Parklife festival has unveiled its extensive Afterlife afterparty series set across Manchester’s iconic venues including The Albert Hall, Gorilla, Hidden, Soup Kitchen, Antwerp Mansion, Joshua Brooks, Sankeys and Sound Control.
Set to welcome 140,000 music fans during the daytime at the festival across two days at Heaton Park, Parklife will then unite the city’s diverse promoters and clubs for a world-class after-party schedule dubbed Afterlife.
The Albert Hall will play host to Chase & Status, Friction, Dimension and Culture Shock on Saturday 11th June, whilst Jamie Jones and the larger-than-life Eats Everything will be bringing a bit of Ibiza's spirit to the Wesleyan chapel in the centre of Manchester on Sunday 12th June for Kaluki’s offering.
The Warehouse Project will be taking over the iconic Ritz on Sunday 12th June with a special techno and house showcase — with the line-up annoyingly only being unveiled on the night.
Manchester’s newest rave cave Hidden will play host to the likes of Adam Beyer, B.Traits and Greg Lord for Lo-Fi’s party on the Saturday, whilst Sunday will see Joy Orbison, Paul Woolford and Krysko all spinning at the warehouse venue.
Gorilla will play host to drum & bass promoters Metropolis, who will be bringing Preditah, P Money and Barely Legal, whilst Sunday sees Sanction bringing G-house dons Amine Edge & DANCE alongside the likes of Lee Drake, Calle Lebraun and Grant Mizon to the intimate underground venue.
And last but not least, Bicep will be touching down at Soup Kitchen on the Sunday for what's expected to be a sell-out show from the in-demand Northern Irish duo.
Check out the entire line-up for Afterlife below.
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