Manchester’s Parklife is about to carry its 2021 version in September, organisers have revealed.
Subsequent 12 months’s pageant, set to happen within the metropolis’s Heaton Park, was originally planned for the weekend of June 12-13, however has been pushed again as a result of ongoing coronavirus considerations.
The 2020 version of Parklife, which had been set to welcome performances by the likes of Skepta, Lewis Capaldi, Robyn and Tyler, The Creator, was cancelled in late March as a result of Covid-19 pandemic.
After organisers promised that Parklife would return in 2021 “stronger than ever”, the June 2021 date was set again in August, however has now been moved again to the tail finish of subsequent summer season.
“With all the great current information, we’re now looking forward to 2021, and a return to the fields and good occasions all of us love,” the pageant wrote in a press release. “It’s a celebration 2 years within the making that all of us deserve.
Parklife 2021. Credit score: Press.
“It’s why with that in thoughts that we’ve got determined to maneuver subsequent 12 months’s pageant to the brand new dates of Eleventh-Twelfth September, so we might be certain of the great occasions coming.”
They added: “An enormous lineup is sort of prepared, that we will’t wait to point out you in January. Belief us after we say it’s going to be well worth the wait.”
Parklife joins the rising listing of UK festivals which can be hoping to return to motion in summer season 2021.
Talking earlier this 12 months, Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino said that he expects a “robust outdoor summer season” for live music next year.
“Our expectations for a strong out of doors summer season season in 2021 are additionally bolstered by the two-thirds of followers holding their tickets for cancelled festivals to allow them to go to subsequent 12 months’s present, together with sturdy early ticket gross sales for festivals within the UK subsequent summer season,” Rapino stated.