Parklife 2022: weekend tickets, prices, lineup info and everything you need to know
Parklife has announced its lineup and dates for the 2022 edition of the festival – and tickets go on sale this week.
The Manchester festival will return on 11-12 June with some big names on the lineup.
Headliners include Tyler, the Creator, Megan Thee Stallion, 50 Cent and Lewis Capaldi, while Jessie Ware, Arlo Parks and Jamie xx are also on the bill.
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Earlier this week a number of ticket presales took place, and they were pretty popular, with the official Parklife page posting a screenshot of the virtual queue.
5.6K in the queue ? pic.twitter.com/2deieIl8qj
— Parklife 2022 ? (@Parklifefest) January 26, 2022
There was more than 5,000 customers in the queue when presale tickets went live at 10am, and the general sale is expected to be just as busy.
Each year the Parklife tickets are in huge demand, and regularly sell out on the same day they go on sale.
So if you’re after weekend or day tickets for this year’s festival, then you can find out everything you need to know below. This includes ticket links, price breakdowns and the full 2022 lineup.
When do Parklife weekend tickets go on sale?
They go on general sale at 10am on 27 January via the following official ticket agents:
Festival goers can get their hands on weekend or day passes for Parklife 2022, including VIP tickets, and you can find out more about pricing info below.
How much are Parklife tickets?
Here’s the breakdown of prices for Parklife’s 2022 edition of the festival.
- VIP – £169.50
- General admission – £129.50
- Travel pass – £10
- VIP upgrade – £55
- VIP – £109.50
- General admission – £79.50
- Travel pass – £5
- VIP upgrade – £49.50
Weekend payment plans
- VIP – £16.50 per month
- General admission – £12.50 per month
What if tickets sell out?
If you miss out on tickets, Parklife are advising that customers avoid buying tickets sold on secondary ticketing platforms or via Twitter and Facebook.
They say: “We hate seeing customers turn up to the festival with fake tickets not being able to get in. We urge all customers to only buy from our official ticketing platforms mentioned above, the vast majority of tickets sold on secondary ticketing platforms & over Twitter or Facebook are fake”.
Ticketmaster and See Tickets both offer a fan-to-fan resale platform, so those who can no longer attend can sell their tickets at face value. You can sign up for email or text updates when tickets are posted and available to buy.
What’s the full lineup?
The festival will be headlined by Tyler, the Creator, 50 Cent, Megan Thee Stallion, Lewis Capaldi, Chase & Status and Bicep. There will be hundreds of acts performing across different stages throughout the weekend and you can check out the full lineup poster below.
Can you camp at Parklife?
No, although you can buy weekend tickets, this is for day entry only as there’s no campsite at the festival.
The festival website says: “Parklife is not a camping festival and all attendees will be asked to leave the site at the end of the event, being 23:00. No cars are permitted to park overnight in the allocated car parks”.
Where is Parklife festival?
If you’re travelling to Parklife 2022 then you might be wondering where exactly the festival is held. The festival’s location is: Heaton Park, Manchester, M25 2SW
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