Parklife Tag

Ever since it was announced that Manchester-based festival Parklife was to move to September this year from their usual June dates, everyone had been waiting with baited breath to see what they had up their sleeves after planning for this edition since the cancellation of 2020's event. Now, Parklife 2021 has been revealed and we can safely say that it was absolutely worth

With the UK beginning to roll out the COVID-19 vaccine in the next coming weeks and prime minister Boris Johnson giving optimistic hope about the summer 2021 season being able to hold large-scale events again, it all sounds like good news. One of the biggest summer events in the UK happens to be Manchester-based festival Parklife, and they're taking caution by moving their

By now the entire world is dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic, and since there is no sign of it getting any better, event organisers need to act smart and do what is best for their fans. In most of the cases this means cancelling or postponing their events to a later date when the world will successfully get over this

In the city of Manchester, UK, it becomes one of the busiest places in the entirety of England for two days in June where people flock from all over Europe to attend the hugely popular festival Parklife. Held in Heaton Park, it is truly the place to be not just for electronic music but a wide variety of genres, although electronic

Parklife Festival in Manchester, England, is just around the corner with the event kicking off next Saturday and a mouth-watering lineup of performances on offer in the North of the city. Over the years, Parklife Festival has gained momentum turning it into a contender among the UK's major festivals during the summer season. 2018 is no different as state of the art

The summer season is almost upon us with the first of many festivals set to get underway drawing the thousands in attendance and uniting everyone through their love of music. With so many festivals across the calendar, it sure is a crossroads when deciding which festival to attend. However, this festival guide invites all to share a glance with some of the

With just over five weeks to go, thousands of fans will head to Heaton Park for the eighth edition of Parklife, Manchester's leading music festival. This year has already seen the announcement for the festival's line-up with headlining acts including Frank Ocean, Boy Better Know, Carl Cox, Eric Prydz, and The 1975, but the party does not stop there. While the fun may finish at the park at 23:00hrs