Lytham Festival 2016
Save the dates for Lytham Festival 1 - 7 August.
Rock legend Bryan Adams, pop stars including The Village People, Bay City Rollers and Earth Wind & Fire and a host of West End stars will take to the stage over three nights at Lytham Festival 2016.
Lytham Festival headliners for the main arena on Lytham Green from Friday 5 to Sunday 7 August.
The headline act for Thursday 6 August will be revealed in the New Year.
Tickets for Lytham Festival 2016 go on sale 9am Monday December 14.
Friday August 5 is Mix Tape night with live music from 70’s disco giants The Village People and Earth, Wind and Fire, Scottish rockers Bay City Rollers, 90s popstars Liberty X, Toploader and 911 and 80s chart-toppers 5 Star.
Saturday night will see multi-platinum recording artist and Canadian rock giant Bryan Adams headline. Adams recently launched his thirteenth studio album Get Up and will entertain the crowds with a string of new hits together with such classics as Summer of 69, (Everything I Do) I Do It For You and Run To You.
The Traditional Last Night of the Proms night on Sunday August 7 will see the week-long festival close with West End Proms as a string of West End and Broadway stars including Miss Saigon star Lea Salonga, star of Les Miserable and Phantom of the Opera Ramin Karimloo, musical theatre group Collabro, Olivier Award winner Ruthie Henshall, Chicago star Claire Sweeney, Blackpool musical theatre star Jodie Prenger and Lytham-born rising West End star Lucie Mae Sumner all take to the stage.
Lytham Festival 2016 is looking pretty spectacular and with so much on offer which will appeal to such a wide audience we look forward to presenting a magnificent event.
Tickets for Lytham Festival go on sale at 9am Monday December 14 and are available from www.lythamfestival.com or by calling 0844 888 0200.
Mix Tape – Friday August 5 – from £32.50
Bryan Adams – Saturday August 6 – from £45
West End Proms – Sunday August 7 – from £35
Weekend tickets (Thurs 4 – Sun 7 August) – £132
VIP tickets and hospitality are available at all events in the main Lytham Green arena
More details www.lythamfestival.com
- Sub-Regional Awards Tourism Event of the Year 2015
- Sub-Regional Awards Lancashire Tourism Awards Finalist 2014
|Lytham Festival 2016 (1 Aug 2016 - 7 Aug 2016)|
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