Live music has returned to the Lancashire coast as pop star Anne-Marie kicked off the opening night of the brand new WonderHall Festival.

Supported by Samantha Harvey, Gracey and Strictly star HRVY, crowd pleaser Anne-Marie stormed onto the stage with stunning pyrotechnics as she opened her set with Ciao Adios.

A string of hits followed including Birthday, current Little Mix collaboration Kiss My Uh Oh and number one Clean Bandit collab’ Rockabye, before closing the 75 minute set with 2002.

The parkland setting of WonderHall set against the backdrop of historic Lytham Hall will see six nights of live shows with headliners UB40, Tom Jones, Marc Almond, Russell Watson and Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra following the opening night with Anne-Marie.

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  • Thursday 26th: Ali Campbell’s UB40, Radio Riddler and Skarface.
  • Friday 27th: Tom Jones, AJ Brown and The Brand New Heavies.

  • Saturday 28th: Marc Almond, DJ Fubar, Sonia, Touch of Pearl, Steve Norman and The Sleevz, The Fizz, The Coustics, The Real Thing, Heaven 17, Hugh Cornwell.

  • Sunday 29th: Russell Watson, The Heart of England Philharmonic Orchestra, Mark Kingswood, Emily Haig, Lytham Community Choir.

  • Monday 30th: Jools Holland, Marisha Wallace, Ruby Turner, Lytham St Anne’s Shanty Crew, Eddi Reader and Louise Marshall.

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