PARKLIFE Festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary in June 2020 with over 160,000 fans set to witness the likes of headliners Tyler The Creator, Lewis Capaldi and Skepta.

Returning on June 13 and 14 to Manchester’s Heaton Park, the festival has become one of the UK's most anticipated, annually showcasing a diverse lineup of underground dance and alternative music.

Other acts just confirmed for this year's event include Khalid, Jorja Smith, Giggs, Anderson Paak, Robyn, Fatboy Slim, AJ Tracey, Charli XCX, Four Tet, Bicep (Live), KSI, Aitch, Hot Chip, Annie Mac, Mabel, Peggy Gou, Carl Cox, D-Block Europe, Jon Hopkins (DJ), Romy (off of The xx), Eric Prydz and Georgia.

Having started out back in 2010 as the Mad Ferret Festival in Rusholme's Platt Fields Park, the festival rebranded to Parklife and moved to its current home in Heaton Park in 2012. It is now curated by a number of the UK's foremost dance brands, including fellow Manchester event series The Warehouse Project and has gone onto welcome some of music's biggest artists over the past decade, such as Liam Gallagher, Foals, Disclosure, The Chemical Brothers and The 1975.

And once the main festival has finished, festival-goers will have a number of after parties to choose from – named Afterlife – which will feature a selection of artists that performed during the main festival (as well as others) in venues across Manchester.

Tickets for Parklife go on general sale at 9am on Thursday, January 30. For full information and tickets, go to