Parklife 2024 announces first headliner – and cheaper tickets

It's the first festival to REDUCE ticket prices.

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 5th December 2023

Parklife has announced an industry-first ticket price reduction for its 2024 festival, along with its first headliner.

The much-loved Manchester music festival will be back in the fields of Heaton Park between 8 and 9 June, bringing tens of thousands of fans to the biggest party of the year.

And Parklife has just revealed its first headliner for its next instalment, with a European exclusive performance from trailblazing house superstars Fisher and Chris Lake.

They’ll be bringing their mammoth Under Construction show, which first debuted at Coachella in 2023 to a 50,000-strong audience, to Heaton Park for the first time outside of America.

Fisher and Chris Lake will be performing at the new-and-improved Hangar stage at Parklife 2024.


The festival has also revealed that ticket prices will be reduced in 2024 – the first festival to announce such a move.

Parklife organisers say they’re determined to make the event, which attracts 160,000 fans across the weekend, more accessible to generations of music fans.


Weekend tickets for Parklife 2024 will start from just £125, down from last year’s price of £129.50 (meanwhile Glastonbury hiked its price from £335 to £355…)

Day tickets will cost £69.50, available from

Tickets will go on sale this week, with a presale from 10am on Wednesday 6 December, followed by general sale from 10am on Friday 8 December.


Payment plans are available, with a £50 deposit.

The full programme for Parklife 2024 will be revealed in January 2024.

How much are Parklife 2024 tickets?

  • Weekend tickets start from £125 (plus booking fees)
  • Day tickets start from £69.50 (plus booking fees)

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