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Tickets selling fast for The North Wales Choral Festival!

This winter Llandudno will welcome back the much loved North Wales Choral Festival for the 29th year! The festival will return to Venue Cymru from the 4 – 6 November for a jam packed weekend that any choral lover will not want to miss. We had a record breaking amount of choirs enter this year and have over 50 choirs travelling from near and far to be with us.

The Festival Schools Day will kick start our weekend off on the Friday from 9:30am, with junior and senior schools from all over North Wales competing and taking part in a workshop.

Saturday will then bring you three competitions starting from 10am; Male Voice, Youth and Ladies. Where it will be up to our three adjudicators (Paul Davies, Robert Elliott and Dr Vivien Pike) to decide on 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

Saturday will welcome choirs from all over the UK but we also have a few travelling VERY far to be with us… We have Górniczy Chór Męsk (Male Miner’s Choir) from Poland joining us for the Male Voice competition. Then entered into the youth competition are Canzona from Poland and Young Voices from Holland. We can’t wait to give all our international choirs a huge Welsh welcome!

Saturday night and the choirs still have more to give as we present our Festival Celebration Concert; the concert will see eleven choirs that are competing throughout the weekend enjoy themselves without the eyes of the judges on them! Starting at 8pm this gives everyone chance to catch Llandudno’s spectacular firework display along the promenade beforehand!

Onto the Sunday and it’s time for some more competitions starting from 10am; Just For Fun, Barbershop and Mixed. Another busy day of competitions with choirs travelling from all over the UK and some coming overseas from Ireland!

The choirs obviously have lots of fans as tickets are selling fast! So 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: Tickets 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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