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Tickets: explained. Get ready for the on-sale.

There are 2 ways in which you can buy tickets for Lytham Festival. The Pass or Day Tickets. The Pass is a ticket that allows entry to the Festival each night, Day Tickets can be purchased for a particular day, for entry to a particular concert.

The Pass

The Pass is available to purchase from Sunday 25th October, 7pm. The Pass is sold in ‘Waves’. Each Wave has a set allocation of tickets, and once a ‘Wave’ sells out, the ticket price moves up to the next wave, and so on.

For 2021 a number of ticket holders chose to move their passes over from 2020 to 2021, this will therefore limit the number of tickets available in each Wave. Overall the number of Passes issued for the Festival is limited, so once they are gone they are gone. For 2021 we are making more Passes overall available at the lower priced Waves, but do be quick, in 2020 The Pass in Wave 1 and Wave 2 sold out in just 15 minutes!

The best way to secure your ticket, at the cheapest price is to book as soon as possible. View our TIPS below. The Pass is available as General Admission (entry each night to the General Admission area), The Pass – Garden (entry each night to the VIP Garden), or for the ultimate experience The Pass – The Lounge (entry each night to the VIP Lounge).

The Pass is a physical credit card ticket, with an individual barcode and lanyard. It will be posted to you around 4-6 weeks before the festival. The Pass is personal and registered to the ticket holder and cannot be replaced if lost, so you will need to keep it safe. You are welcome to swap you pass with your friends and family so different people come each night, but make sure that they keep it safe and return it to you!

Prices for The Pass in 2021 start at £219 per person, this makes each concert work out at just over £40 per person and is excellent value for money.

Ticketmaster.co.uk is the ONLY authorised seller of The Pass. Don’t be fooled by websites like Viagogo or Stubhub claiming to sell tickets for the Festival. These are re-sale websites whereby people re-sell a ticket they purchase directly from us. Often the sellers are speculatively selling (i.e. they haven’t actually bought the ticket from us) and they are often way above market value.

 

Day Tickets

Day Tickets will be available to Purchase from 8am on Friday 30th October 2020. Day Tickets are sold in ‘Waves’. Each Wave has a set allocation of tickets, and once a ‘Wave’ sells out, the ticket price moves up to the next wave, and so on.

For 2021 we are making more Day Ticket available the lower priced Waves, but do be quick, in 2020 many of the concerts were sold out in the first day of on-sale!

The best way to secure your ticket, at the cheapest price is to book as soon as possible. View our TIPS below.

Day Tickets are available as General Admission (entry into the General Admission area), The Garden (entry into the VIP Garden), or for the ultimate experience The Lounge (entry into the VIP Lounge).

All Day Tickets for 2021 will be issued as Digital Tickets.

Prices for Day Tickets vary per concert, and ticket prices will be available from Ticketmaster.co.uk when they go on sale.

Ticketmaster.co.uk and Lowther Pavilion is the ONLY authorised seller of Day Tickets. Don’t be fooled by websites like Viagogo or Stubhub claiming to sell tickets for the Festival. These are re-sale websites whereby people re-sell a ticket they purchase directly from us. Often the sellers are speculatively selling (i.e. they haven’t actually bought the ticket from us) and they are often way above market value.

 

Paying for and spreading the cost of your tickets

There will be a few ways to pay for your tickets, either Credit/Debit Card, Paypal or spread the cost of your tickets with KLARNA

KLARNA allows you to spread the costs in 3 interest free installments or finance the tickets for up to 12 months. KLARNA will be offered at the checkout as a payment plan

VIP high value tickets will also have the option of deposit and instalment payments, again this will be offered as an option at the checkout.

Ticket Buying TIPS

The Pass goes on sale from 7pm on Sunday 25th October and day tickets from 8am on Friday 30th October, here’s our best tips on how to get yourself prepared for the on sale!

  1. Have a look at what tickets you would like to buy! You can find all the information on the different tickets on the website. Do your research so you’re ready to go!
  2. Register for a Ticketmaster account if you haven’t already got one. This will make the process smoother if you are already signed into your account. You can sign up for an account HERE  
  3. Be ready when tickets go on sale. You can search for the event on Ticketmaster’s website and you will see a countdown clock on the event page and be ready for the on-sale.
  4. At busy times a queuing system will be in place online. Don’t refresh the page when you’re in the queue as it will send you back to the beginning

The earlier you get your tickets, the better the price you’ll get!

GOOD LUCK AND SEE YOU THERE!

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