The organisers of this year’s bigger-than-ever Lytham Festival are advising ticket buyers to be extra organised so they don’t miss out.
The Festival, which runs August 1 to 7, has grown rapidly since its inception in 2009 and now boasts six stages.
This year more than 100,000 people are expected to attend to see headlining acts such as Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Bryan Adams, and a Mix Tape night including The Village People, Bay City Rollers, Earth Wind and Fire Experience, and Collabro.
The festival kicks off with the UK’s largest ever outdoor screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Festival director Peter Taylor said: “The line-up across Lytham Festival this year is proving to be incredibly strong. We’ve attracted some really talented artists meaning that people can have the very best festival experience in the North West.
“The fringe events are pretty eclectic this year so we think we’ve managed to cater for pretty much every taste.
Whether reggae, soul or country we’re confident festival goers will find something they’ll love
“Whether reggae, soul or country we’re confident festival goers will find something they’ll love.
“Because there is so much on offer we’d really encourage people to plan their visit to maximise what they get to see – with such a packed line up we wouldn’t want anyone to miss out.”
Tickets are on sale to all Lytham Festival events now and more events will be announced in the coming weeks.
The Lytham Festival Box Office will open in Lytham Piazza from Sunday June 26.
n For more details about all events at Lytham Festival 2016 go to www.lythamfestival.com