Music fans leave little to the imagination as they arrive at the sunny Parklife festival in beach-ready outfits | The Sun

MUSIC fans have left little to the imagination as they arrived at Parklife festival in beach-ready outfits.

The two-day event, which has been running since 2010, has seen tens of thousands flock to Manchester's Heaton Park this weekend.

With the hot weather rolling on, festivalgoers strutted their stuff in skimpy tops and mini-skirts as they look forward to an all-star lineup.

Brightly-coloured dresses, barely-there bikinis and tassels were also on show.

Snaps from the festival show groups of partygoers dressed to the nines, ready for fun in the sun.

A pair of ladies set a good example in the heat as they stayed hydrated with fizzy pop, while another was seen clutching a large bottle of water.


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The latter girl was styling it out with an all-white ensemble, with only her dark leather cowgirl hat breaking the colour coordination.

Some smiled and posed for the photos, with one revelled throwing up a cheeky peace sign.

This year's festival has attracted big-name headliners, including The 1975, Aitch and the Wu-Tang Clan.

It has previously played host to international megastars like 50 Cent, Megan Thee Stallion, Snoop Dogg and Rita Ora.

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The capacity was increased to 82,500 people across the two days when it moved from its original venue to Heaton Park in 2013.

Since then it has become a fixture on the UK festival calendar and one of the most celebrated in the North.

Standard tickets are still available for tomorrow at a cost of £84.50 and VIP tickets are £114.50.

Or if you fancy getting in early for next year, 'super early bird' tickets are on sale now at just £99 for the whole weekend.

It kicks off as Brits are soaking up sunshine and temperatures of up to 30C across much of the nation, in a perfect setting for an outdoor festival.

However, the Met Ofice has issued a yellow weather warning with thunderstorms bringing heavy rain and the chance of flooding in many western areas.

Manchester is at the very tip of the warning area, so Parklife party animals will hope that they get lucky and avoid the rain, but much of the West Midlands and Wales are set to bear the brunt.

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