Thursday 7th July – Pavilion Day tickets

Please note: Site open for school groups only from 8:30am.
The site will open for members of the public and ticket holders from 10.30am until 10.00pm.
Your allocated seat will be available in the Pavilion arena for the Young Peacemakers Awards and afternoon competitions from 12:00pm.

Full Price – £16
Child Price – £6
(Booking Fees apply)

Pavilion Day tickets include full access to the grounds and a reserved seat in the Pavilion for daytime competitions.

Will you need parking? You can also book your parking space for £5.00 when purchasing your tickets.  This can be added to your basket during the booking process. This is an all-day ticket from 8:00am.

Day Concerts

Children’s Day (Pre-booked school groups only)

An enjoyable day for children and an educational outing which meets many requirements of the National Curriculum; linking awareness of global citizenship and culture with a positive and memorable experience.

Competitions

(Please note these are subject to change and timings will be added in due course):

The first full day of competitions is not to be missed as children’s choirs and children’s folk dance groups take centre stage. We also feature the WCIA Young Peacemakers Awards.

Young Peace Makers Awards – celebrating young people who have contributed to peace and global citizenship in their school, youth group, local community or overseas in a variety of ways.

Junior Children’s Choirs – This children’s choir competition is for singers aged 12 and under. They will be singing a contrasting programme of up to 6 minutes, which will include an arrangement by a living composer.

Children’s Traditional Folk Dance – This competition is for groups under the age of 16. They will be showcasing folk dance traditions from their own culture. They will have musicians and flag-bearers. No pre-recorded music is used for this competition.

Senior Children’s Choirs – This competition is for choirs aged 12-18. They will be performing a contrasting programme of up to 8 minutes, which will include a work or arrangement by a living composer.

Children’s Choir of the World – In celebration of the fantastic standard of choral singing achieved by children and young people at the Eisteddfod, we have introduced a special trophy just for children’s choirs. The winner will receive an International Trophy and £500; the most inspiring conductor will receive £200. Prize money and trophy donated by Dr & Mrs Rhys Davies in memory of their son Owen Davies.