Goldie, The 1975, Frank Ocean and more to play Parklife Festival

By Daniel Earl | Entertainment | Published:

Independent music festival Parklife will appear at Manchester's Heaton Park from June 10 to 11.


From its modest beginnings back in 2010, the iconic Parklife Festival in Manchester’s Heaton Park has now grown to attract over 70,000 fans and this year promises to be the biggest yet.

Taking place over the weekend of the 10th and 11th June, this year sees headliners The 1975 and Frank Ocean joined by the likes of Two Door Cinema Club, George Ezra, Jess Glynne and Rag N’ Bone Man.

The 1975 are sure to play an unmissable homecoming headline performance following the critical success of their album ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’. It also acts as the first UK festival appearance of 2017 from Frank Ocean, following the hugely anticipated release of his second studio album Blonde last August after a four year hiatus.

Elsewhere across the eight stages sees Wolverhampton's Goldie performing his Influences Set as well as performances from London Grammar, Fatboy Slim, Stormzy and Eric Prydz.

Limited tickets still remain.

Daniel Earl

By Daniel Earl

User generated content co-ordinator for the Express & Star and Shropshire Star


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