A North Wales Feast for all the Senses!

Conwy Feast

Thats right, the Conwy feast is just around the corner – and with it a great deal of fantastic grub and drink to indulge in as some of the greatest food producers in the country make their way to the ancient walled town of Conwy.

The Conwy Feast is now a firmly established date on the local North Wales calendar, with outstanding surroundings, the very finest of food and the best of company.

Whether you like street food from all over the globe or locally produced market food – it really is all here! There’s also some things to get hands on with such as – wine tasting sessions, and live kitchen demonstrations.

This is not just a feast for the tastebuds though friends, oh no, there will also be a fantastic spread of music, arts and crafts and entertainment.

A dedicated music tent will be established with live music all day longer! There’s something for everyone, with Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles (of Catfish and the Bottlemen Fame), False Alibi performing killer covers of all the classic tunes, and  Reggae Knights performing the best and greatest of Reggae tunes. You can also expect outstanding performances from big brass bands and male voice choirs.

There’s also an acoustic stage with a host of unplugged musicians such as Eve Goodman & Friends, Wil Williams & The Continentals, Sera a Suspects, Roger & The Secret, Courteous Thief, Lost Like Alice, Oes yr Arth a’r Blaidd.

Poetry and History activities and talks will also be taking place.

Fans of traditional crafts will be very pleased to hear that the quayside will play host to time-revered traditional crafters hard at work and sharing their artisan secrets.

This includes Willow basket weaving, hurdle making, timber framing, wood turning and wool crafts. I can’t think of a better place to learn about traditional crafts than Conwy!

 

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