Parklife announces first headline act and reduced ticket prices for 2024

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By Manchester's Finest | 5 December 2023

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Parklife will be cheaper in 2024 than it was in 2023 – as the Manchester weekender confirms the date tickets for next summer’s festival will go on sale.

Weekend tickets will start at £125, reducing the cost by £15 per ticket from last year, a festival ‘industry first’.

Day tickets, meanwhile, will cost £69.50, plus booking fees, while payment plans will start with a £50 deposit.

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Parklife tickets usually go on sale in February, but will go on sale earlier this time around due to record demand for tickets in 2023.

The first headliner for the 2024 event has also been revealed – US house superstars Fisher and Chris Lake will be presenting their Fisher x Chris Lake Present Under Construction show at the festival’s new-and-improved Hanger Stage.

It’ll be the first show of its kind outside the US, after the pair debuted it at Coachella to 50,000 people last summer, as well as shows at Hollywood Boulevard and the Phoenix Raceway.


Taking place on 8 and 9 June, 2024, this will be the 14th Parklife festival, and the 11th at Heaton Park. It attracts more than 160,000 people each year over its two days.

Those signed up for pre-sale tickets will be able to buy them from 10am on 6 December, with general sale at 10am on 8 December. In previous years, weekend tickets have sold out in under 48 hours.

You can get tickets and sign up for pre-sale here…

The full line-up details will be announced in January, 2024.