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Llangollen Music Festival

Llangollen Music Festival

When & Where The Llangollen Music Festival is a Welsh music festival usually takes place around the second week of July in the village of Llangollen in Wales.

Evening Concert Performers

Katherine Jenkins - Opening Gala Concert - Monday 5 July

Karl Jenkins and Llŷr Williams - Tuesday 6 July

One World, one Stage - Wednesday 7 July

Shine with Bond - Thursday 8 July

Only Men Aloud - Friday 9 July

Choir of The World with the Cory Band - Saturday 10 July

Nigel Kennedy - Sunday 11 July

What to Expect Them Welsh sure like to sing ! Hundreds of classic and Opera musical acts from over 50 countries worldwide. Both song and dance is raised to an art form here. The music featured is very classical previous performers include Placido Domingo, Pavarotti, Barbara Dickson, Sir Willard White, Kiri Te Kanawa, Lesley Garrett, Bryn Terfel, Dennis O’Neil, James Galway and Montserrat Caballe and Blake. Also great renditions of The Welsh National Anthem and the James Bond Theme have been performed. There’s numerous competitions across 20 different categories and if you can chaecjk out the Final Sunday Evening Gala Concert.

Getting there Book a flight into Manchester or Liverpool International airport here or book a train in the UK here.

Accommodation in Wales

Where to stay Book your accommodation for the Eisteddfod music festival below. There's quality hotels or cheap accommodation in both Llangollen, Wales available here.

History Llangollen Eisteddfod Festival


This Welsh music festival has been on the world’s festival centre stage since 1947.

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