Lytham St Annes Proms takes at Lytham Green, Lytham St Annes, in Lancashire from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd August 2014.
Friday: The 80's v 90's with ABC, Blue, Heather Small, Hue & Cry, Howard Jones, Atomic Kitten, The Christians, B*Witched, China Crisis, & Captain Sensible.
Saturday: headliner Tom Jones
Sunday: It has been announced that the 2014 event will follow a slightly different format, with the ‘Last Night of the Proms’ concert now moving to the Sunday evening with the Halle, with Halle, Michael Ball, Lesley Garrett, Rhydian Roberts, Kerry Ellis, and Tenors Of Rock.
A weekend ticket is priced at £99, a child (aged under 14 years) ticket is priced at £49, with children aged under 5 years allowed free entry (must be booked with an Adult Ticket).
As well as music the event will offer art installations, karaoke, spoken word, croquet, yarn-bombing, fine booze and food. Admission into the arena. There is no seating provided. Customers must NOT bring their own seating.
In 2013 there will be a dedicated disabled viewing area and car park adjacent to the concert area. Please ensure that you have a current Blue Badge in order to access the Disabled Car Park. Wheelchair guests will be charged the general admission price, plus a complimentary carer's ticket will be offered. A maximum of 1 wheelchair guest and 1 carer per booking is allowed on the platform in order that they accommodate all guests. Please note access to the platform is only permitted to those who book a disabled tickets and not general admission tickets. Guests who have a Blue Badge but do not require the disabled platform are not required to pre-book car parking. Follow the signs to the Disabled Car Parking and clearly display your Blue Badge.
Car parking is adjacent to the arena. The car parks open at 4pm (gates open 5pm). A Car par ticket is priced at £5.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
More information will be here when available.
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