Pop superstars Little Mix are bringing their unmissable live show to Lytham Festival 2020.
It is announced this morning that the world’s biggest girl band will headline the 11thannual festival on Sunday July 5.
The announcement follows the news that global icon Lionel Richie, international chart-topper LewisCapaldi, pop superstars Westlife, and indie giants SnowPatrolwill also headline Lytham Festival 2020.
Thisstellar line-up has been revealed as Lancashire’s biggest music festival prepares for another sell-out year.
The 11th annual Lytham Festival will take place on Lytham Green from Wednesday 01 to Sunday 05 July.
Five–day passes giving festival-goers access to all nights on Lytham Green are on sale now from www.lythamfestival.com
Individual tickets to each night will go on sale at 8am Thursday November 28.
Opening Lytham Festival 2020 on Wednesday July 1 will be a headlining show from Irish pop superstars Westlife as part of their UK wide Stadiums in the Summer Tour. Hailed as theUK’s top selling album group of the 21stCentury, the Lytham Festival show willsee the global pop kings perform all of their greatest hits including Swear It Again, Flying Without Wingsand You Raise Me Upas well as sensational up-tempo new songs from their forthcoming new album Spectrum.
Thursday July 2 will see rapidly rising international star Lewis Capaldi headline the Main Proms Arena. It’s been a meteoric rise to success for the Scottish singer-songwriter who is currently enjoying huge adoration on both sides of the Atlantic and has just been nominated for a Grammy Award for his hit Someone You Loved.
Indie rockers Snow Patrol are the Friday night headliners. With a 25-year career they have racked up an impressive number of accolades including more than 17 million global album sales and an Ivor Novello award. Their 2006 monster hit single Chasing Carswent on to become UK radio’s most played song of the 21stCentury.
Saturday night will see international superstar Lionel Richie headline as he will perform hits from his extensive and much-loved repertoire spanning decades, all the way from the Commodores to the present day. His music is part of the fabric of pop music and Richie has sold more than 100 million albums worldwide and is an Oscar, Golden Globe, and four-time Grammy Awards winner.
Lytham Festival will close on Sunday July 5 with a headlining set from the world’s biggest girl band Little Mix, as part of their huge outdoor Summer 2020tour. Since 2011, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall have not only established themselves as one of British pop’s brightest acts, but as a global pop phenomenon having sold more than50 million records worldwide.
At least 75p from every ticket sale for Little Mix at Lytham Festival will be donated to Nordoff Robbins – a charity that uses the power of music therapy to enrich the lives of people affected by life limiting illness, isolation or disability.
Details of all support artists will be revealed soon.
Festival director Peter Taylor is delighted with the line-up.
“2020 is going to be yet another massive year for Lytham Festival,” said Peter.
“We had an incredible line-up for 2019 as we celebrated our 10-year anniversary so our mission was to make 2020 even bigger and better, and we believe the festival we have planned will do just that.
“To have Lionel Richie and Westlife on the same bill as Lewis Capaldi, Snow Patrol and Little Mix is incredibly exciting and really does make this our biggest ever line-up.
“There will be tens of thousands of people descending on Lytham for the five days of the festival and we can’t wait to welcome them for what will be five truly spectacular nights of live music.”
Five day Passes for Lytham Festival are on sale now priced from £199 and are available HERE
Individual tickets priced from £35 will go on sale at 8am Thursday November 28.
A range of exclusive VIP offers are also available.
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As Lytham Festival enters a new decade, it has already announced a brand-new Lytham Proms concert for 2020.
The traditional picnic proms, which was ordinarily held as part of Lytham Festival, will now take place at historic Lytham Hall on Saturday August 29 with all money raised being gifted to the continued restoration of the Grade 1 Georgian mansion.