Festival organisers have made a public appeal for information following the fatal attack on June 7th.
Parklife Weekender have offered a £20,000 reward for information that could lead to the conviction of Robert Hart's killer.
As previously reported, Hart was punched at the Manchester festival on June 7th. He died from his injuries a few days later, on June 11th. Today Parklife took to their Facebook page to write: "After careful consultation with GMP [Greater Manchester Police], who have in turn been in extremely close communication with the family, we are now able to offer £20,000 for information which leads the authorities to identifying the attacker and convicting him for the crime."
The post adds: "Tomorrow marks a week since the sad passing of Robert Hart and our thoughts continue to be with his family who have been going through unthinkable pain since then. From the start we believed that, out of the 70,000 people at the festival, there must have been one person who knows who was responsible for this cowardly act. The response from the public in support of the family has been overwhelming so far. Please, if you have any information that can help, please call on 0161 856 9283.
We will not stop until the offender is caught. RIP Robert Hart.
Sacha, Sam, Jon and The Parklife Team."
Anyone with information can contact the incident room direct on 0161 856 9283 or email the incident room on firstname.lastname@example.org with any relevant footage. You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.