Foals and Snoop Dogg to headline Manchester's Parklife Weekender

Disclosure, Katy B and Kendrick Lamar also revealed as full line-up is confirmed

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Foals and Snoop Dogg will headline Manchester's Parklife Weekender festival this year.

The Oxford band and US rapper will perform at the festival in Manchester's Heaton Park this summer (2013), which takes place between June 7-8. Joining the headliners on the bill will be Disclosure, Bastille, Katy B, Kendrick Lamar, Rudimental, London Grammar, SBTRKT and Jamie xx.

Yesterday (January 30), NME confirmed that Warpaint will also perform at Parklife Weekender. Speaking about their upcoming appearance at the festival Warpaint said: "Playing Parklife Manchester this year, very excited. see you all there!"

Other artists set to perform at Parklife Weekender 2014 include Chromeo, Mount Kimbie, Childhood, Gorgon City, Duke Dumont, Flying Lotus, Gold Panda, Zomby, Sam Smith, Clean Bandit, Pusha T, Julio Bashmore, Danny Brown, Skream and Erol Alkan.

Weekend tickets for Parklife Weekender 2014 are available now. Scroll down for ticket details.

To check the availability of Parklife tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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