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Tickets now on sale for 2018’s North Wales Choral Festival!

This year’s North Wales Choral Festival is going to be very exciting! From November 2 – 4 we have a weekend packed full of amazing concerts and competitions. And tickets are available to purchase now!

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The festival opens with our Friday night concert featuring Only Boys Aloud & Welsh National Opera’s Samantha Hay, with the competitions taking place throughout Saturday and Sunday. The Festival Celebration Concert will take place on Saturday night, featuring performances from a variety of choirs competing over the weekend.

Friday Category
2 November 2018
North Wales Choral Festival presents Only Boys Aloud and Welsh National Opera's Samantha Hay

Saturday Category
3 November 2018
Male Voice
3 November 2018
3 November 2018
Just for Fun / Mixed (Class 3/over 40 members)
3 November 2018
Festival Celebration Concert

Sunday Category
4 November 2018
Just for Fun / Mixed (Class 4/under 40 members)
4 November 2018
Barbershop Style
4 November 2018

Tickets for the Friday night concert are £15 for adults and £7.50 for children and the Festival Celebration Concert will cost £13 for adults and £6.50 for children. Competition tickets are £6.50 per category for adults and £3.50 per category for children. We also have day passes available for all three days of competitions. Day passes for Saturday and Sunday are £15 for adults and £7.50 for children. *Timings for each category will be confirmed nearer the event.

Tickets can be purchased over the phone (01492 872000), from the Box Office in Venue Cymru and online here.

Please note that day passes are only available over the phone or from the box office at Venue Cymru.

Competing choir members get to watch their category for free but if you’re bringing along family, friends and fans then make sure they book ahead to avoid disappointment!

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