The Eisteddfod is making its annual return to Llangollen from the 9th to the 14th of July. This year, as always there is a massive collection of incredible performers from over 50 different countries from all over the world come together for a momentous event right here in North Wales. The tradition is a celebration of the Welsh culture and its artistic history, as well as an international carnival of nations!

The event kicks off with a parade into town on the 9th at 4:30pm, it’s free to attend, all you have to do is be at the field near the royal pavilion at the specified time. Afterwards you can feel free to talk to the performers. The parade is always amazing and absolutely must be attended to capture the spirit of the festival.

The festival is one of a kind, celebrating international music and dance, with live concerts including world renown talent, and exciting colour-filled spectacles of costumes and drama. An undoubtedly perfect way to spend just a day, or even an entire week of the Welsh summer. If the Welsh summer turns out to be just that; there are plenty of covered spaces in case it rains, so the elements wont ruin your amazing time.

Share a party atmosphere with thousands of other who have traveled far and wide to witness the full force of the festival.
To conclude, this eisteddfod is absolutely unmissable, and certainly one to remember.

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