After a successful 2023 event, Music In The Park won the Small Event category at the Lancashire Tourism Awards.Advertisement
The annual awards recognise the success and achievements of Lancashire’s tourism and hospitality organisations in a wide range of categories.
Music In The Park attracted over 3,000 visitors in 2023, with the 2024 event set to be even bigger, with headline acts including Billy Ocean, Jason Donovan, Heather Small and many more.
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Leader of South Ribble Borough Council, Councillor Paul Foster, said: “We are delighted to have won a Lancashire Tourism Award for Music In The Park in the small event category.
“The win is a huge achievement for the borough of South Ribble and shows just what we can achieve.
“Music In The Park is a relatively new event, initially taking place in 2022, being the first of its kind in the borough.
“The success of the event has gone from strength to strength and has brought new visitors from far and wide to see how amazing our borough is.
“I’d like to say a huge thank you to all of the officers that make Music In The Park, the great event that it is, to the people of South Ribble and beyond for supporting us to provide these fantastic opportunities to showcase South Ribble.”
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This comes as all VIP tickets for the 80s and 90s music spectacular have sold out but general admission tickets are still available.
Tickets for Music In The Park 2024, taking place on Sunday 26 May are on sale now here.
Councillor Foster said: “To know that we have sold out of VIP tickets, with nearly four months before the event just shows its increasing popularity.
“With nearly 1,000 VIP tickets sold it’s absolutely clear to see that a combination of a beautiful setting in Worden Park and bringing together some of the biggest names in pop is a really iconic and sought after event”
Tickets are available to purchase for £50 (plus a £4 booking fee).
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