Lytham Festival 2024

Looking for fun things to do near Blackpool this summer? Don’t miss out on Lytham Festival 2024! See live performances from music legends like Shania Twain, Hozier and The Kooks at this five-day event in St Annes before enjoying other top Blackpool activities nearby. This is a non-camping festival, so you’ll need a place to stay in Lancashire when the event’s over. Luckily for you, our Blackpool hotels are waiting just a short drive away from Lytham Green with luxurious beds, Premier Inn Breakfasts and free Wi-Fi. 

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History of Lytham Festival

Lytham has changed a lot since it started in 2010. In its first year, it was just a small outdoor orchestral event and picnic that took place over one day. The following year, it grew to a three-day event and had headliners including Status Quo. Nowadays, Lytham is one of the biggest festivals in Lancashire, and has hosted icons from Diana Ross and Simply Red to Lionel Richie and Sting! 

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Four things to know about Lytham Festival

Lytham 2024 dates & lineup

Lytham 2024 dates & lineup

Dates: Wednesday 3rd July to Sunday 7th July 2024

Lineup: Rag'n'Bone Man, Hozier, Shania Twain and Brittany Howard are just some of the headliners you can look forward to seeing this July. Lord Huron will be performing on Wednesday, The Kooks on Friday, Rick Astley on Saturday and Johnny Marr on Sunday. 

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Getting to Lytham Festival

Getting to Lytham Festival

Blackpool Festival Flyer tickets are a great way of getting to and from the event by bus, and Lytham Festival has also partnered with Big Green Coach to help festival goers get around. Plus, if you’re planning on getting Lytham Festival by train, you’ll be pleased to know that Lytham station is just a five-minute walk away from the event! 

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Duration of Lytham Festival

Duration of Lytham Festival

Get ready for five days’ worth of live music and summer fun at this Lancashire event, which runs from 3rd to 7th July. 

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Size of Lytham Festival

Size of Lytham Festival

Lytham Green welcomes over 100,000 music lovers each summer for this five-day celebration. With Lytham Windmill and the picturesque Ribble Estuary providing the backdrop, some of the biggest names in music will take to the stage for an unforgettable festival.

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Lytham Festival FAQs

How much will it cost to go to Lytham Festival 2024?

There’s all kinds of Lytham Festival tickets you can buy, including five-day passes, two-day passes and VIP passes. Five-day passes can cost over £200 and Lytham Festival also offers payment plans to make their packages more affordable. Don’t forget to factor in your travel and accommodation costs too! 

 

How hard is it to get a ticket for Lytham Festival?

Wondering when Lytham Festival tickets are released and how to get them? Tickets usually go live in October or November before the festival – and often sell out within an hour! You can pre-register your details on the official Lytham Festival site and also apply for resale tickets later in the year. 

 

Does Lytham Festival sell day tickets?

Yes! Hozier fans can book Wednesday tickets, Shania Twain will be performing on Thursday, The Kooks take to the stage on Friday, book Saturday tickets for Rick Astley or see The Magic Numbers on Sunday. 

 

Where to stay for Lytham Festival?

We’ve got you covered when you’re searching for places to stay near Lytham Festival 2024. Check into nearby hotels like our Blackpool East (M55, Jct4) hotel and our Blackpool Airport hotel, or stay closer to Blackpool Pleasure Beach at our Blackpool (North Pier) hotel or our Blackpool (Beach) hotel. There’s no camping allowed at Lytham Festival, so our great-value rooms with super-comfy beds and free Wi-Fi are ideal. 

 

Where is Lytham Festival held?

This popular festival takes place on Lytham Green, so you can look forward to picture-perfect views of the River Ribble alongside the festival itself. Thanks to the venue’s spot in St Annes, you’ll only be a short drive away from some of the best places to visit in Blackpool – why not explore the iconic Blackpool Tower or take the kids to Blackpool Pleasure Beach?

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