Headline acts for Leyland’s Music in the Park 2023 revealed


Crowd at Music in the Park

The headline acts for Music in the Park 2023 in the beautiful setting of Worden Park have been revealed.


The Leyland event will be hosted by Brother Beyond’s Nathan Moore and will return on Bank Holiday, Sunday 28 May.

Families, partygoers and friends will get a hit of 80s and 90s nostalgia with appearances from Bananarama, Peter Andre, Bad Manners, The South, Nik Kershaw, Boyz on Block (with a special guest) and Deco.

Also, back by popular demand, is Pat Sharp who will be on the decks spinning tunes.

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Pat Sharp at Music in the Park
Pat Sharp at Music in the Park

Councillor Paul Foster, Leader of South Ribble Borough Council said, “Wow, look at that line up. It’s going to be such an incredible night.

“It was a dream for us to establish a music event in the borough and now that we’re back for the second year it’s incredible. Last year’s event completely surpassed all our expectations and thousands of you came along and danced the night away.

“We’ve listened to the feedback from this year and the next is set to be an even bigger and better event. If I were you, I’d get your tickets early”

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The full price tickets will be £40 for standard entry and £55 for premium tickets that enable fast-track entry, give access to upgraded toilets and a dedicated bar close to the stage, plus a VIP lanyard.

Councillor Foster said: “We have tried to keep the ticket costs down as much as possible to enable everyone to be able to come along and enjoy our fantastic line up.

“It’s also important to remember that while it’s a great stand-alone event, having this event in the borough year on year will be a great boost to our local economy and will encourage visitors from right across the region to South Ribble.”

Tickets are on sale at Music in the Park and you can now pay in instalments.

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