Marcus Rashford enjoys some downtime at Parklife Festival in Manchester with best pal Jesse Lingard

Best friends Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard enjoyed some downtime on Sunday as they spent the day at Parklife Festival.

The Manchester United football players looked buoyant at Heaton Park as they watched Migos, an American hip hop trio. 

Marcus, 23, and Jesse, 28, seemingly carried their good spirits over from the day before, following Man U’s 4-1 win against Newcastle. 

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Day off: Best friends Marcus Rashford (pictured) and Jesse Lingard enjoyed some downtime on Sunday as they spent the day at Parklife Festival

The sportsmen lapped up the good music and Jesse stopped to savour the moments on his phone. 

Parklife Festival is held annually in Manchester and is co-founded by Sacha Lord.

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Last March, the organisers announced that it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic – the same story across the board for all similar events.

Big weekend! The Manchester United football players looked buoyant at Heaton Park

Happy days: Marcus, 23, and Jesse, 28, seemingly carried their good spirits over from the day before, following Man U’s 4-1 win against Newcastle

Having fun: The sportsmen lapped up the good music at the Manchester festival, as they watched Migos, an American hip hop trio

Good times: Jesse stopped to savour the moments on his phone

Also part of the line-up was popstar Becky Hill, 27, who got the crowd rocking with a series of her hits.

She rose to prominence on the first series of The Voice UK, where she auditioned with John Legend’s classic hit Ordinary People.

In 2014, the False Alarm songstress became the first – and only thus far – contestant of the show to bag a UK number 1 after Gecko (Overdrive) with Oliver Heldens soared to the top of the charts. 

Performance: Also part of the line-up was popstar Becky Hill, 27, who got the crowd rocking with a series of her hits

Going from strength-to-strength: She rose to prominence on the first series of The Voice UK, where she auditioned with John Legend’s classic hit Ordinary People

Achievement: In 2014, the False Alarm songstress became the first – and only thus far – contestant of the show to bag a UK number 1

Festivals are back! An additional festival taking place over the course of the weekend was TRNSMT in Glasgow, where Becky took to the stage on Saturday

Back in 2019, the festival was said to have a capacity of 15,000, but this year, it’s increased to a reported 80,000.

An additional festival taking place over the course of the weekend was TRNSMT in Glasgow, where Becky took to the stage on Saturday. 

Also performing were the likes of Liam Gallagher, Amy McDonald and Keane.  

Big performances: Also performing at the Scottish festival were the likes of Liam Gallagher, Amy McDonald (pictured) and Keane