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Parklife 2012 Lineup – Official Announcement

Written by Alex Langlands on June 19, 2012

Well, well, it’s that time of year again children, the time where you find out who will be playing your favourite spring festival. Parklife! In its epic 2012 instalment, the crew over at Fuzzy are leaving no stone unturned as they drop their splendid array of artists.

After the extremely successful 2011 leg of the festival, there was a slight hesitation as to whether it could be outdone, and by the looks of things they truly are off to a great start. With tickets going on sale in the next few weeks, for the somewhat cheap price, Parklife will be the best possible start to the spring/summer festival season.

Aside from the changes in lineup styles, Fuzzy have also changed the location of the Sydney leg, which has been moved back to where it first began in 2000, with the Parklife crew releasing this brief statement about it:

“Our new Sydney home encompasses Loch Ave South and Brazilian Fields in the heart of beautiful Centennial Park. It’s close to where the first four Parklife’s were held from 2000-2003 and has beautiful rolling slopes dotted with Moreton Bay figs and a variety of other trees. We’re just a little bit excited (OK, completely delirious!) about moving Parklife there this year.”

Without further ado, I give you the rather delightful Parklife 2012 lineup!

Parklife 2012 Lineup

The Presets
Nero (Live)
Passion Pit
Plan B
Justice (Dj Set)
Tame Impala
Chiddy Bang
Dj Fresh (Live)
Jacques Lu Cont
Benga (Live)
Parachute Youth
Jack Beats (Live)
St Lucia
Art Department
Charli Xcx
Rizzle Kicks
Lee Foss
Alison Wonderland
Softwar (East Coast Only)

Ticketing info

Pre-Sale Offer
Starts 21st June 12midday AEST and ends 25th June midnight AEST
Parklife fans can enjoy up to $25* off the standard price per ticket by subscribing to
*Adelaide receives $17 off standard ticket price due to Adelaide pricing structure

General Early Bird Offer
Starts 26th June at 12midday AEST, and ends 3rd July
Ticket price (national, except Adelaide): $118 + bf
Ticket price (Adelaide): $108 + bf

General Ticket Release
Release to public from 3rd July 12midday AEST to show day
Ticket price (national, except Adelaide): $138 + bf
Ticket price (Adelaide, 1st Release 3rd July – 14th August): $120 + bf
Ticket price (Adelaide, 2nd Release 14th August – show day): $130 + bf

Parklife Vip Tickets
Available from general release date, 3rd July
Ticket price $185 + bf = $192

Tickets and more info available from

Parklife 2012 Dates

Parklife Brisbane
Saturday 29th September
Riverstage and Botanic Gardens

Parklife Sydney
Sunday 30th September
Centennial Park

Parklife Perth
Monday 1st October
Wellington Square

Parklife Melbourne
Saturday 6th October
Sidney Myer Music Bowl and Kings Domain

Parklife Adelaide
Sunday 7th October
Botanic Park, Botanic Gardens of Adelaide

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