Leading the festival conversation each and every year, Parklife is back once again for 2024. The festival of modern youth culture and the ultimate summer celebration returns between June 8 and 9, and today the festival has revealed the full and notoriously star-studded line-up for this year.
First revealed in December 2023, the trailblazing house superstars Fisher and Chris Lake are set to bring their mammoth Under Construction show to Heaton Park. With calls and demand for more, Fisher and Chris Lake will finally take the show outside of the US to headline the new-and-improved Hangar stage at the festival – with Parklife 2024 the only place in Europe to catch a dance phenomenon on the biggest stage of them all.
One of the biggest artists on the planet Doja Cat, who will head to Parklife for her first ever UK festival headline set in what’s sure to be a global event, whilst Disclosure will kickstart a bold new era at Parklife in a UK Festival Exclusive. An important voice in British music, the enigmatic Mercury Prize-nominated J Hus returns to the stage for one of his first live shows in nearly 4 years, whilst game-changing producer Kaytranada, chart and award-smashing Becky Hill, globe-conquering DJ Peggy Gou, Four Tet, Anne-Marie, Sugababes and Camelphat join the previously announced European Exclusive Debut of Fisher & Chris Lake present Under Construction.
Ushering in the next evolution of Parklife, this year’s festival will feature a brand new main stage, jaw-dropping production, less line-up clashes and a fresh new look ensuring the 2024 experience will sit as the best weekend to date. All making their home at Heaton Park – the likes of Digga D, Mahalia, Rudim3ntal, Nia Archives, Hybrid Minds, Patrick Topping, Barry Can’t Swim, Folamour, Dom Dolla, Casisdead, Wilkinson, Shy FX: Specials, Interplanetary Criminal, Sammy Virji b2b Interplanetary Criminal, Kenya Grace, ANOTR, PAWSA, TSHA, Girls Don’t Sync, Max Dean, Hedex, Bou, Uncle Waffles, Skream, Jyoty, Loco Dice, Sub Focus and more are ready to join in.
Early Bird Tickets sold out in rapid time after introducing a festival-first reduction on ticket prices in December 2023. The Parklife 2024 Pre-Sale will be open from 10am on Thursday 25th January to anyone who has registered (registration closes the night before at 6pm on Wednesday 24th January). Remaining tickets will go on General Sale from 10am on Friday 26th January here.
Parklife will take place between Saturday 8th June and Sunday 9th June 2024 at Manchester’s Heaton Park.