News & Events

1st July      JO90

Jo90 band members have over 15 years experience performing at events all over the UK in front of thousands of people. Band members have shared a stage with artists such as Tom Jones, Feeder, Will Young, Super Furry Animals, Saw Doctors, Motorhead, The Commitments, Saxon, Funeral for a Friend and The Automatic.

7/8th July    Gwyl Nol a Mlan

Gwyl Nol a Mlan
I’r bar rhwng y môr a’r byd, ac i’r un rhwng y graig a’r machlud; rhwng pentref a llong hefyd,awn yn ôl a mla’n o hyd.[Ceri Wyn Jones] Gŵyl Gerddorol yn Llangrannog, AM DDIM. Music Festival in Llangrannog, FREE.

14,15,16 July  Beer Festival, Gwyl Cwrw

Local Ales and Ciders from breweries such as Mantle, Gwynt y Ddraig, Brains, Evan Evans and many more served all weekend along with entertainment from ‘Y Hwntws’ on Saturday evening.

15th July     Yr-Hwntws

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The group’s name HWNTWS denotes ‘South Walians’ and their repertoire is largely of traditional songs and music from Glamorgan and Gwent. Such is the respect of the HWNTWS for linguistic authenticity that they have reproduced the now almost extinct regional dialect of many of these songs — Gwentian.
The Tea Pad are five years into a remarkable story that began with four friends studying folk and traditional music at Newcastle University and now sees them playing clubs and dancehalls and festivals the breadth of the British Isles and into mainland Europe (there was even a brief trip to India last year). Based on Tyneside but with members hailing from Orkney to Warwickshire, the Tea Pad sound draws on myriad influences – from Bob Wills to Django Reinhardt, George Jones to Cab Calloway – yet ultimately sounds like nobody else, that North Eastern Swing style that’s utterly their own and changing all the time.

29th July:   Beach Boys Tribute Band

The Beach Boys Tribute Show for Surfing Sounds, Surf Rock & Sunshine Pop.
Good Vibrations have been playing together for a number of years, with an impressive history of gigs and experience behind them, both as a group and as individuals.

5th August:  Gypsy Kings

Andalus Band is the leading Tribute band dedicated to playing the music of the Gipsy Kings,and other internationally famous Latin Hits.
Andalus formed during the 1990´s throughout the revival of Flamenco music in Spain,and Latin and Worldwide music elsewhere,and since then have been in demand within the UK,throughout most of Europe,Middle East,West Africa,and the USA.

12th August:  The Aces

A 60’/70’s blues-rock band. With a former drummer of Shakin’ stevens that will be sure to get you dancing!!

19th August:  The Wee Bag Band


The Wee Bag Band’s raison d’être is to bring mad, bad, trad, popular and contemporary diddly, diddly IRISH / Celtic  music and song to the masses at pubs, clubs, doos ‘n festivals in North Wales, UK, infinity & beyond…… 
We must be hitting the notes in the right order as to date our music has take us to many parts of the world including the UK, France, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, USA, Cuba, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Honduras and even northern Greenland. (it was -32° there…!!!)

26th August:  Pop Gun


Popgun are the ultimate party band playing the biggest hits from the best decade in music; the 80’s.
Popgun have 40 years combined experience in the music industry and 5 years together as a group and in that time we have played everywhere from small venues to prestigious places like the O2 arena, Stoke Park House and the Ritz Hotel in London. Regardless of the size of the room the size of the show doesn’t change so if you are looking for a monster, high octane performance featuring the finest songs from the 80’s hit parade then look no further.

2nd September   Elliott Morris      

With hundreds of gigs behind him – and a coveted Danny Kyle Award from Celtic Connections 2013 – Elliott Morris has a formidable reputation as one of the hardest-working and most sought-after young artists on the acoustic scene.
The singer-songwriter, featured in Acoustic magazine as ‘The Next Big Thing’, taps the strings and beats the guitar’s body to create an intricate spectacle, together with an original and unique sound integral to his songs.
Half English, half Scottish and raised in Wales and Lincolnshire, Elliott has always been one to enjoy travelling, and this is evident in his almost constant touring schedule. He’s played all across the British Isles, from Orkney to Plymouth, Boston to Llangrannog, Belfast to Clonakilty.