THE final few remaining tickets for Lytham Festival's 10th anniversary extravagnza are now on sale.

Legendary rock star Rod Stewart, international pop star Kylie Minogue, indie rockers Stereophonics, 80s synth-pop band The Human League and Hollywood Proms featuring Michael Ball and Sheridan Smith will all take to the stage on Lytham Green over five nights for Lytham Festival 2019.

Elsewhere at the festival which runs from Monday until Sunday 14 July, there will be a BBC Music Introducing stage at Lowther Pavilion as well as some of Lancashire’s hottest up-and-coming music talent Blanket, Jekyll, Pip Hall, Nana White Pepper and Emily Rhodes will all perform.

And returning favourites The Mersey Beatles will present a special 50th anniversary tribute to the classic Abbey Road album at Lowther Pavilion on Tuesday July 9.

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Electronic new wave band The Human League open the festival’s main arena on Wednesday July 10. They’re supported by Voice of M People Heather Small with pop-rock band China Crisis opening the show.

The following night, Thursday 11, sees one of Britain’s biggest bands Stereophonics headlining with support from uber talented singer-songwriters Tom Grennan and Jade Bird.

Globally celebrated superstar Kylie will headline on Friday 12 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. Pop superstars Wet Wet Wet and blues rock guitarist Joanne Shaw Taylor will open the show.

Lytham Festival will close on the Sunday with a glittering and dazzling Hollywood Proms finale celebrating music from the movies. Headliners Michael Ball and Sheridan Smith are already confirmed with more names to follow.

Festival director Peter Taylor is thrilled with the line-up.

“2019 is a massive year for Lytham Festival so we wanted to make sure we had a massive line-up,” said Peter.

“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 Stereophonics, who are one of the biggest British bands of the last 20 years, 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.

“Every year is important but our 10th anniversary is such a significant milestone and we want to see everyone partying with us. We feel the line-up for 2019 is a celebration of all that we have done with Lytham Festival during the past 10 years which is to appeal to as wide an audience as possible.

“We will be welcoming globally renowned musicians and artists to Lytham once again and we can’t wait to see everyone there.”

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