There are so many Music and Arts Festivals in North Wales during May this year you’ll be spoiled for choice.
Here are two you won’t want to miss if you are a music and arts enthusiast.
This festival has something for everyone with talented local musicians and artists, as well as those from all over Britain and international performers too.
Jazz, classical music, choirs, orchestras, harps, pianos, recitals and poetry are just some of the performances you can enjoy here.
There is also a craft fair and wine connoisseurs can participate in wine tasting. Kids can get involved in the Children’s workshops.
Taking place at the Beaumaris Leisure Centre on Anglesey, you can purchase tickets there or online by clicking Gwyl Beamaris Festival. For more details about the event call 01248 811200
A great day out for all the family, Rhuddfest Music Festival is a celebration of local musicians. Artists and bands come from all over Wales. There’s plenty of food and drink on offer, an artisan market and lots of things for the children to become involved.
It’s cheaper to buy tickets online at £8. If you leave it until you get to the gate it will cost £12.50. For more information click on Rhuddfest Music Festival
Featuring totally different types of artists, the Conwy Real Ale Trail involves a bus journey and sampling 50 real ales. Most are locally produced. Sampling means tasting, not drinking 50 pints!
If you’d like to participate in this event you’ll be driven to a variety of hostelries. They have been chosen for the quality of their real ale and their hospitality.
Shuttle buses run from 11am until 11pm. Purchasing tickets online is more economical at £12. It’s £3 more if you pay on the bus. For more details click on Conwy Real Ale Trail
Keep an eye on the Sirior Bach Caravan Park blog for more Music and Arts Festivals in North Wales plus other events coming up in May 2017.