Parklife bosses have announced an "industry first" price cut for tickets to the Heaton Park-based festival.

The annual festival returns in June next year, with ticket prices slightly lower than this year’s event, with weekend tickets starting from £125.

The festival of modern youth culture and the ultimate summer celebration returns next year between June 8 and 9 with house superstars Fisher and Chris Lake.

The duo first debuted at Coachella in 2023 to more than 50,000 fans and have since placed venues including Hollywood Boulevard and Phoenix Raceway.

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Parklife welcomes more than 160,000 fans across the weekend and next year’s festival is expected to be one of the most in-demand events of the summer.

Alongside news of Under Construction heading to Parklife, the festival has also revealed the news that ticket prices will be reduced in 2024.

Festival bosses have announced they are "determined to make Parklife and festivals as a whole more accessible to generations of music fans" and have reduced the price of weekend tickets from £125 from £129.50.

Organisers say the slight price cut is an "industry first".

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After record demand for tickets in 2023, tickets for Parklife 2024 go on sale this week - with those signed up for the pre-sale gaining access from 10am today, Wednesday, December 6, followed by general sale tickets becoming available from 10am on Friday.

Payment plans options are available, starting from just a £50 deposit. The first chance to secure your spot at Parklife 2024, tickets are on sale from