The Pinkpanthers apologize to fans but say they need time to recover from ‘hearing difficulties’
a rising singer-songwriter
Manchester’s Parklife festival has been forced to withdraw. The Pinkpanthers apologized to fans but said they needed time to recover from their ‘hearing difficulties’.
devastated to miss Parklife
Bath, 22, made a name for herself on TikTok before signing major record deals – she said she was devastated to miss Parklife, which returns to Heaton Park on Saturdays and Sundays, but was given a ‘doctor’s order’ Under’ had to get out.
Chase and Status, Jamie XX
This year’s event is set to be bigger than ever as it welcomes a massive lineup of international stars from 50 Cent and Tyler, The Creator to Megan Thee Stallion and Louise Capaldi. They will be joined by Chase & Status, Jamie XX, and Four Tet as well as Peggy Gou, Arlo Parks, and Loyal Corner on Saturday and Sunday.
due to the coronavirus pandemic
It will be attended by around 80,000 festivals every day, making it the largest metropolitan festival in the UK. The huge concert has taken place in June for the first time since June 2019 due to the coronavirus pandemic. In a statement released via ParkLife’s Twitter account, Pink wrote: “Under the orders of the doctors, I am due to hearing loss this weekend. I will not be able to perform in Parklife.
“Lots of love and a sincere apology again, Pink.”
In 2021, Parklife was forced to move to a September time slot due to restrictions placed on the events industry as a result of COVID-19. This year, it falls on June 11 and 12. On Saturdays, the gates of the festival venue open at 11 a.m. and an hour later on Sundays at 12 noon. The last admission to Heaton Park will be at 5pm.