Tickets for Yorkshire Vikings’ Vitality Blast match against Lancashire Lightning at Emerald Headingley have sold out for the seventh year in a row.

Hospitality packages are still available for this fixture, including a small number of Premium Tickets that have been released on the middle tier of the Emerald Stand. These seats are priced at £45 (including VAT) per person.


Mark Arthur, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club Chief Executive said: “We are delighted to announce that tickets have now sold out for the visit of Lancashire Lightning, the biggest game in T20 cricket.

“Vitality Blast sales are currently up by 33% year-on-year at Yorkshire, with an 18% increase of T20 Season Ticket holders. We are also expecting another bumper crowd for our opening Vitality Blast fixture against the Notts Outlaws on Friday 19th July.

“Although general admission tickets are sold out for Lancashire Lightning, there are still some incredible seats available in our various hospitality packages. Due to demand on tickets, we have also launched a small number of Premium Tickets on the Emerald Stand middle balcony. This boasts a stunning behind-the-bowler’s arm with the added comfort of padded seats.”

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