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Parklife festival in pictures

Have a gander at some amazing pics from last year's Manchester-based event
By Marcus Barnes |
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Parklife festival has been running here in Manchester since 2010, growing in stature and reputation year on year. Like most gatherings of its size, Parklife is always a colourful affair attracting a diverse mix of music lovers and party people from across the north of the UK and the rest of the country with guests over the last few years including Disclosure, David Rodigan, Wu-Tang Clan, Grace Jones, Snoop, Plan B, Kelis and countless more. 

With Ice Cube, The Chemical Brothers, Years & Years, Stormzy, Soul II Soul and lots more announced for this year's festival, here's a look back at some of the best pics from the 2015 edition. 'Ave it!

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Parklife in pictures

David Rodigan at Parklife Festival Manchester 2015
Andrew Whitton

Parklife Festival in Manchester 2015
Danny North

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Parklife Festival in Manchester 2015
Derek Bremner

Wu-Tang Clan at Parklife Festival Manchester 2015
Andrew Whitton

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Parklife Festival in Manchester 2015
Derek Bremner

Parklife Festival in Manchester 2015
Derek Bremner

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Parklife Festival in Manchester 2015
Derek Bremner

Parklife Festival in Manchester 2015
Gobinder Jhitta

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Parklife Festival in Manchester 2015
Joe Okpako

Parklife Festival in Manchester 2015
Justine Trickett

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