Win two tickets to see the Human League at Lytham Festival

Date published: 31 May 19

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

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 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, with tickets on sale now from www.lythamfestival.com

Win tickets to see The Human League

The Human LeagueWe have a pair of tickets to give away to the opening night when electronic new wave band The Human League will launch the festival in Lancashire’s leafy Lytham on Wednesday 10 July.

Since the release of their first album Dare back in 1981 The Human League have continued to enjoy worldwide success. They’ve had four Top 10 albums and eight Top 10 singles in the UK as well as two US Number 1 singles, and sold 20 million records across the globe.

They will be supported at Lytham Festival by Voice of M People Heather Small with pop-rock band China Crisis opening the show.

How to enter

Simply tell us in the Comments box below who your favourite singer or band is from the 80s and any special memories you have of seeing them live. Our esteemed panel of judges will select the best entry to win the two tickets. The winner will be notified on 1st July and the tickets cannot be transferred or exchanged.

Read more about Lytham Festival www.lythamfestival.com


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  • Meryl
    7 days ago
    I went to see Status Quo at Hereford Teacher Training College and the highlight was sitting and chatting to them in the bar afterwards.
  • office3342
    10 days ago
    Definitely Blondie who I have seen live several times. My special memory is when our son Alex came along to Brixton Academy and had to confess that he really enjoyed their live performance too along with the "old folk"
  • Jarvo1234
    12 days ago
    Going to see Status Quo on their 1+9+8+2 concert at Norwich football ground, was fantastic, they were at their best and were the (mainly) original team. Just getting out after the concert, took 21/2 hours!
  • jdean59
    12 days ago
    I have happy memories of listening to The Police in the university bar in the early 80's.
  • AprilRose
    13 days ago
    I had beautiful long blonde hair as a teenager in the early eighties, then I fell in love with The Human League... I asked my friend to give me a Phil Oakley hair cut and it was fabulous. Unfortunately my mum didn't think so, she grounded me for a month. Happy days.
  • you
    13 days ago
    Have never had the opportunity to attend a 'pop' concert.....always busy attending children and grandchildren concerts etc
  • gossboss
    13 days ago
    Truly great band and still want to perform to their best.
  • papa_smurf
    13 days ago
    my first concert that got me up out of my chair was status quo but the best concert of the 80 was the stones at Knebworth
  • CPS
    13 days ago
    One of my fav Bands from yesteryear !
  • MeMyselfI
    14 days ago
    What a great prize ! I am up for that.
  • poolepirate
    14 days ago
    Was living and working in the Sheffield area when Human League started up n would love to see them live.
  • AndrewP
    15 days ago
    We went to see Joe Jackson in a gentle little gig in Manchester. As he realised the audience was singing along with all the songs, he thanked us and said that made him happy, a lovely evening.
  • Jonv
    16 days ago
    Human league have seen them many times but a lovely evening concert after Wolverhampton races stands out in my memory when a “bob howler” (Black Country name for a large moth) caught in my hair “don’t you want me babbie!”
  • xxxxxx
    17 days ago
    My favourite band from the 80s is the Human League, of course. But have never seen them live, unfortunately.