Disabled Access Information & Facilities
Parklife work closely with Attitude is Everything to provide an event site which is as accessible as possible to everyone.
2 for 1 tickets for personal assistants
We provide a 2:1 ticket scheme for individuals who would be unable to attend our events without bringing a personal assistant. Once you have brought a full price ticket, please fill in the access requirement form and provide us with documentation in order to receive your personal assistant ticket.
Arriving and departing the festival
Metrolink: There are two tram stops within close proximity to the festival site; Heaton Park and Bowker Vale. Heaton Park is closer to the site, the closest entrance is East, which is the least accessible entrance and the Access Reception is on the other side of the festival site. It is recommended that you alight at Bowker Vale and then walk the short distance to the Access Entrance just off Sheepfoot Lane, M25 0DN. The Heaton Park tram stop will be CLOSED when the event finishes, for leaving the event you MUST use Bowker Vale.
Taxi: Ask your taxi to drop you at the at the site car park which is just off Sheepfoot Lane, M25 0DN
Bus: The bus stop will drop you at the North Gate of the festival site, however it is equidistant to walk to the Access Reception, so please follow the Access signs.
Parking: The Access Car Park is located just off Sheepfoot Lane, M25 0DN, it is beyond the public car park, and is the hard standing car park, which is adjacent to the Reception.
Bike: The bike store is located just off Sheepfoot Lane, M25 0DN, it is the hard standing car park, which is adjacent to the Reception.
Walking: When heading from Bury Old Road, go beyond the East entrance on Sheeofoot Lane, M25 0DN, to find the entrance to the car park and then the Reception. When heading from Middleton Road, walk along Sheepfoot Lane and follow signs for public and access car park, the reception is adjacent to the access car park.
An accessible car park is located as close as possible to an event entrance.
Admittance to the viewing platform will only be given to those wearing an access wristband and access lanyard.
There will be four viewing platforms available at the event; Main Stage, The Valley Stage and The Sounds of The Near Future Stage. The tented stages and the platform will be at the back of the tent next to the Front of House stand. The Main and The Valley Stage view platforms will be adjacent to the Front of House, with a direct view of the stage.
We welcome assistance dogs onto the site with advance notice. There will be an area provided for toileting and drinking.
There will be general warning signs in all the performance area if strobe lighting will be used. Due to the nature of the artists it is likely that strobe lighting will be used throughout the performances. There will not be a warning immediately before a period of strobe lighting.
There are First Aid facilities within the event site. There will also be Medics and First Aiders on patrol around the event. If you require more information, please get in touch.
Contact details for disabled access enquiries
If you require more information on the disabled access facilities at the event or would like to get in touch please email email@example.com, call 0161 768 6341 or write to us at: Parklife Access Team, 3, The Stables, Wilmslow Road, Manchester M20 5PG