Parklife 2018 will be taking place at Heaton Park, Manchester, M25 2SW
Gate Times :
Saturday 9th June : 11.00 hrs – 23.00
Sunday 10th June : 12.00 hrs – 23.00
Last entry into the festival is 17.00.
No re-admittance allowed after leaving the festival site.
There are three public entry and exit gates to Parklife this year which are, West Gate located on Bury Old Road, East Gate which is on Sheepfoot Lane and the North Gate is by the Lake in Heaton Park. The fast-track entrance to Parklife for VIP ticket holders is located at Lakeside Gate on Sheepfoot Lane. M25 0DL.
The Parklife Express bus service will drop inside Heaton Park. We would advise people travelling via the Parklife Express to follow the footpath and use the North Gate by the Lake.
People walking to the park should follow the event signage.
Heaton Park has been open as a park since 1902 and is one of the largest municipal parks in Europe covering an area of up to 600 acres.
At Heaton Park there are great facilities such as an 18-hole golf course, a boating lake, an adventure playground and a tramway museum.
The Park has a long and rich history of hosting festivals and concerts. In Early 1900’s numerous gramophone open air concerts took place whereas in more recent times, Heaton Park was visited by Pope John Paul the second in 1982 and celebrated by over 100,000 people attending.
At the peak of ‘Madchester’, Heaton Park hosted ‘Cities in the Park’ which featured the great and the good of the day including Happy Mondays, De La Soul and 808 State. In more recent times Heaton Park has hosted now legendary concerts by The Stone Roses and Oasis.
Heaton Park is situated to the North of Manchester city centre. It is 5 miles from the city centre and is well serviced by public transport being on the Bury Metro link line as well as other public transport. Being just adjacent to the M60 ring road it is easily accessed by car.
We are pleased to have this event in Heaton Park. We can only do so with the support of the local community, please respect our neighbours by arriving and leaving peacefully, not trespassing on their private property and not dropping litter.
If you are a local resident of the park and have any questions, please e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org