Changes to train times


Parklife Festival

Saturday 13th June - Sunday 14th June 2020

Parklife Festival is a multi-genre music festival in Manchester, England. Fresh off its biggest edition to date, the festival is firmly cemented as one of the UK's favourite.

Situated at Heaton Park, it is one of the largest municipal parks in Europe covering an area of up to 600 acres. Heaton Park has been open as a park since 1902. At Heaton Park there are great facilities such as an 18-hole golf course, a boating lake, an adventure playground and a tramway museum. The Park has a long and rich history of hosting festivals and concerts.


Twitter: @Parklifefest


Heaton Park, Manchester, M25 2SW

Recommended station/s

Swinton, Manchester Victoria, Manchester Piccadilly, Manchester Oxford Road

What's happening with the trains?

To get to Heaton Park from the City Centre using the Metrolink, you will need to board the tram to Bury and get off at the Heaton Park stop. Metrolink operates a regular service throughout the day. 

If you wish to use the Metrolink to get back to the City Centre after 6pm then you will need to go to the Bowker Vale stop. Heaton Park Metrolink station will close at 18:00 on both event days.

Heaton Park is situated to the North of Manchester city centre. It is 5 miles from the city centre and is well serviced by public transport.

Manchester Piccadilly is served by many National Rail services throughout the UK. Once at the station, walk to Market Street Metrolink station to board a line 2 metro to Heaton Park.

Plan Your Journey to this event

You can plan your journey to this event by using the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner.

Last updated:   14 January 2020