Parklife Festival Manchester 2022: dates, what’s the full line-up - and how can I get a Parklife travel pass?

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Have you got your tickets for the Heaton Park festival?

One of the biggest weekends on the Manchester music calendar is coming up soon, and music fans from across the UK will be descending on the city.

Parklife Festival 2022 brings to Manchester some of the biggest names in music, and with the stage splits announced you can be even more ready to check out your favourite artist.

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Here’s what to expect from the stage splits, including the full line-ups for both days of the festival, how to get tickets for the festival, and also information on how to get to the festival.

When is Parklife 2022?


Parklife 2022 takes place in Heaton Park, Manchester on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June 2022.

How many stages are at the festival?

The huge number of acts that are set to perform at the festival across eight stages.

These are listed below:

  • The Parklife Stage
  • The Valley
  • The Hangar
  • The Temple
  • Repercussion
  • XXL Presents
  • Fuse
  • Parklife FM 

What is the full lineup for the 2022 festival?

Both days of the 2022 festival will have fans spoilt for choice throughout each day.

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Saturday headliners include 50 Cent, Chase & Status, Jamie XX and Loyle Carner.

Sunday will see global sensation Tyler, The Creator, Lewis Capaldi, Bicep, DJ Annie Mac and Camelphat take to the various stages across the arena site.

The full line up of the upcoming festival, including stage splits, can be viewed below on the official stage split poster of Parklife Festival 2022.

The lineup for Parklife 2022The lineup for Parklife 2022
The lineup for Parklife 2022 | Parklife Festival

How can I get the stage times?

Set times are available through the official Parklife smartphone app which can be downloaded from the Apple store or the Google store.

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Can I still get tickets?

Certain tickets, including the full weekend general admission and Saturday general admission and VIP tickets, are no longer available.

However, tickets that are still available include the weekend VIP ticket (starting from £199.50), Sunday general admission (£84.50) and Sunday VIP (£109.50).

To purchase some of the remaining tickets, visit the official Parklife website 

What time do the gates of the festival open?

There is no camping at Parklife, and the opening times of the arena on both days has been announced.

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Doors will open at 11am on Saturday and 12pm on Sunday, with the arena closing at 11pm on both nights.

What is a Parklife Travel Pass?

The travel pass is a ticket which will allow festival goers to get to the arena site quickly and cheaply from Manchester city centre.

A festival spokesperson said:  “A partnership with Transport for Greater Manchester, Metrolink, Manchester City Council and Parklife.

“Offering great flexibility and the quickest route to the festival, the Parklife Travel Pass allows you to travel on either the direct Parklife Shuttle bus or Metrolink services from Manchester City Centre.

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“The Parklife Shuttle bus drops off right inside the festival site.”

They added: “Please take care not to lose your travel wristband. We do not offer replacements if it is lost, and you will have to pay for another ticket.”

To buy your Travel Pass, viit the Parklife website.

Is there any travel advice?

Both 11 and 12 June look set to be huge days of music in and around Manchester, with an expected 200,000 music fans expected to be visiting gigs and festivals in the city; including Parklife.

As well as the two day festival, Ed Sheeran, Alicia Keys and The Killers are all playing at venues around the city.

Transport for Greater Manchester have told customers that journeys over the weekend must be planned in advance, and to also take note of when the busiest times are expected to be on the network.

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