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Tickets Now On Sale!

We are thrilled to announce that all tickets for The North Wales Choral Festival are now on sale! That’s right, anyone wanting to secure themselves a space for this year’s festival can now get purchasing.

We have a jam packed choral weekend with the Festival Schools Day kicking things off on the Friday from 10am. Saturday will then bring you three competitions starting from 10am; Male Voice, Youth and Ladies. Then another three competitions on the Sunday starting from 10am; Just For Fun, Barbershop and Mixed. As well as all of those competitions we will have the Festival Celebration Concert at 7:30pm full of choirs ready to wow you.

To make sure you don’t miss a thing, day passes are available for all three days of the competitions. For Friday’s competitions (Senior and Junior) a day pass will cost adults £9 and children £4.50. Then for Saturday’s competitions (Male Voice, Youth and Ladies) and Sunday’s competitions (Just for Fun, Barbershop and Mixed) a day pass will cost adults £13.50 and £7.50 for children. However; if you just have your eye on one category tickets are £6 per category for adults and £3 per category for children.

Tickets are also available for our Festival Celebration Concert priced at £12 for adults and £6 for children.

Tickets can be found on our website here: Missing Link or you can give the box office a ring on 01492 872000. Please note that day passes are only available over the phone or from the box office at Venue Cymru.

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