Hudson Mohawke confirmed to appear at Manchester's Parklife Weekender

Producer will line up alongside Everything Everything in June

Hudson Mohawke confirmed to appear at Manchester's Parklife Weekender
Hudson Mohawke has been confirmed as the latest act to play at the Parklife Weekender in Manchester this year.

The producer, who is also part of electronic duo TNGHT and recently joined Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music crew, will perform at the event which takes place between June 8-9. Previously announced acts for the event include Everything Everything, Hot Natured, David Roddigan, Netsky and Heidi. The full line-up of the festival will be revealed on February 14.

Tickets for the festival are available now, priced £69.50. Visit the Parklife Weekender website to purchase tickets now. Fans can also purchase tickets in person at Manchester's Eastern Bloc Records, Fallowfield's Font Bar, the Red Lion in Withington, Crash Records in Leeds and Liverpool's 3B Records.

Hudson Mohawke has released one album and two critically acclaimed EPs since signing to Warp in 2009. Since then he has also produced tracks on Kanye West's 'Cruel Summer' album as well as working with Azealia Banks and Canadian producer Lunice.

Acts who performed at Parklife Weekender in 2012 included The Flaming Lips, Dizzee Rascal, Justice, Crystal Castles, Azealia Banks, The Rapture and Kelis.


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