Parklife festival reveals huge 2023 line-up with The 1975, Aitch and Fred Again headlining

Plus massive appearances from The Prodigy, Wu-Tang Clan and Skrillex

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Parklife has just dropped the line-up for this year’s festival, with some absolutely massive names heading to Heaton Park in 2023.

The much-loved local festival will be welcoming headline performances from local boys The 1975, plus Moston’s very Aitch.

One of this year’s most-talked-about producers, Fred Again, is also among the headliners, plus all-time greats The Prodigy.

Parklife 2023 will also see Mercury-Prize winning Little Simz performing.

There’ll be an iconic collaborative show from hip-hop pioneers Wu Tang Clan + Nas: NY State Of Mind, playing together for the first time on stage in the UK.

Parklife 2022. Credit: Jody Hartley

Every year, Parklife attracts tens of thousands of music-lovers to Heaton Park for a weekend of live music and the biggest names in dance, electronic and hip-hop.

This year’s event is set to take place on 10 and 11 June.


Parklife will be expanded to 10 stages in 2023, with takeovers from the likes of Glitterbox, XXL, BBC Radio 1 Dance, DnB All Stars, Worried About Henry and more.

Looking ahead to his first major UK Festival Headline performance, Aitch says: “Buzzin to be headlining Parklife this year! It’s been one of my main goals since I started music so for it to be happening now at this point is unreal. I don’t care what happens after this, I’m happy.”

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The Parklife 2023 line-up also includes performances from NxWorries (Anderson Paak. & Knxwledge), Skrillex, Becky Hill, Raye, Peggy Gou, an exclusive Michael Bibi b2b Jamie Jones set, Rudimental (Live), Self Esteem, Chase & Status (DJ), Confidence Man, FLO, Carl Cox, Overmono, Jon Hopkins, Nia Archives, Andy C, Annie Mac, Eliza Rose, LF System, Honey Dijon, JYOTY, JPEGMAFIA, Knucks, Shygirl, Mall Grab, Fisher, DJ EZ, The Blessed Madonna, Charlotte De Witte, Mimi Webb, Meekz, Hybrid Minds, TSHA and many more.


More than 200,000 people have registered for pre-sale, which will begin at 10am on Thursday 2 February.

Any remaining tickets will go on sale at 10am on Friday 3 February.

Day tickets are priced from £85 plus booking fee, with full weekend tickets at £129.50 plus booking fee.

For more information and to get tickets, head to

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