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Parklife Festival 2011

Early bird tickets go on sale Thursday 17 February

Published on February 16th 2011.

Parklife Festival 2011

Following 2010’s sold out festival, Parklife is to return to Platt Fields Park in 2011 with a two day event. The team behind The Warehouse Project have announced that the event will take place on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 June.

Tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow (Thursday 17 February) with the first line up announcement being made soon after. Last year’s performers included Friendly Fires, Magnetic Man, Kele and Simian Mobile Disco, so expect another line up of electronic, indie and crossover artists.

2011’s event will also see a sixth arena added to the park alongside the main stage.

As one of the city’s principal parks, Platt Fields Park is situated to the west of Wilmslow Road and celebrated its 100th birthday last year. It was an ideal location for 2010’s Parklife and the promoters hope that the extended festival will thrive in a similar way.

A limited number of early bird tickets for the whole weekend are priced at £49.50 and, given the speed at which they sold out last year, they are unlikely to be around for too long.

More information will be revealed on www.parklife.uk.com very soon.

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BenMarch 4th 2011.

Earlybirds now sold out but regular priced tickets are on sale http://www.skiddle.com/festivals/Parklife/

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