Diana Ross, Lewis Capaldi, Snow Patrol, Lionel Richie And Duran Duran have been announced as the headliners for next year’s Lytham Festival.
The five day English event, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2019, will head back to Lytham Green on the Lancashire Coast from June 30 – July 4, 2021.
Also performing across the weekend will be Jack Savoretti, Luke la Volpe, Kodaline, Jade Bird, TLC, and Gloria Gaynor, plus DJ sets from Adele Roberts and the Craig Charles Funk And Soul Show.
HERE IT IS… your Lytham Festival 2021 line-up! Joining us on The Green next summer: @DianaRoss, @LewisCapaldi, @snowpatrol, @LionelRichie and @duranduran! 🤩
5-day passes on sale NOW 👉🏻 https://t.co/h9HMhgXq02 🎉 pic.twitter.com/PLAyLkpeDm
— Lytham Festival (@LythamFestival) October 25, 2020
Tickets are on sale now and day tickets will go on sale at 8am this Friday, 30 October. You can find more information from the event’s official website.
Lytham Festival co-founder and director, Peter Taylor said: “Live music and entertainment is part of the beating heart of the UK and we plan to make Lytham Festival bigger and better than ever before for 2021.
“We have a line-up filled with world-class artists and really cannot wait for June 30th when can all celebrate together and return to Lytham Green.”
It comes after this year’s event was cancelled following the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2019, the event played host to Kylie Minogue, Rod Stewart, Stereophonics, The Human League , Michael Ball, Sheridan Smith, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Scissor Sisters singer Ana Matronic.
Meanwhile, Lewis Capaldi and Craig David are among the names on the bill for this weekend’s free gigs presented by McDonald’s. The fast food giant will play host to a weekend of live music, titled ‘I’m Lovin’ It Live’, taking place October 30 to November 1.
Becky Hill will kick things off on Friday (October 30) at 7.30pm BST, followed by Glynne at 9pm. Saturday (October 31) will see Kaiser Chiefs play at 7pm, followed by Olly Murs at 8pm, and David at 9pm.
Stormzy and Capaldi will close the weekend of shows with a streamed performance on Sunday, 1 November. Fans will be able to access the shows by downloading the My McDonald’s App – which is free – onto their mobile device and enabling notifications, so the app will alert people when the gigs are about to begin.