Parklife just opened pre-sale ticket registration for 2019

 Parklife just opened pre-sale ticket registration for 2019

Image credit: Steve Turvey / Fanatic 2018

Pre-sale registration for Parklife 2019 tickets is now open, giving those that sign-up their email address the opportunity to buy tickets before they go on general sale.

Everyone that registers will also be entered into a competition to win 4x VIP weekend tickets to the festival next summer.

Registration opened at 6 pm Wednesday night, which organisers announced with a short “get your name on the list” animation posted to their social media channels.

We’re not yet sure when the pre-sale or general sales will actually begin, other than it’ll be in the new year, but you can expect those that have registered their email with Parklife to be the first to know. You can register for the Parklife 2019 pre-sale here, on their official website.

We’ve reached out to organisers to find out if the ticket sale dates are available.

Early-bird tickets for Parklife 2019 have already been on sale following the 2018 event, though these have now finished. Students were then eligible for a 20% discount and 3 months of free Apple Music. It’s not known if any offers will return when the main ticket sales begin next year.

Parklife is one of the cleanest festivals surveyed, with 97% of attendees cleaning their teeth and putting on deodorant during the festival. You’d hope so too, as it’s not a camping festival.

Before the 2018 event, potato peelers were added to Parklife’s list of banned items after Liam Gallagher encouraged fans to bring them to a gig on Twitter. At the time, Parklife founder Sacha Lord said he was “blown away at how many people have asked to bring in potato peelers for Liam’s main stage performance.”

You only need to enter an email address to register for the Parklife 2019 ticket pre-sale. You can register here: Parklife.uk.com

Main image credit: Steve Turvey / Fanatic 2018

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