Parklife 2020 Announce Lineup

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Manchester music festival Parklife has confirmed the lineup for its 2020 edition, set to take place on 13th-14th June this year inside the city’s Heaton Park.

Amongst those confirmed to be performing at the festival’s 10th edition are Tyler, the Creator, Skepta, Lewis Capaldi, Khalid, Jorja Smith and Giggs.

The announcement comes after Parklife revealed that grime icon JME will bring his Grime MC FM show to the festival.

Also announced today are Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Robyn, Fatboy Slim, AJ Tracey, Four Tet, Bicep (live), Charli XCX, Hot Chip, Mabel, Carl Cox, Peggy Gou, Eric Prydz, Annie Mac, Nina Kraviz, Floating Points (live) and Little Simz. 

Parklife 2020 will be Tyler, the Creator’s first ever solo headline UK show outside of London, and will be his first in the country for five years. 

Meanwhile grime icon Skepta returns to the festival since he performed in 2018, while Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi will bring hits such as ‘Hold Me While You Wait’ and ‘Someone You Loved’ to Manchester and US megastar Khalid heads across the Atlantic. 

Parklife is now one of the UK’s most famous music festivals, annually taking over Manchester’s Heaton Park for a diverse weekend of music across multiple stages, spanning from hip-hop, grime and indie through to house, techno, drum and bass and more.

Published on 29 January 2020 by Ben Robinson

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