Rod Stewart, Kylie Minogue & more for the UK’s Lytham Festival


Lytham Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2019 with its biggest line-up ever. 

It is announced today that legendary rock star ROD STEWART, international pop star KYLIE MINOGUE, 80s synth-pop band THE HUMAN LEAGUE and HOLLYWOOD PROMS featuring SHERIDAN SMITH and MICHAEL BALL will take to the stage over five nights for Lytham Festival 2019.

The 10th Anniversary festival will take place in the Main Proms Arena on Lytham Green from Wednesday 10 – Sunday 14 July. And as four of the five headliners are revealed, five-day passes giving festival-goers access to all nights in the Main Proms Arena are on sale now.  Individual tickets to each night will go on sale at 9am Friday November 30th.

The first headliners will be electronic new wave band THE HUMAN LEAGUE on Wednesday July 10th. 

Globally celebrated superstar KYLIE will headline on Friday performing a series of career-spanning hits from her unparalleled back catalogue. Brit singer-songwriter SOPHIE ELLIS BEXTOR will support and Radio 2 DJ ANA MATRONIC will warm up the crowd.  While Saturday night will see legendary rock superstar ROD STEWART headlining with his unique voice and styling bringing a show which promises to be filled with both classics and new hits in his dazzling signature style. 

Lytham Festival will close on the Sunday with a glittering and dazzling HOLLYWOOD PROMS finale featuring a host of musical theatre stars. Headliners SHERIDAN SMITH and MICHAEL BALL are already confirmed with more names to follow. 

The Thursday night headliner will be announced before Christmas.

2019 is a massive year for Lytham Festival so we wanted to make sure we had a massive line-up. We have wanted to bring both Rod Stewart and Kylie Minogue to Lytham Festival for some time, so we are delighted they can both headline for our 10th anniversary year. To then also be welcoming the 80s legends that are The Human League, as well as Sheridan and Michael heading up what will be our Hollywood Proms night, is fantastic -Festival director Peter Taylor