Joining the headliners are:
- Katrina (formerly of Katrina and the Waves)
- Pat Sharp (DJ Set)
- Nathan Moore from Brother Beyond
- Angie Brown
- Bez (DJ Set) and Rowetta (Live)
Once again, the full-day festival will take place at Worden Park, Leyland on Sunday 26 May.
Although only in its third year, the Music in the Park event has recently been nominated in the best small event category at the Lancashire Tourism Awards.
Councillor Paul Foster, leader of South Ribble Borough Council said: “Music in the Park is getting bigger and better every year. It’s an incredible event and I’m so pleased we’re able to attract such brilliant performers to South Ribble.
“We expect tickets to sell really quicky, so don’t hesitate to buy and get our great early bird discount.”
Using data from last year’s event it has been revealed that that Music in The Park delivers almost £200,000 to boost the local economy.
Councillor Foster continued: “Not only does the event provide a day of entertainment for our ticket holders, but it also provides a great boost to our local area and our businesses.
“In 2023 many hospitality businesses benefitted from much-increased trade associated with this event and the wider events hosted over that weekend with Music in the Town taking place for the first time on Hough Lane, the day before Music in the Park.”
Almost 4,000 people visited South Ribble for the 2023 event, and tickets for the 2024 event are on sale now at www.musicinthepark.live/tickets.
Ticket prices are £40 for early bird, then £45, and general sale tickets are priced at £50 with VIPs at £70.
VIP tickets allow access to fast-track entry, a dedicated VIP area plus upgraded toilets and a souvenir lanyard.
Payment plans for general sale and VIP ticket options are available.