A. Lytham Festival will be running from Wednesday 10th July to Sunday 14th July.
A. The Lounge and The Garden tickets are available to purchased HERE
A. The Hub will open in June 2019. More information available nearer the time.
A. The box office will be open on each show day from 2pm until 9pm.
Please note that the venue box office has changed location situated near GATE B, please click HERE.
(Please note timings are subject to change)
A. Please visit the box office situated near GATE B, please click HERE.
Photographic I.D is required.
A. If you have selected a Digital Print Pass, please check the inbox and junk folders for the email address used at time of booking as this will have already been emailed to you.
If you have selected Standard or Secure post, and it is now 4 weeks before the concert please call 0333 321 9999.
A. Please call Ticketmaster’s customer service on 0844 844 0444
For accessible tickets, please contact Ticketmaster on 0800 988 4440
A. General admission gates open at 6pm on Wednesday 10th July to Saturday 13th July.
VIP Gates open at 5pm on Wednesday 10th July to Saturday 13th July.
On Sunday 14th July all gates will open at 5pm.
A. Set times are subject to change. However, we expect entertainment to start at 7pm, arrive early to soak up the atmosphere
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 the conditions become dangerous. However, you cannot bring an umbrella, so please dress appropriately.
A. Chairs are not allowed into the arena on the Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday concerts.
For the Sunday Proms concert, you’re welcome to bring chairs and a picnic.
A. Yes. However, bars and concessions accept card payments.
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. Yes, parking is available on the green immediately next to the proms arena for VIP, Disabled and General Admission Customers.
Car parking will be £10 when booked in advance and £20 if booked on the day of the event.
Car parks open from 3pm on the day of the event.
Cars are not permitted to be left on the green overnight.
A. Yes, you can see the location of the wheelchair platform HERE
A. Wheelchair platform tickets are available to be purchased online HERE and on the phone at 0800 988 4440. Booking early is advised.
A. Car parking tickets are non-specific; however, we have a designated blue badge area, specifically for blue badge holders. This is a short distance from the entrance to the arena. Car parking tickets can be purchased online. Access to the disabled car park will only be granted to those with a valid blue badge, we ask that this is displayed clearly, along with your car park ticket, on your dashboard upon entry.
You cannot bring the following items into Lytham Festival:
- Smoke bombs
- Illegal substances
- Legal Highs
- Nitrous Oxide
- Any items which may be used as a weapon
- Food and Drink (Apart from on the Sunday).
A. Yes, but please try to bring a bag no larger than an A4 piece of paper. All bags are subject to a search so please avoid bringing one where you can to speed up your entry to the concert.
Please locate your nearest member of the stewarding team or staff.
After the festival please contact us – HERE
Getting to Lytham Festival
The Proms Arena, East Beach, Lytham, FY8 5LD
The route to Lytham train station and bus stops will be clearly signposted. There are hourly trains running from Preston Train Station to Blackpool South Station. The best bus services to and from Lytham are Blackpool Transport and Stagecoach.
If you are traveling by train and arriving at Blackpool North there are regular buses which depart from Market Street, just a 5 minute walk from the train station. On leaving the train station, catch the Service 11 or 17 from signposted bus stops on Market Street.
Service 11 & 17 run frequently throughout the day and every 30 minutes in the evening. On Sunday, both services operate a 30 minute frequency all day.
Service 11 timetable can be found HERE
Service 17 timetable can be found HERE
Leaving Lytham Festival
For travel to Blackpool after the festival, service 11 & 17 run every 30 minutes at 04, 07, 30 & 37 minutes past each hour.
In addition, Blackpool Transport are running 8 extra buses from Lytham to Blackpool Town Centre every evening during the Festival.
The last bus from Lytham will be at 00:12 heading towards Blackpool Town Centre (Service 17).
More information available HERE
By Car and Taxi
Surrounding the area are Yellow Event Signs that direct you to the correct parking and drop off locations. A taxi rank and drop off
point is located outside the event (opposite The Queens Hotel).