Weekend tickets for the Parklife Weekender sold out, day tickets still available

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All full weekend tickets for Manchester’s festival the Parklife Weekender, have now SOLD OUT. Those wishing to join the party can still get in on the action as individual day tickets for Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June at Platfields Park in Mancheser, are still available for only £35 per day. The line up features sets from Two Door Cinema Club, Kelis, the dubstep of Chase & Status, alongside more leftfield offerings from Chad Valley and Mount Kimbie.

Boasting a line-up packed with the best selection of electronic, indie and crossover artists you can find in this year’s festival calendar, it is no surprise that all full weekend tickets for the Parklife Weekender have been snapped up. From the award-wining swagger of Two Door Cinema Club to the dubstep hits of Chase & Status, music-lovers and festival-goers have flocked in their thousands to ensure they will be amongst the lucky ones enjoying the Parklife Weekender’s expanded two-day party in 2011.

There is still time for fans to purchase tickets individually as a small number of both Saturday and Sunday day tickets are still available for only £35 each. Those purchasing one for each day can redeem both at the same time on Saturday 11th June, receiving a weekend wristband which will save them valuable partying time on Sunday and spare them a second round of queuing for entry. Two individual tickets only comes to £10 more than the full weekend ticket price making the Parklife Weekender one of the summer’s best value for money festivals.

With over 90 artists also including electro-pop outfit Metronomy, NY-disco collective Hercules & Love Affair and remixer of the moment, Jamie xx, to name but a few – this is an essential date in the festival calendar.


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