Sunday 7 July 2019 – 2.00pm
Tickets: £49 / £45 / £39
Our phenomenal line-up for Llanfest 2019 will include The Fratellis, The Coral, The Pigeon Detectives and Dodgy, as well as live bands throughout the day on the outside stages from 2pm.
Tuesday 3 July 2018
The Eisteddfod opens with International Children’s Day, exclusively for schools. The Concert will feature the fantastic musical CACEN (CAKE) by Theatr Clwyd with their young Company age 4-16. The concert will also include performances from our international competitors and the delivery of the poignant Peace Message from Ysgol Dinas Brân.
Wednesday 4 July 2018
The Inclusion Project offers performances on the Globe Stage at 10:00am and the Main Pavilion Stage at 14.30pm. As part of the 10 years Celebrations, we look forward to inviting back groups onto the Globe Stage who have taken part in previous years. Listen out for music by Debussy in our Wednesday evening concert, and the performances by North Wales Opera Studio and Nico De Villiers and Melanie Jones on our outside stages.
Thursday 5 July 2018
On The Globe Stage listen to Lili Boulanger’s music with performances from North Wales Opera at 11:30 and 14:30. Then at night from 16:30 pm, Listen for Folk Music sessions with Chris Greve and Brenig, also special jazz performances with Sonya Smith and Grant Russell Quartet performing East Coast Jazz.
Friday 6 July 2018
On the field, listen out for music from North Wales Opera with arias from Bernstein’s famous musical West Side Story and opera for Candide 11:00am and 14:15pm. Followed by The International Parade, this spectacle of colour and sound is one for the highlights of the Eisteddfod week. Experience this free-to-attend event starting at 16:30pm on Friday 6 July from the Pavilion and moving in procession down through the town of Llangollen before returning back to the Eisteddfod site. Then you are welcome to follow and continue the celebrations into the evening with our £1 entrance Bands on the field till 19:45pm.
Saturday 7 July 2018
The programming on our outside stages today celebrates the community groups that strive to create a sense of togetherness through music. In the Harmony Centre, join Talk PANTS with NSPCC Cymru Wales with the help of their friendly dinosaur Pantosaurus, talking PANTS is a simple way to teach your child how to stay safe from abuse. Then into the evening from 16:30pm, listen to folk music sessions with Organic Lawn Management and Gleadhraich.