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G4 Headline The 2024 Summer Proms At Lytham Hall

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This year’s Proms concert at Lytham Hall will take on a slightly different format, as the Hall takes over the full organisation of the event. The date for the popular Summer event is Sunday 25th Aug 2024 with a 3.00 p.m. start.

A spokesperson for the Hall has today (Monday 19th February) announced. ‘The last three years have been organised by Cuffe and Taylor – but with the experience and skills on offer from Lytham Hall, it has been decided we have the confidence to take it on ourselves.

The hugely popular quartet G4 will top the bill, as they celebrate 20 years since their X Factor success. The group have sold more than 2 million albums and have become one of the most successful finalists of the ITV show.

G4 will be supported by one of England’s leading and best-known sopranos Laura Wright, accompanied by her guitarist John Bailey. Laura’s career has been immensely successful with a reputation that has crowned her “Queen of Anthems”. She has opened the Invictus Games in Sydney, Rugby World Cup, British Grand Prix, Diamond Jubilee concert and enjoyed a No 1 chart position on Gary Barlow’s “Sing” album.

The event will once again be hosted by popular BBC Radio Lancashire presenter Graham Liver whose wit and charm is always a crowd pleaser.

There will be an array of further support artists, while the audience settle in to the afternoon with their picnics, strawberries and champagne.’

Cuffe and Taylor co-founder Peter Taylor said: “To have seen Lytham Hall rise from the ashes over the last few years has been a joy to watch. The team are committed, passionate and completely capable of taking the Proms event forward and we will always be there to help guide and advise whenever they need us.

“Cuffe and Taylor is proud to support this great charity and to have helped raise funds for the continued restoration of this significant heritage asset. ‘The Proms’ has always belonged to the people of Lytham, and Daniel Cuffe & I are proud to have been the custodians of it for the past 14 years. With the evolution of Lytham Festival, we felt that Lytham Hall was the natural progression as the host venue. We feel comfort that the Proms will continue at Lytham Hall and believe it will be a great success under the new custodians.

The show will finish at 7.30pm, allowing everyone to leave the parkland during daylight. The stage will be positioned across the front of the Hall itself, facing the huge East Lawn. This will make a superb backdrop and allow for further parking onsite. We also hope to have the new paddock carpark in operation by then, which will be reinforced by a mesh surface, allowing the grass to grow through so as not to spoil the landscape.’

There will also be a limited number of tickets for the VIP Marquee on sale which includes a special Champagne Afternoon Tea and reserved seats at the front of the stage. BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE – www.seaty.co.uk/lythamproms

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