The deal applies to weekend tickets for the Manchester festival’s 10th anniversary edition next June, and is available for students with a valid student beans account until 2nd December.
Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th June 2019
Heaton Park, Manchester
Ahead of their tenth anniversary edition on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June 2019, the UK’s biggest metropolitan music festival Parklife have unveiled an exclusive ticket deal available exclusively for students via Student Beans. Running for a limited time and the only tickets will be available for the 2019 edition until the new year, the discount offers a unique opportunity for students to save 20% off the standard weekend ticket price, and includes three months worth of Apple Music for free.
An unprecedented package for students, the Student Beans code will reduce weekend ticket prices from£119 to just £95 for the two days of music, and enables the additional perk of three months of Apple Music for free which usually costs £4.99 a month for students. The price of the discounted festival ticket can also be spread out via a payment plan, allowing ticket buyers to secure their spot for next year’s edition for only £13.50 a month. With last year’s event playing host to the likes of Liam Gallagher, Skepta, Lorde, N*E*R*D, ASAP Rocky and Chrvches, the festival boasts 16 arenas spread across two days, and is renowned for bringing together an inspired selection of exciting acts across hip-hop, grime, pop, indie and electronic music. As 2019 serves as Parklife’s 10-year milestone – and with 10,000 earlybird tickets already sold-out – the line-up for next year promises to be even bigger and better than ever before, making this package an unmissable, value for money opportunity for students.
The deal is only available until 2nd December and can be accessed via the Student Beans website by students with a valid account. There will be no other tickets for Parklife 2019 released until the new year, so students are encouraged to act fast if they’d like to secure their spot for the special tenth anniversary event.