Adams sells out with Festival tickets flying

Lytham Festival bosses say this year's event is the busiest ever, with tickets for one of the nights now sold out '“ unprecedented in Lytham Festival history.

Wednesday, 27th July 2016, 9:26 am
Updated Wednesday, 27th July 2016, 10:29 am
Bryan Adams.
Bryan Adams.

Organisers are warning of low ticket numbers remaining for acts throughout the week after experiencing ‘unprecedented’ demand.

Day tickets to see Canadian rock legend Bryan Adams on Saturday, August 6, are now sold out and the only chance of now seeing him at Lytham is by buying one of just a few weekend tickets still remaining.

There are fewer than 200 tickets left for West End Proms on the Sunday and tickets for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds on Thursday August 4 are also running low.

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Tickets still remain for some of Lytham Festival’s fringe events which will see a myriad of stars performing at venues across the town as well as a Picnic Cinema at Lytham Hall and the UK’s largest ever outdoor screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens in the Main Proms Arena.

Festival director Peter Taylor is urging people to grab remaining tickets now to avoid being disappointed.

“We have never seen demand like it before for Lytham Festival,” said Peter. “We have seven days of live music and events taking place over seven stages and it would appear that this year’s performers are all incredibly popular.

“This is our best-selling Lytham Festival to date and we are looking forward to a fantastic but incredibly-busy week.

“The crowds are going to be absolutely phenomenal at all our live music events in the Main Proms Arena on Lytham Green and with so many other events taking place throughout the town it is going to be one amazing festival.”

To grab remaining tickets for Lytham Festival go to or call in at the Box Office in Lytham Piazza.

As well as the tickets that remain for the main headliners in the Main Proms Arena tickets are available for the more intimate performances taking place across Lytham.