From planes and trains to seaside fun and outdoor concerts, it’s all happening in the seaside town of Rhyl this season.
A packed events programme is already underway; a sea of 2000 pink clad runners completed the Race for Life on Sunday 15th June, the town played host to new event on the triathlon circuit on 1st June and a successful 2 day event celebrating the opening of the new harbour bridge took place at the end of May.
With a selection of free events on the calendar, you’d best get these gems in your diary;
Rhyl Beach Fest, 26th & 27th July
Championing all the very best of the seaside: Stomping live music, a cocktail bar that will blow your flip flops off, beach and water sports, sand sculpture and live music.
See you on the sand!
Proms on the Prom, 24th August
Following the success of last year’s event, Proms on the Prom is back!
On the stage:
The phenomenal musical theatre boy band and winners of Britain’s Got Talent 2014, Collabro are confirmed to headline the event.
We’re in for a treat from BGT 2013 finalists, Richard and Adam, back by popular demand with their breath-taking classical duet performances.
Internationally acclaimed opera and concert singer, Rhys Meirion takes to the stage.
Harp and piano combination, Piantel present a magical musical experience.
The wickedly funny and fantastically exhilarating, Graffiti Classics return to Rhyl for what will undoubtedly be another unforgettable performance.
Plus stunning award winning mezzo-soprano Sioned Terry treats us to her vocal delights.
Rhyl Air Show, 30th & 31st August
Rhyl Air Show has got bigger and better every year and 2014 brings us the 6th annual event with attractions and displays both in the air and across the whole of the Rhyl promenade.
The sensational Red Arrows celebrate their 50th display season and, sporting their newly designed union jack tail, will close the event on the Sunday.
Rhyl Air Show has also been selected as one of only 8 locations throughout the UK to host the BBC’s World War One at Home Tour. Including hands-on activities, performances and interactive sessions exploring the dramatic impact the war had on families and communities and helping people explore their own relatives’ links to the war.
With all this and more, Rhyl is definitely the place to be this season …. And the best bit? They’re all free!
For more information visit loverhyl.co.uk