Parkilife Weekender Linup Announced

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Now one of the UK's most-loved festivals, The Parklife Weekender has revealed that once again it will be turning its line-up announcement on its head with some surprise artists unveiled before the big day.

Giving fans a taste of what’s to come at this year’s event, from Tuesday 28th until Thursday 30th January, two teaser artists will be disclosed at 9.00am and 12.30pm ready for the big unveil on Friday 31st January. To keep in-the-know on the latest Parklife news, tune-in via the festival's Facebook and Twitter profiles. The festival also announces that weekend early bird tickets have now gone on sale for just £75 each. The summer’s hottest and best value-for-money ticket will give festival-goers access to a medley of the best acts music has to offer. For more information plus tickets visit the Parklife Weekender website. 

The Parklife Weekender will be entering into its fifth year and is the brainchild of heavyweight dance music promoters, The Warehouse Project. With a music offering spanning several genres including electronic, pop, indie, hip hop and alternative. Previous acts have included Chic feat. Nile Rogers, The Flaming Lips, Plan B, Booka Shade, Fourtet, Disclosure, Jessie Ware plus many more. More than just a music festival, Parklife continues to push boundaries and keep the illustrious music heritage of Manchester alive. For more information visit the Parklife 

Published on 27 January 2014 by Ben Robinson

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