Please note this event also has it's own dedicated website
Please click here https://leightonlive.co.uk/ for up to date information about parking, food and drink, the schedule for the weekend and the bands and artists taking part. This is also where you can buy tickets.
Keep checking in, as this website is updated on a regular basis as plans for the event come to fruition.
The one-off festival, sponsored by Booths, will take place on the Queen’s Jubilee bank holiday weekend (Friday 3rd - Sunday 5th June), in the historic grounds of Leighton Hall.
With an incredible line up of live music, plus a premier regional street food and craft beer offering on site, the festival looks to be an event that's not to be missed.
Tickets are exclusively from Skiddle, please click the button below to buy online.
Friday 3rd June
UB40 featuring Ali Campbell
Supported by Reggae Roast ft Donovan Kingjay
Absolute pop reggae legends UB40, feat Ali Campbell, will open Leighton Live with some of their best-known hits from their string of chart-topping albums. Expect ‘Red Red Wine’, ‘I Got You Babe’, ‘(I Can’t Help) Falling In Love With You’ & ‘Kingston Town’ in front of the amazing Leighton Hall. This is going to be an epic, not to be missed night! Support comes from the Reggae Roast with lots more to be announced.
Saturday 4th June
Ministry of Sound Disco
Sister Sledge (live)
Dust off your dancing shoes as Ministry Of Sound are in town with their brand-new live show celebrating the very best in disco & house, performed by the sensational 15-piece Ministry of Sound Soul & Funk Band with some surprise guests yet to be announced.
Expect to dance the night away to some of the greatest music ever recorded including "Aint’ Nobody", "Music Sounds Better With You", "Le Freak", "I Feel Love", "One More Time", "Boogie Wonderland", "Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough".
Supporting them will be Sister Sledge, who return to Lancashire after their amazing sell out show at Highest Point Festival in 2019. Expect some hands in the air hits including ‘We Are Family’, ‘Lost In Music’, ‘He’s The Greatest dancer’ and loads more. Hacienda legend Graeme Park will be spinning some tunes along with Manchester’s Funkademia crew.
Sunday 5th June
The Halle Last Night Of The Proms Jubilee Picnic
The grand finale of Leighton Live is handed over to the beautiful Halle orchestra who bring their Last Night Of The Proms show to Lancashire. Joining them will be conductor Stephen Bell with very special guest soprano, Laura Wright. Of course there will be a huge firework crescendo to end an amazing weekend!