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Cardi B, George Ezra and Solange lead names for Parklife 2019

The festival will return to Manchester's Heaton Park in June

Cardi B, George Ezra, Solange, Migos, Christine And The Queens, and The Streets are among the names to be announced for Parklife 2019.

The festival will return to Manchester’s Heaton Park on June 8 and 9. This year’s event will mark its tenth edition.

‘Invasion Of Privacy’ rapper Cardi B, Hertfordshire singer-songwriter George Ezra, and Grammy-winning singer Solange will headline Parklife 2019. The rest of the line-up promises appearances from a diverse range of acts, including The Streets (who make their first festival appearance in over eight years), Migos, Khalid, Nas, Blossoms, Christine And The Queens, Mura Masa, Mark Ronson, Slowthai, and more.

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Tickets for Parklife 2019 go on sale at 9am on Friday (February 1) and will cost £125 for a weekend pass or £69.50 per day. The festival is offering a variety of benefits to ticket buyers including access to a series of club events and 20 percent discount at ASOS.

The full line-up for Parklife 2019 is as follows:

Cardi B
George Ezra
Solange
The Streets
Migos
Khalid
Disclosure Presents
Major Lazer Soundsystem
Christine And The Queens
Eric Prydz
Nas
Chase & Status: Return II Jungle
Blossoms
Mark Ronson
Mura Masa
Kaytranada
Adam Beyer Pres. Drumcode
Jungle
Loyle Carner
Marco Carola b2b Jamie Jones
Solomun
Pusha T
Bicep Present Feel My Bicep
Andy C
Annie Mac
MK Presents Area10
AJ Tracey
Fredo
Stefflon Don

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Pusha T

 

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Octavian
Earl Sweatshirt
Yxng Bane
Slowthai
Nao
The Martinez Brothers Cuttin Headz
All Day Long
Black Coffee
Joseph Capriati
Patrick Topping
Amelie Lens
Camelphat
Maceo Plex
Fisher
Ricardo Villalobos
Peggy Gou
Denis Sulta
Hunee
Daniel Avery
Helena Hauff
Maribou State DJ set
Solardo
Richy Ahmed
Skream
Alan Fitzpatrick
Maya Jane Coles
Kölsch
Moodymann
DJ Koze
George Fitzgerald

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Christine and the Queens

My Nu Leng
David Rodigan
Sasasas
Yaeji
Ben UFO & Call Super
Gilles Peterson
Mr Eazi
Yousef
Little Simz
Sonny Fodera
Children Of Zeus
Honey Dijon
Artwork
Kero Kero Bonito
Mella Dee
Krystal Klear
Jacob Banks
Lauv
JPEGMafia
Paul Woolford
Enzo Siragusa
Archie Hamilton
Ilario Alicante
Kabaka Pyramid
Joey Daniel b2b Leon
Luigi Madonna
Icarus (live)
MorMor
Cautious Clay
Themba
Col3trane
Hammer
Suspect
Cristoph
Distruction Boyz
Just Banco
Danny Howard
Jamz Supernova
Crazy P Soundsystem
Marie Davidson (live)
Prok | Fitch
Mason Maynard
Kettama
Prospa
De La Swing
Broke b2b Randall
Channel One
Tiffany Calver
Easy Life
Rimon
Seani B
Sally C
Krysko
Cromby
Pirate Copy
Gina Breeze
Will Tramp
Greg Lord
Mason Collective
North Base
Nightlapse
James Organ
Olli Ryder & Luke Welsh
Zutekh DJs
Pete Zorba
Understate
Josh Baker
Nicola Bear
Now Wave DJs
Rich Reason

Cardi B was recently confirmed to have landed her first Las Vegas residency. The rapper will perform five to six shows at the city’s newest club, KAOS, this year. While the dates have yet to be confirmed, she is expected to begin the run this spring.

Last week, the rapper responded to claims that the video for ‘Twerk’, her collaboration with City Girls, undermines the #MeToo movement after she was challenged by a conservative broadcaster.

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