Hozier, Madness and James will join the Courteeners in headlining the Lancashire festival next year.
The Festival will take place on the iconic Lytham Green from Wednesday 3rd July through to Sunday 7th July.
Irish singer-songwriter Hozier, known for his hit single ‘Take Me To Church,’ which landed 2nd in the UK Singles charts in 2014, will headline the Wednesday, with support from American vocalist Britney Howard and rock band Lord Huron.
Friday will see Manchester icons, The Courteeners take to the stage, best known for the song ‘Not Nineteen Forever,’ released in 2008.
They’ll be joined by special guests Nieve Ella and The Kooks, as announced earlier this month.
The Saturday Night lineup, which has often featured 80s icons, will continue that trend when Madness return to the Green to perform a range of hits which are likely to include ‘Our Hours’ and ‘Baggy Trousers’.
They’ll be joined by Rick Astley, who previously performed at Lytham Proms back in 2012, and The Lightning Seeds.
Football fans will be familiar with their hit ‘Three Lions’ (It’s Coming Home).
The Festival will be brought to a close on Sunday with big performances from rock band James, who make their Lytham Festival debut. They’ll be joined on stage by Orca22 Orchestra and Manchester Inspirational Voices Choir.
Lytham Festival co-founder Peter Taylor said: “We love to announce the lineup for Lytham Festival and once again, I am delighted we are going to bring an eclectic mix of artists to Lytham Green next summer.
“From the opening night with Hozier to closing with James, and Courteeners and Madness in between, there really is something for everyone. Mixed with that is a list of amazing special guests and support artists who will appeal to a wide range of music fans and make for very different but equally as brilliant nights.”
Tickets are available here.