North Wales is a brilliant place to come and enjoy the sunshine, its no wonder its such a popular location to hold events. There are some exciting events coming this summer! We’ve put together a list of our pick of events to hit up when the sun is shining. Don’t miss out on these exciting days out!
25- 26 May 2019
This awesome festival is designed to be perfect for the whole family. You will be very relieved to hear that this year’s lineup features music from Eliza & the Bear on Saturday as well as Toploader bringing the festival to a close on the Sunday. There are also some fantastic live acts from the likes of The Montagues, Blue Nation, Hedge Gods, Hourglvss, Terry and the Supercools and much more. It’s the perfect mix of internationally famous bands and local talent, all wrapped up in grassroots, family friendly package.
Prestatyn Classic Car Show
27th May 2019
Come and witness a stunning selection of premium classic cars, of all shapes and sizes. Those of you who are interested in the automobiles of yesteryear this is a real treat! This is a free classic car show for the car enthusiast or a family day out with the children – there’s something for everyone.
Llandudno Jazz Festival
July 26 2019 to July 28 2019
Time to get jazzy! It’s that classic, musical event that comes once a year – the Llandudno jazz festival is a now UK famous festival within the Jazz community which features a series of concerts spanning over the period of three days
Artists confirmed for the 2019 lineup includes the likes of Zoe Raman, Tony Kofi (With Alina Bzehehinska, Sara Oschlag and Ian Shaw), accompanied by the Dave Newton Trio. As well as the high-brown jazz fest for the enthusiasts.
St Asaph Dawn Walk
7th July 5:00am -9:00am
The St Asaph Dawn Walk raised over £110,000 over the past 8 years. the 10km walk starts and finishes at St Asaph cathedral. Entry is open to ages 10 and above. The walk takes place at the crack of dawn and is in aid of St Kentigern Hospice.
The event is £10 if you’re going to collect your own sponsorship, £25 if not.
Last year determined fundraisers trekked along Mount Road and then over through Rhuddlan Nature Reserve, where they were treated to wonderful nature and wilderness views and stunning vista. Of course, all this is especially beautiful during the golden twilight hour of dawn, with a spectacular sunrise peeking out through the clouds above. upon returning participants are treated to a hot drink. Those who want to get involved with this wonderful charity funding event need only follow this link
Open Climb Snowdon
21 July 2019,
£35 per person
This is a full day’s out walking up Snowdon, using the Pyg Track up and Llanberis Path Down. The full route is approximately 9 miles in total.
Never been up Snowdon, but always wanted the chance to try it? Lacking people to go with, or even just looking for an occasion or event to just get you going? Well this is the perfect opportunity. This is a chance for those who have always wanted to climb Snowdon but have never had the chance or don’t have anyone to go with. It’s also a fantastic opportunity to get to know people with similar interests.
In other news, Paddocks Lodge Park Phase 2 development is in full swing & almost complete. There are still some plots available for viewing – act fast!