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Lytham Festival returns to Lytham Green next July with a stellar line-up including headliners Westlife, Lewis Capaldi, Snow Patrol, Lionel Richie and Little Mix.
Lytham Festival has fast become Lancashire’s largest and best-loved live music festival, attracting thousands of festival-goers for a week of live music, arts and entertainment by the sea.
Westlife are set to open the 2020 edition on Wednesday 1 July with the pop superstars playing the event as part of their much-anticipated Stadiums in the Summer UK tour. Scottish superstar Lewis Capaldi headlines on Thursday night, with the Glaswegian-native recently receiving a Grammy Award nomination for his chart-topping hit Someone You Loved.
Friday night will see indie giants Snow Patrol perform hits from their 25-year career, while Lytham Festival welcomes global icon Lionel Richie to the stage on Saturday night for an evening that’ll have you dancing all night long. The festivals first line-up announcement is completed by pop super group, Little Mix, as the band play Lytham as part of their newly announced 2020 tour.
Celebrating its 10-year anniversary in 2019, Lytham has grown from a humble one-day event to a five-night festival epic, with entertainment spanning multiple music genres along with arts, food and drink to enjoy each day. The Lytham Festival line-up in 2019 featured legendary headliners, including rock star Rod Stewart and pop sensation Kylie Minogue.
The Human League and Stereophonics also wowed the crowds at last year’s edition. Now in its eleventh year, the festival is bigger and better than ever as it enters into a new decade of entertainment with the brand-new Lytham Proms concert also taking place on Saturday 29 August 2020.
Here’s that Lytham Festival 2020 line-up so far:
1 July 2020 – Westlife
2 July 2020 – Lewis Capaldi
3 July 2020 – Snow Patrol
4 July 2020 – Lionel Richie
5 July 2020 – Little Mix
Tickets for Lytham Festival go on sale from 08:00 Thursday 28 November 2019 via Ticketmaster.co.uk.