Over 30 events will take place, making it the biggest Afterlife announcement in the history of the Parklife Weekender

By Lee Isherwood | 30 April 2014

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Today the Parklife Weekender release the long awaited line-up for Afterlife, the official series of after parties from Manchester’s premier festival taking place on 7th & 8th June.

Over 30 events will take place, making it the biggest Afterlife announcement in the history of the Parklife Weekender. Crosstown Rebels, FACT Magazine and Hot Creations to name a few, will take on hosting duties for two nights along with DJs such as Dixon, Tensnake, and chart-toppers Breach and Route 94. Local clubbing mecca The Warehouse Project will also return to curate a very special event, giving those who missed out on tickets to the sold out weekender the chance to be a part of the festivities.


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While The Parklife Weekender can easily boast one of the most exciting and eagerly anticipated line-ups of the festival season, today they announce their biggest series of after parties yet. Afterlife, which every year brings some of the most popular acts in electronic music to the venues of Manchester, will once again collaborate with some of the most prominent clubbing brands and institutions for two nights of unbelievable parties on a grand scale. For those who don’t want the night to end, the breathtaking and iconic Albert Hall will be the place to catch Hot Creations founders Jamie Jones and Lee Foss, while Damian Lazarus, Dixon and Art Department will all take part in the ‘Rebel Rave’ for Crosstown Rebels on the Sunday night.

As the go-to place for music news, FACT Magazine will join forces with local icons Now Wave to welcome Oneman and Ryan Hemsworth to the Deaf Institute, while the newly reborn and globally infamous Sankeys bring Nina Kraviz, Eats Everything, Route 94, Catz ‘N Dogz and Hannah Wants to the former soap factory.

Scuba will celebrate over 10 years as Hotflush boss with a headline performance for Drop The Mustard’s Afterlife outing, while recent Essential Mix alumni Ben UFO will play a very rare B2B set with Midland. Recent Mixmag cover star Hot Since 82, Innervisions co-founders Ame and respective OBE awardees David Rodigan and Soul II Soul’s Jazzy B will also feature on what is the greatest and most diverse Afterlife announcement in the history of The Parklife Weekender.