The rock legends will take to London and Glasgow as part of their mammoth European tour.
Celebrating its eighth edition, Parklife 2018 promises to be an unmissable weekend in your summer calendar.
Details about the line-up will be revealed in the new year, but expect another stellar selection of artists spanning hip hop, grime, pop, indie and electronic music. Parklife is also getting a new theme – and we already love its new logo (shown above)! As in the past, there’ll be 16 arenas to experience along with a VIP arena offering exclusive attractions and special guest DJs.
Last year Parklife was headlined by The 1975 and Frank Ocean, who were joined by an impressive bill of talent including Boy Better Know, A Tribe Called Quest, Jess Glynne and Two Door Cinema Club. Liverpool-based DJ and producer James Organ also brought his electric set to the festival.
Among many unforgettable highlights, Parklife 2017 featured a touching tribute to victims of the terror attack at Manchester Arena. With the Mayor of Manchester and emergency services on stage, and after moving speeches from Councillor Pat Karney, Carl Austin-Behan and Andy Burnham, vocalist Matt Healy led a “minute of noise” before The 1975 began their headline slot.
Parklife has built a solid reputation as one of the UK’s leading summer festivals – and it’s an event that truly embodies the impassioned spirit of Manchester.
Super early bird tickets for next year have already been snapped up, and with each edition of Parklife selling out, you should act fast to secure a spot.
So don’t delay, register your interest in tickets and information for Parklife 2018 now.