A. Lytham Festival will be running from 23rd July – 29th July 2018
A. The Pass permits access to all 5 nights of concerts in the Lytham Festival Proms Arena. From Wednesday 25th July – Sunday 29th July 2018.
You can purchase a maximum of 4 ‘Passes’ in any 1 transaction. This limit is to allow a fair distribution of passes as the Early Bird Passes are limited, and we operate a first come, first served policy. In previous years the Early Bird Passes have sold out within an hour of going on sale, so we advise customers to book online at 9am on Friday 18th August 2017.
To help our most loyal customers secure their tickets, for 2018 each PASS will be printed with the recipients name. You will need to have the names of ALL people you are buying the passes for at the time of booking. The named individual will require photo ID matching the name printed on The Pass to gain entry into the festival.
Passes CANNOT be re-sold or transferred, so please ensure that you are buying for the named individual as they cannot be refunded if your plans change.
A. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 and over who has their own ticket. Children aged 2 and under can attend for free and don’t require a ticket. All other children must have a full price ticket to enter the concert.
A. Please call 0844 815 4874
A. Yes, please ensure you dress for the weather and don’t forget your sun cream!
A. Absolutely! Concerts are only ever cancelled due to the weather if conditions become dangerous. However, you cannot bring an Umbrella, so please dress appropriately.
A. Food and Drink is not permitted apart from on Sunday night. There will be a number of fantastic food concessions and multiple bars offering a range of drinks on all nights.
A. Any cameras that are deemed ‘professional’ will be confiscated until the end of the concert.
Allowed: Non- professional recording equipment
A. Parking is available on the green immediately next to the proms arena for VIP, Disabled and General Admission Customers. Details of tickets will be available in due course.
A. Our chair policy is subject to change depending on the act
A. Please head HERE for all info on how to get to Lytham Festival
A. Yes, tickets will be available online and on the phone at 0844 815 4874. Booking early is advised.
Customers who have purchased The Pass and require access to the wheelchair user platform must contact us no later than 48 hours after your purchase to secure access. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your contact details including a telephone number.
A. We have disabled parking facilities a short distance from the entrance to the arena. Disabled parking facilities can be purchased online. You will also need to display a valid Blue Badge.
Yes, due to recent changes in legislation it is now an offence to bring flares, fireworks and smoke bombs or similar at an outdoor event. All items will be confiscated and passed on to the Police to deal with further.
You sure can, more details below:
If you are traveling by train and arriving at Blackpool North there are regular buses which depart from opposite the train station to take you to Lytham. On leaving the train station, catch the Service 7 or 11 heading to Lytham from the Talbot Road (TA2) bus stop opposite Wilkos.
Service 7 & 11 both run every 15 minutes Monday – Saturday day time until roughly 6pm. In the evenings service 7 & 11 run every 30 minutes. On Sunday, both services operate a 30 minute frequency all day.
Service 7 timetable can be found here
Service 11 timetable can be found here
For travel to Blackpool after the festival, service 7 & 11 run every 30 minutes at 4 minutes, 12 minutes, 34 minutes and 42 minutes past each hour.
In addition to this, Blackpool Transport are running 8 extra buses from Lytham – Blackpool Town Centre every evening during the Festival.
The last bus from Lytham will be at 00:26 heading towards Blackpool Town Centre (Service 7).
On leaving the festival area, the bus can be caught from Clifton Street, just a short walk from the arena. Alternatively both the 7 & 11 can be caught from Lytham Centre.
The cheapest way to travel with Blackpool Transport is using a saver ticket. If you are making a return journey, the best ticket for you is a 24 hour ticket. This can be purchased from the driver when you board the bus for just £5 (adult) or £2.50 (child).