Manchester’s Park Life has moved its 2021 edition to September

Manchester's Park Life has moved its 2021 edition to September

Organizers say Manchester’s Park Life is set to launch its 2021 edition in September.

Next year’s festival is scheduled to take place at the city’s Heaton Park, originally scheduled for the weekend of June 12-13, but has been postponed due to ongoing activities. Corona virus Concerns.

The 2020 edition of Park Life, set to welcome the performances of Skepta, Louis Cabaldi, Robin and Tyler, The Creator, was canceled at the end of March due to the Covid 19 epidemic.

Park Life was rebuilt in August 2021 after organizers promised it would be “stronger than ever” in 2021, but has now been moved to the tail end of next summer.

“With all the good latest news, we now look forward to 2021 and return to the fields and good times we all want,” the festival wrote in a statement. “This is a party we all deserve for 2 years.

Park Life 2021. Credit: Magazine.

“That’s why we have decided to change next year’s festival to new dates from September 11 to 12, so we can be confident of the good times to come.”

They added: “A large queue is almost ready and we can’t wait to show you in January. Trust us when we say it is worth the wait. “

Park Life joins the list of UK festivals that hope to return to action in the summer of 2021.

Speaking earlier this year, Live Nation CEO Michael Robino said he was looking forward to a “strong outdoor summer” for live music next year.

“Our expectations for a strong outdoor summer in 2021 are also strengthened by the fact that two-thirds of fans have tickets to canceled festivals so they can go to next year’s show, and with strong early ticket sales for events in the UK next summer,” Robino said.

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“For example, downloads and the Isle of Wight are improving over the past year.”

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