The K-Pop superstars headline Wembley Stadium later this year.
Organisers of Parklife Festival have today confirmed two new additions to 2019’s line-up.
Joining the already jam-packed bill will be BRIT Award Breakthrough Act nominee Mabel and pioneering Norwegian DJ Todd Terje.
Weekend general admission tickets for the festival are now sold-out.
Cardi B, George Ezra and Solange lead the huge Parklife 2019 line-up, which will also welcome The Streets, Migos, Khalid, Disclosure and Mark Ronson, Major Lazer Soundsystem, Christine & The Queens and more.
The festival returns to Manchester’s Heaton Park on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 June 2019, offering the largest metropolitan festival in the UK.
Parklife 2019 will host 16 stages of music across the two days, bringing together huge names from the world of hip-hop, rap, RnB, pop, indie and electronic.
Other names on the bill include Stefflon Don, Stockport five-piece Blossoms, and Loyle Carner, plus Ticketmaster New For ’19 picks Octavian, Slowthai and Easy Life.
The festival will also welcome DJs Annie Mac, Eric Prydz, Gilles Peterson, Kaytranada, Jamie Jones b2b Marco Carola, The Martinez Brothers play All Day Long and more.
See the full list of artists below:
Cardi B | George Ezra | Solange | The Streets | Migos | Khalid | Disclosure presents. Major Lazer Soundsystem | Christine & the Queens | Eric Prydz | Nas | Chase & Status: Return II Jungle | Blossoms | Mark Ronson | Mura Masa | Kaytranada | Adam Beyer presents Drumcode | Jungle | Loyle Carner |Mabel | Marco Carola b2b Jamie Jones | Solomun | Pusha-T | Bicep present Feel My Bicep | Andy C | Annie Mac | MK presents Area10 | AJ Tracey | Fredo | Stefflon Don | Octavian | Earl Sweatshirt | Yxng Bane | Slowthai | NAO | The Martinez Brothers Cuttin Headz All Day Long | Black Coffee | Joseph Capriati | Patrick Topping | Amelie Lens | Camelphat | Maceo Plex | Fisher | Ricardo Villalobos | Peggy Gou | Denis Sulta | Hunee | Mall Grab | Daniel Avery| Todd Terje |Helena Hauff | Maribou State (DJ set) | Solardo | Richy Ahmed | Skream | Alan Fitzpatrick | Maya Jane Coles | Kölsch | Moodymann | DJ Koze | George Fitzgerald | My Nu Leng | David Rodigan | sasasas | Yaeji | Ben UFO & Call Super | Gilles Peterson | Mr Eazi | Yousef | Little Simz | Sonny Fodera | Children of Zeus | Honey Dijon | Artwork | Kero Kero Bonito | Mella Dee | Krystal Klear | Jacob Banks | Lauv | JPEGMafia | Paul Woolford | Enzo Siragusa | Archie Hamilton | Ilario Alicante | Kabaka Pyramid | Joey Daniel b2b Leon | Luigi Madonna | Icarus (Live) | Mormor | Cautious Clay | Themba | Col3trane | Hammer | Suspect | Cristoph | Distruction Boyz | Just Banco | Danny Howard | Jamz Supernova | Crazy P Soundsystem | Marie Davidson (Live) | Prok | Fitch. | Mason Maynard | Kettama | Prospa | De La Swing | Brockie b2b Randall | Channel One | Tiffany Calver | Easy Life | Rimon | Seani B | Sally C | Krysko | Cromby | Pirate Copy | Gina Breeze | Will Tramp | Greg Lord | Mason Collective | North Base | Nightlapse | James Organ | Olli Ryder & Luke Welsh | Zutekh DJs | Pete Zorba | Understate | Josh Baker | Nicola Bear | Now Wave DJs | Rich Reason
Last year’s Heaton Park weekender saw thousands of music fans flock to north Manchester to catch sets from artists such as The xx, Liam Gallagher, Skepta, N.E.R.D, Lorde, Bonobo and more.
In our review of the last year’s main stage action, we wrote:
“N.E.R.D arguably offer the standout performance on the Parklife Main Stage, with the producers, DJs and vocalists seemingly inviting the entire festival onto the stage for the euphoric closer Lemon. It tops a bill boasting various genres suited to a huge range of music tastes. Skepta battles bad weather to perform to his adoring crowd who have withstood the rain to be down the front.
“A far cry from hearing Wonderwall performed by an average covers band, the man himself Liam Gallagher leads of huge singalong on the Main Stage. All are evidence of Parklife’s growth year on year, offering a brilliant atmosphere for those looking to catch their favourite superstars live. The introduction of new stages and arenas to witness the action proves to be an inspired idea.”
You can read more about what we thought of Parklife 2018 here.
Brought to you by the team behind The Warehouse Project, the annual festival started life in 2010 at its former site in Rusholme, where it remained until 2012 when the festival relocated to its current home of Heaton Park. Now in its ninth year, the non-camping festival has developed a reputation for its wonderfully diverse and eclectic line-up, attracting some of the world’s biggest artists to its multiple stages.
Parklife festival will return to Heaton Park in 2019 from 8 – 9 June 2019.
Tickets for Parklife are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk.