Lytham Festival 2020

POSTPONED – Lytham Festival 2021

Lytham Festival began in 2009, organised by local company Cuffe and Taylor. Since then it’s grown to a big event, with big name acts each year.

Lytham Festival 2021

Sadly, Lytham Festival 2021 is postponed for a second time due to the Covid pandemic. The 2020 Festival was also cancelled because of coronavirus.

A number of 2021 acts will be back in 2022, including Lewis Capaldi, Snow Patrol, Duran Duran and Lionel Richie.

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Now rescheduled for 29 June to 3rd July 2022

Tickets will automatically be transferred to 2022, but you also have the option to cancel and get a full refund.

First night of Lytham Festival 2019 from Gregg Wolstenholme
First night of Lytham Festival 2019 from Gregg Wolstenholme

These images above (by Gregg Wolstenholme) and below (by Andy Green) show the scale of the event in 2019 on the seafront:

Sunset over Lytham Festival by Andy Green
Sunset over Lytham Festival by Andy Green

Lytham Festival 2019

In 2019 headline acts include the Stereophonics, Rod Stewart and princess of pop Kylie Minogue. The quality of the event attracts tens of thousands of people from all over the country. Lytham and the surrounding area is buzzing for the duration of the event!

Our friend Sue Massey captured the rest of these fly-on-the-wall photos of the effect that the event has on the town.

The stage is set and Thursday morning starts with grey skies…

Welcome to Lytham Festival. Photo: Sue Massey
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Parka Monkeys play Sounds in the Square in the town centre, before the gates open for Stereophonics.

Parka Monkeys performing in Lytham Square. Photo: Sue Massey
Parka Monkeys performing in Lytham Square.
Dancing along to Parka Monkeys in Lytham Square. Photo: Sue Massey
Dancing along to Parka Monkeys in Lytham Square.
Parka Monkeys audience in the Square. Photo: Sue Massey
Parka Monkeys audience in the Square.
Cafe Society in the Square. Photo: Sue Massey
Cafe Society in the Square.

The party’s over for the first night of the Festival 2019. A great time had by all and the rain stayed away!

Fireworks at the end of the first night of the Festival. Photo: Sue Massey
Fireworks at the end of the first night of the Festival. Photo: Sue Massey

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