The North Wales Choral Festival is set to be a harmoniously good event, with some fantastic choirs coming from all over North Wales. The festival evolved from the original Sealink festival from many years ago into this current incarnation which is organised by Conwy County Borough Council, growing bigger and better every year. Originally only a one day event, before growing to 2, the event is now 3 days long! The festival also welcomes guests from all over Europe to witness the performances as well as participate.

Every year local and far flying acts bring a massive show to this lovely seaside resort, and this year is shaping up to be the best North Wales Choral Festival there’s been to date!

The festival offers choirs the opportunity to compete for cash prizes, this is done in 5 different categories; Youth, Male Voice, Ladies, Mixed and Barbershop. The choir festival also holds workshops for schools and evening concerts which feature pop music acts which all can enjoy!

The event aims to welcome all visitors to Wales, and give them a good taste of the local community. For this reason choirs will be performing in a wide range of venues all over the Victorian resort of llandudno. The main venue is Venue Cymru on Llandudno’s promenade; this has full wheelchair access and can easily be reached by going along the prom.

All kinds of choral acts are taking part this year, even the Lothian and Borders Police choir all the way from Scotland.

The event’s only £9 an adult for the weekend competition, £15 for a ticket for the Friday concert, and £10 for the Saturday concert.

Don’t miss this momentous event which is an absolute must-see for any fan of choral music! Promises to be a fun filled weekend of music and good times.

Do not miss out!

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