28 Jun - 2 Jul
Lytham Festival, following a record breaking 2022, will return in 2023 from Wednesday 28th June to Sunday 2nd July. First headliners announced for Lytham Festival are Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard, who will play a DOUBLE-HEADLINING show at the final night of the festival on Sunday 2nd July 2023 as part of their WORLD TOUR.
Headliners have varied massively over the years ranging from the likes of Billy Ocean, Tom Jones, Faithless and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds to Bryan Adams, Hacienda Classical, Nile Rodgers and CHIC and Madness.
Alongside those headliners have been spectacular picnic Proms-style concerts attracting classical and musical theatre royalty including Lea Salonga, Ramin Karimloo, Michael Ball, Sheridan Smith, Alfie Boe, Collabro and Jodie Prenger.
Lytham Festival prepares to enter a new decade and 2023 will see five nights of live music light up Lytham Green once again. This tranquil beauty spot is normally reserved for dog walkers, kite flyers and family picnics, but for one week each summer it is transformed into a buzzing live music hub, as artists from across the globe perform to crowds of up to 20,000 people a night.
Lytham Festival 2023 Lineup
Lytham Festival 2023 Tickets
4-Day & 5-Day Passes from £199.00 (€231.50) are on sale:
The city of Lytham offers a wide range of accommodation options. Book your stay for Lytham Festival using the map below or visit booking.com
Parking is available and tickets can be purchased online here
There will be more frequent buses, which will run later during the festival.
Lytham is well connected by rail in the UK. From London Euston Station take the train to Preston Station (2h 8 min journey) and from there take the train to Lytham Station (18 min journey). The venue is 750 meters away.