This year, make sure your journey to Manchester’s epic Parklife festival is hassle-free by travelling direct with Megabus. Ditch the car, forget changing trains, and choose comfortable coach travel to get your weekend of partying off to the best possible start.
For 2017, Parklife will be welcoming an all-star lineup with acts including The 1975, Frank Ocean, Jess Glynne, Two Door Cinema Club, Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox, Stormzy and Eric Prydz. Now hosted at the sprawling and picturesque Heaton Park to the north of Manchester, this is one unmissable party for every festival-goer.
Our Megabus to Manchester travels direct from 45 different locations across the country including London, Sheffield, Southampton, Exeter and Newcastle. We’ll drop you off at Manchester Shudehill Interchange in the city centre near the Northern Quarter.
If you’re dropping off your bags at a hotel or hostel first, there are plenty of options for travelling up to the festival from the city centre. Head back over to the Shudehill interchange and catch the 96 bus for a speedy service. Hop off at Heywood Road and you’ll be a short walk from Heaton Park where the festival takes place.
Festival location: Heaton Park, Manchester
Megabus stop: Manchester
Date: Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th June 2017
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