The Warehouse Project’s almighty Parklife Weekender is back for 2013 with an absolute beast of a line-up.

Indie chameleons The Horrors will run the gamut from schlock-rock to kosmische to shoegaze, and might offer a sneak peak of where they’ll be heading next. Simian Mobile Disco will offer muscular house and electro with a melodic streak, and 2012 breakthrough star Jessie Ware will be running through material from the elegant Devotion. Raucous duo TNGHT will appear (with Hudson Mohawke providing a supplementary DJ set), as will Hessle Audio’s Ben UFO.

FACT are pleased to announce that we’ll also be co-hosting a stage with The Warehouse Project and Now Wave. Disclosure, currently sitting pretty at Number Two in the charts, will headline the stage with their glossy, infectious strand of house.  Four Tet is signed up to play live, the fiercely tipped AlunaGeorge will be appearing, and Caribou side project Daphni will also be live and in full effect. Detroit bellower Danny Brown will be showcasing Old material, and John Talabot will make the trip from Barcelona. Other acts lined up for the stage include Krystal Klear, Cyril Hahn and Lapalux.

Further additions include Kerri Chandler, Maya Jane Coles, Derrick Carter, Hot Natured, Benga, Joey Bada$$, DJ EZ, Joker, Zebra Katz, Jackmaster, Action Bronson, Todd Terje & Lindstrom, Martyn, Scuba, Julio Bashmore and Lone. Parklife will run from June 8-9 in Manchester – head here for tickets and further information.

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