Tickets for Parklife 2020 are now on general sale

 Tickets for Parklife 2020 are now on general sale

Tickets for the 2020 edition of Manchester’s Parklife Festival have gone on general sale at 9am this morning. Day tickets are priced at £69.50 and weekend tickets are priced at £125.

Booking fees will push the cost of a weekend ticket to £137.50 whether you buy it from Skiddle, Ticketmaster, or anywhere else – with all websites charging the same level of fees.

VIP tickets, which include access to exclusive bars, parties, toilets, food and a dedicated entry lane into the festival, will set you back £104.50 each day or £186.45 for the weekend – including booking fees.

The Parklife 2020 line-up was revealed on Tuesday, with the likes of Khaled, Lewis Capaldi and Skepta joining already announced JME and Tyler, the Creator.

Parklife 2020 line-up poster

Also on the line-up poster revealed is Jorja Smith, Bicep Live, Anderson Park & The Free Nationals, Robyn, Fourtet, Eric Prydz, Fatboy Slim, Andy C, AJ Tracey and Hot Chip.

Parklife organisers yesterday apologised for technical issues which left some fans unable to purchase tickets during the presale, as the booking page failed to load before they sold out. More tickets were added to the presale later in the day.

Liam Gallagher will play a massive homecoming show at Heaton Park, the same site as Parklife, on Friday 12th June. This is the night before the festival, which Liam headlined last year.

Parklife Festival then takes over Manchester’s Heaton Park on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th June 2020.