of two halves, as the rain came down on the Saturday – not that it put people off having fun in the mud – and then dried up on the Sunday.

The year, the weather is set to be cloudy, rainy but warm – 19 degrees. So maybe pack your wellies but not your parka. Sunday is a bit better, with occasional cloud but plenty of sun, and a temperature of 18 degrees.


How to get to Parklife

Parklife Travel Pass

Event organisers have created a combined travel pass, giving ravers the opportunity to use both the Metrolink and Parklife Express shuttle bus services, between Manchester city centre and Heaton Park. You can buy a ticket for each day (£5 each) or a full weekend pass (£10).

REMEMBER: Passes must be exchanged for a wristband to be valid for travel, e-tickets are not valid. Wristband exchange points will be located on Aytoun Street (open 9.30am to 5pm) and at Cathedral Gardens (n front of the National Football Museum, 10am to 5pm). Exchanges will be open on the Saturday June 10 and 11 ONLY. If you lose your wristband you won’t be given a replacement, you will have to pay for another ticket.

Metrolink

If you’re heading down on the tram on the day then you will need to take the Bury line and jump off at Heaton Park. Heaton Park station will be closed from 6pm on both days, if you are heading back into the city centre later than that you will need to walk down to Bowker Vale stop.

Parklife Express shuttle buses

Revellers will be able to hop on the express shuttle from Aytoun Street (Corner of Minshull St. near Piccadilly train station) and drops off right inside the festival site, running from: Buses will run from 9.30am to 5pm on Saturday and 10.30am to 5pm on Sunday. Return Bus Service from Heaton Park to City Centre starts at 18:30 until late.

Buses

As well as the Express shuttle, you can reach Heaton Park by hopping on the following bus routes, across Greater Manchester: 135, 59, 64, 484, 495, 164 and 165. You can find route maps and a journey planner on the Transport for Greater Manchester website.

Bike

To encourage greener travel there will be space bike racks will be available in the car park.

On foot

The greenest and cheapest way to travel, if you live in walking distance then you’re in luck.

If you’re driving, we’re got a guide on the best way to get to Parklife .

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