The Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod will be holding another community meeting on Monday 4 December 2023 at St Collen’s Community Hall at 7pm. The hybrid session will be an opportunity to provide an update on the 2024 concert programme, answer questions about their plans for next summer, and to invite residents to join the growing team of volunteers.

It will take place on the same day the Eisteddfod announces its evening concerts for the core Eisteddfod week, which takes place from Tuesday 2 to Sunday 7 July 2024. The Eisteddfod has been one of the highlights of Wales’ busy cultural calendar since it was launched in 1947 to promote peace through song and dance. This is the third community meeting since the summer providing information to the local community.

Since the Eisteddfod announced the partnership with Cuffe and Taylor, they have announced numerous gigs before and after the core Eisteddfod week, which will see the likes of Manic Street Preachers, Suede, Paloma Faith, Nile Rodgers, Jess Glynne and Kaiser Chiefs heading to North Wales next summer. Organisers will announce their full concert series for 2024 on Monday 4 December, before bringing the community together for the public meeting.

Vice Chair Chris Adams said: “It is vital for us to communicate at every level with Llangollen and wider community. There is a real sense of excitement about next year’s Eisteddfod so why not bring our community together on the day we announce our concert programme. The Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod has promoted peace through music and dance since 1947. Like any other Eisteddfod, we have had to adapt to challenges and that is why we are delighted to be working in partnership with Cuffe and Taylor. The aims and ethos of our unique Eisteddfod remain and we can’t wait for the Summer. It is important to us that residents have the chance to ask us questions and take advantage of their chance to jump the queue to buy the hottest tickets in North Wales this Summer.”