Parklife confirms stage splits and line-up for each day of 2024 festival

In case you can't face the full weekend...

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 7th February 2024

Parklife has already announced its day-by-day line-up and stage splits for its 2024 festival.

The huge festival up at Heaton Park will be taking place on 8 and 9 June this year, with tens of thousands of music fans pouring into the fields.

Headliners this year include Doja Cat, Disclosure, J Hus and Becky Hill, plus returning Parklife favourites like Peggy Gou and Four Tet.

Sugababes, Mahalia, Anne-Marie, Kaytranada, Camelphat, and the previously announced European exclusive debut of Fisher & Chris Lake present Under Construction are also all on the line-up for 2024.

Parklife is a non-camping festival, so it’s not uncommon for people to commit to just one day of the event rather than both.


And if you’re planning on just buying a day ticket, Parklife has just dropped the full stage splits for the whole weekend.

It means that fans can see exactly which artists are playing on which stage and whether they’ll be there on the Saturday or the Sunday.


Exact stage times don’t tend to get announced until the week of the festival though, so there may be clashes ahead.

As well as releasing stage splits, Parklife has shared details of its payment plans for tickets.

Those wanting to just go for one day of the festival can secure their ticket for just £21.95 plus booking fee, with three further monthly instalments of £23.20.


It’s £37.75 plus booking fee for a deposit for a weekend ticket, which is followed by three monthly payments of £37.75.

And if you want to go VIP – which is usually well worth the extra spend – you’re looking at £28.35 deposit (then three lots of £33.55) for a day ticket, or four instalments of £48.25 for VIP weekend.

You can buy tickets for Parklife here.

Stage splits and day line-up for Parklife 2024 – Saturday 8 June 2024

Crowds for Fred Again at Parklife 2023 as festival announces its 2024 line-up. Credit: Sam Neill
Crowds for Fred Again at Parklife 2023 as festival announces its 2024 line-up. Credit: Sam Neill

The Valley

  • Disclosure
  • Peggy Gou
  • Four Tet
  • Nia Archives
  • Jyoty
  • Sammy Virgi b2b Interplanetary Criminal
  • Casisdead
  • Rich Reason

Parklife Stage

  • Becky Hill
  • Sugababes
  • Mahalia
  • Digga D
  • Shy FX Specials
  • Kenya Grace
  • Lolahol
  • Killowen
  • Nicola Bear


  • Camelphat
  • Pawsa
  • Dennis Cruz
  • Carlita
  • Fideles
  • Syreeta
  • James Organ
  • Nautica

Magic Sky / Worried About Henry

  • Bornon Road and Carasel
  • Bou and B Live 247
  • Emily Makis & Hi-Phi
  • Hedex x Eksman
  • Hybrid Minds and Temza
  • Kings of the Rollers and Inja
  • Mozey and IC3
  • Northbase b2b Mork XTC and MC Frost
  • Sub Focus and MC ID
  • Turno
  • Dreps
  • Wilkinson and Adapt

Palmhouse / Skreamizm

  • Eclair Fifi
  • Eliza Rose
  • Interplanetary Criminal
  • Kilimanjaro
  • Moodymann
  • Skream
  • Tia Cousins

G Stage

  • Arielle Free
  • Belters Only
  • Danny Howard
  • D.O.D
  • Jimmy Turnbull
  • Jazzy
  • Majestic
  • Rob McPartland

Casa Bacardi

  • 33 Below
  • Bakey
  • DJ Chaise
  • DJ Cosworth
  • Ghoulish
  • Izco
  • Main Phase
  • Mia Lily
  • Tan
  • Thtgirl

Stage splits and day line-up for Parklife 2024 – Sunday 9 June 2024

Parklife has revealed its 2024 line-up and headliners. Credit: Anthony Nooney
Parklife has revealed its 2024 line-up and headliners. Credit: Anthony Nooney

The Valley

  • Doja Cat
  • J Hus
  • Anne-Marie
  • Rudimental
  • Ella Henderson
  • Uncle Waffles
  • Children of Zeus
  • Strandz

Parklife Stage

  • Kaytranada
  • Anotr
  • Folamour
  • Barry Can’t Swim
  • TSHA
  • Salute
  • Krysko


  • Fisher and Chris Lake Under Construction
  • Patrick Topping
  • Loco Dice
  • Dom Dolla
  • DJ Boring
  • Sarah Story

Magic Sky – XXL

  • DJ Heartstring
  • Faster Horses
  • Hannah Laing
  • Horsegiirl
  • Leaha
  • Samba Boys
  • TRYM


  • Enzo Siraguza
  • Josh Baker
  • Max Dean
  • Oden and Fatzo live
  • Pach
  • Rossi
  • Toman

G Stage – Ghosts of Garage

  • Badger b2b PJ Bridger b2b DJ Jackum x Chunky (Battle of the Bootlegs)
  • Bullet Tooth
  • Butchaboi b2b Larishka
  • Chloe Robinson b2b Chimpo x Strategy
  • Dr Dubplate
  • Girls Don’t Sync
  • Hamdi x P Honey x Sparkz
  • MPH x T-Man
  • Oppidan x Strategy
  • Zed Bias x FOX x Specialist Moss

Casa Bacardi

  • Aletha
  • DJ Love
  • Gina Breeze
  • Jasper Tygner
  • Joe Motion
  • Kiimi
  • Sue Veneers

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Featured image: Anthony Mooney