The Manchester festival has announced its lineup in full, as has its sister event in Brighton, Wild Life.
Parklife, which returns to Manchester's Heaton Park for the fourth year running, has confirmed The Chemical Brothers, Major Lazer, Jamie xx, Ice Cube and Busta Rhymes as headliners. There are additional slots for Diplo, Katy B, Chase & Status, De La Soul, Kelela, DJ EZ, Annie Mac and grime stars Stormzy, Skepta and Kano. On a house and techno tip, the likes of Four Tet, Maceo Plex, Dixon, Nina Kraviz, Ben Klock, Joy Orbison, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Ben UFO, Jamie Jones, Eats Everything, Todd Terje, The Martinez Brothers, Seth Troxler and Jackmaster, who will go back-to-back with Armand Van Helden, have all been booked.
Save for Wild Life's two main draws—live sets from Disclosure and Rudimental—the Brighton event will share the bulk of its acts with Parklife, with Ice Cube, Busta Rhymes, Dixon, Annie Mac, DJ EZ, Eats Everything, Four Tet, Stormzy, Todd Terje, De La Soul, Kaytranada, Jackmaster, Skream and Tiga locked in for both. There are some names who will only be heading to Brighton City Airport, though, including Carl Cox, Gerd Janson and Midland.