North Wales Summer Event
With summer just around the corner, there will be plenty of things to do so that you can enjoy the sunshine, and North Wales has more than enough on offer to get you out and about, whether you’re a first time visitor to the area, or it’s a regular summer haunt for you and the family.
When you visit North Wales, there really is something for everyone to enjoy and during the summer months, there is no one likely to be left out of the fun. With events held throughout July and August, you can be sure there will be a variety of option for a summer break. Add that together with beautiful coastlines, sandy beaches, historic gems and fabulous culture spots and North Wales becomes the ideal place for a summer holiday.
Events throughout July
Starting on the 2nd July until the 14th, the Gower festival is ideal for those that have a passion for music. Taking place at different ancient churches in the area, a host of international talents will play acoustic music, with 2018’s focus on marking the end of the First World War.
Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod:
From the 3rd until the 8th July the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod festival is taking place. Another one for lovers of music and also dance, this lively event is jammed packed full of music and folk dance acts from all over the world. Celebrating peace and international friendship this event will host around 4,000 performers including some famous faces, such as Katherine Jenkins.
The 6th of July is the start of the Gemau Cymru, a sporting event focusing on young people. The multi-sport event will take place across different locations and enable young people to participate in activities at a place that showcases Olympic, Paralympic, and Commonwealth sports.
British Speedway Grand Prix:
The British Speedway Grand Prix is being held at The Principality Stadium on the 21st of July. This exciting event pulls out all the stops and offers a night and performance to remember, providing entertainment for the entire family.
The Royal Welsh Show:
The Royal Welsh Show is taking place across four days from the 23rd July. It’s one of the biggest agricultural events taking place across Great Britain and offers plenty of family-friendly fun. With dozens of activities from crafts to sports, not to mention animals and daily entertainment and displays, The Royal Welsh Show is one event you don’t want to miss.
Events throughout August
The Snowman Triathlon:
Taking place on the 4th and 5th August in Snowdonia National Park, the Snowman Triathlon will consist of a sprint, swim and cycle race for competitors and the event also provides entertainment, races, and activities for children to join in.
Llangollen Faery Festival:
Held in the stunning Dee Valley, Llangollen Faery Festival is the perfect fun-filled event for children and also great fun for adults. Taking place on the 12th-13th of August, this magical event provides entertainment for the entire family with, face painting, craft workshops, storytelling, craft and food stalls and also a vintage fair. With live music and entertainment, adults can dance the night away while getting lost in the magic of this event.
Rock The Park Music Festival:
Lovers of rock music flock to the rock the park music festival in their thousands to listen to talented tribute acts perform music classics. With two main stages, silent disco, all night dance tent, fun fair, food, and stalls, it’s something the whole family can enjoy. The festival takes place on the 18th and 19th August.
The B.E.A.T.S festival is a community run event showcasing local talent with musical performances throughout the day. A family friendly offering held on 26th August, visitors can experience live entertainment and stalls throughout the day.
With everything that North Wales has to offer one day just isn’t enough, so if you want to make the most of your trip why not consider booking space at one of the caravan parks in North Wales to ensure that you get the most out of your break away.