Lytham Festival: Everything you need to know

As Lytham Festival gets into full swing today, here is your four day guide to the event.

Thursday, 4th August 2016, 9:26 am
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 6:00 pm
Matt Cardle

Timetable for the four biggest days of Lytham Festival – who to see on all of the event stages.

TodayNoel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds in the Lytham Green Main Arena at 6pmMatt Cardle on the Pavilion Stage at 7pmBugalu Foundation on the World Jazz Stage at 7.30pmMiC Lowry on Stage Too at 7pm

Friday August 5Mix Tape featuring The Village People, Earth, Wind and Fire Experience, Bay City Rollers,Liberty X, Toploader, 911 and 5 Star in the Lytham Green Main Arena at 6pmLawson on the Pavilion Stage at 6.30pmFire Beneath The Sea on the World Jazz Stage at 7.30pmThe Heart of England String Quarter on the Church StageNathan Grisdale on Stage Too at 7pm

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Saturday August 6Bryan Adams with support from Dunwells in the Lytham Green Main Arena at 6pmTBC on the Pavilion StageDrum Workshop at 12pm and Drop The Floor at 7.30pm on the World Jazz StageHeart of England Chamber Orchestra on the Church Stage at time TBCRoom 94 on Stage Too at 7pm

Sunday August 7West End Proms featuring Lea Salonga, Ramin Karimloo, Collabro, Ruthie Henshall, Claire Sweeney, Jodie Prenger and Lucie Mae Sumner in the Lytham Green Main Arena at 5pmHeaven 17 on the Pavilion Stage at 6.30pm

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Residents reminded of traffic orders on main town’s roads for duration of concert evenings on Lytham Green

Residents are reminded of a series of road closures and restrictions granted to Lytham Festival organisers over the remainder of this week to support the event.

The restrictions finish on Sunday, and affect a number of streets in Lytham.

Lytham Festival Director Peter Taylor said: “The restrictions that have been granted help make the festival run smoothly and safely as always.”

The main road closure will be in force on Central Beach from its junction with Dicconson Terrace to South Beach’s junction with St John’s Street.

There will also be a one-way restriction in force on Bath Street from its junction with Clifton Street to Central Beach prohibiting vehicles from travelling south.

A diversion is in place for the duration of the closure which runs as follows: West Beach, Fairlawn Road, Church Road, Market Square, Clifton Square, Clifton Street, Warton Street and finishing on South Beach.

This diversion is reversed for traffic travelling in the opposite direction.Additionally, there will be restrictions in place for waiting, loading and unloading on Central Beach, Bath Street, Grosvenor Street, Warton Street and Clifton Street.

Festival teams will immediately start dismantling the arena following the Last Night of the Proms on Sunday.