Diana Ross, Lionel Richie, Lewis Capaldi, Duran Duran and Snow Patrol will headline Lytham Festival 2021. Lancashire’s biggest live music festival returns to Lytham Green from Wednesday 30 June to Sunday 04 July.
And as the full headliner line-up is revealed, five-day passes giving festival-goers access to all nights are on sale now. Individual tickets for each night will go on sale at 8am on Friday October 30.
Motown icon Diana Ross, who was booked for Glastonbury’s 50th Anniversary legends slot, will be Lytham Festival’s first headline act on Wednesday June 30. Read about Diana Ross’ journey to ‘legend’ status here.
Opening the show for Diana Ross on Wednesday June 30 will be a set from Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts, followed by singer-songwriter Jack Savoretti.
Thursday July 1 will see Lewis Capaldi headline the Main Proms Arena. Supporting Lewis will be young up-and-coming blues/rock and roll artist Luke La Volpe.
Snow Patrol are the Friday night headliners, with Jade Bird and Kodaline on opening duties.
Saturday night will see Lionel Richie headline as he performs hits from his extensive and much-loved repertoire spanning decades, all the way from the Commodores to the present day.
Craig Charles will open for Richie with a DJ set. Disco icon Gloria Gaynor will then take to the stage before a set from American girl group TLC, know for their famous hit ‘Waterfalls’.
Lytham Festival will close on Sunday July 4 with a headlining set from British music icons Duran Duran. Special guests for Duran Duran are yet to be announced.
Five day Passes for Lytham Festival are on sale now priced from £219. Individual tickets priced from £35 will go on sale at 8am Friday October 30.