McBusted will headline the main Proms Arena on Lytham Green stage on Saturday 8th August at this summer's Lytham Festival which takes place from Sunday 2nd to Sunday 9th August 2015.
Opening the event on Sunday 2nd August Rae Morris will headline the Pavilion. On Tuesday 4th August Rebecca Ferguson performs tracks from her record ‘Lady Sings The Blues’, a tribute album to Billie Holiday released in the year that would have seen her 100th Birthday.
Also taking to the Pavilion stage are Tenors Of Rock, and Scouting For Girls. The Pavilion stage will also host after-party events with Chicane appearing on Thursday 6th August as the official after party for Faithless, and Blackpool club night Adam and Eve hosting the official ‘80s VS 90s’ show after party.
Tickets for these new events go on sale at 9am on Tuesday 7th April, on the klink below.
Lytham Festival will also introduce camping for the very first time. Festival goers wishing to pitch up their tents can do so at Lytham Farm for just £10 per person for Wednesday until Monday. Campsite access is free for those holding a full weekend ticket.
Lytham Festival Director, Peter Taylor, said, "This latest announcement is very exciting for Lytham Festival, it’s the result of a lot of hard work and planning that is being channelled into the event’s development. Lytham Festival still has elements on the Proms as is evident in the A-list headliner we’ve added, McBusted. This night at Lytham Green will be soundtracked by hits people know and love and there will be a big party atmosphere.
"However, in Lytham Festival’s new form we have more locations and a wider breadth of artists, the result is yet more opportunities to see even more great music. Plus it can only be a good thing that one of these amazing talents, Rae Morris, is one of Lancashire’s very own. We’re proud to be bringing her and the other stars to one of Lytham’s landmark venues."
On Thursday 7th Faithless headline, and on Friday 8th Billy Ocean headlines the ‘80s V 90s’ themed night with support from Chesney Hawkes, Jimmy Somerville, East 17, Sinitta, Five, and Vengaboys. On Sunday 9th the theme of ‘Songs from Stage and Screen’ sees the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra joined by special guests Marti Pellow, Elaine Paige, Jonathan Antoine and Laura Wright
There will also be additional events including comedy, literature and even more music featuring at other venues across the town throughout the week.
Ticket prices start from £32.50.
There will also be additional events including comedy, literature and even more music featuring at other venues across the town running alongside the main arena on Lytham Green events over the course of the week will include both free and ticketed options.
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