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High Flying Birds soar over Lytham

“Someday you might find your hero”
If Noel Gallagher is your scene, then the place to look this year is Lytham Festival where you can rock out to your favourite nineties rock n roll superstar at the more than salubrious Lytham Green. Thursday 4 August, will see headlining act Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds kick off the increasingly popular music bonanza.

The concert is the first of Noel Gallagher’s in the resort for over twenty years; last time he played on the North West coast, was in 1995, during his Oasis days, on the very day the multi-million selling album ‘What’s the Story’ was released. So, this performance in August is an exciting and iconic moment for Lytham and for Gallagher.

The Festival is an event spread over a few days but this concert by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds is definitely going to set the stage on fire, with rhythmic beats and excellent guitar work. What more would you be planning for this evening, other than to witness your favourite rock/pop hero play Lytham Festival on Lytham green. Book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Tickets for this year’s Festival are on sale now, start at £45 each, and are selling like hot cakes so if you do not want to miss out on what is set to be Lytham’s music event of the year then book yours as soon as possible: At Ticketline or Ticketmaster
For more details about special purchase packages please visit www.lythamfestival.com

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