The lineup for Parklife 2022 has been revealed tickets go on sale this week, so it's time to start planning your weekend. 

The festival, held at Heaton Park in Manchester on June 11 and 12, is back with a bang after being cancelled in both 2020 and 2021.

50 Cent, Chase and Status and Lewis Capaldi are just some of the names coming to Manchester in the summer. 

The festival is split over two days and camping is not available, however, we have found some great hotels in the nearby area for you to choose from.

Tickets for the festival are available to buy from Wednesday, January 26 and Thursday, January 27 from Ticketmaster. 


Parklife 2022: How to sign up and buy pre-sale tickets

Parklife 2022 full line-up: Chase & Status, 50 Cent and Tyler the Creator

How to get to Heaton Park 

Gates on Saturday open from 11am - 11pm and 12pm - 11pm on Saturday. 

The last entry to the festival is 5pm and once you leave the festival site each day you cannot get back in. 

Heaton Park is just five miles from the city centre and can be accessed by the Bury Metrolink line, where you can get off at Heaton Park and walk to one of the gates. 

There are four public entry and exit gates: 

  • West Gate located on Bury Old Road
  • East Gate which is on Sheepfoot Lane
  • North Gate is by the Lake in Heaton Park
  • VIP which is off Sheepfoot Lane adjacent to East Gate

There is also an official Parklife Express shuttle bus. 

Travel Pass tickets for the shuttle bus and Metrolink can be bought via Ticketmaster here

You can reach Heaton Park by taking any of the following buses: 135, 59, 64, 484, 495, 164 and 165.

The official Parklife car park must be booked in advance from Ticketmaster and costs £15 per day. 

There are also coaches which offer return journeys to Barnsley, Birkenhead, Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Chester, Doncaster, Huddersfield, Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, London (Victoria Coach Station), Nottingham, Preston, Sheffield, Stoke-on-Trent, Warrington and York. 

Book via Big Green Coach here

There is a clear walking route along Bury Old Road with signposts to and from the festival. 

There will be some taxis available and Uber is a partner of the festival. 

Where to stay near Heaton Park 

We have found some hotels near Heaton Park and in the city centre so you can make a weekend out of it with your mates. 

All prices and availability are based on two people sharing a room and are correct as of 4pm on January 25. 

Premier Inn

  • Manchester City Centre (Deansgate Locks) - from £237 for one night
  • Manchester Trafford Centre South - from £327 for two nights 
  • Manchester Trafford Centre West - from £326 for two nights 

Book rooms via Premier Inn here


  • Bury - from £180.00 per night
  • Manchester Upper Brook Street - from £215.99 per night
  • Manchester Trafford Park - from £179.99 per night

Book rooms via Travelodge here

Mercure Manchester Norton Grange Hotel & Spa - from £235 for one night

Novotel Manchester Centre - from £272 for one night

The Mitre Hotel - from £199 for one night 

Leonardo Hotel Manchester Piccadilly - from £341 for one night 

The Alan - from £342 for one night