Focus Wales Music Festival and Conference takes place from Wednesday 23rd until Saturday 26th April 2014 offering music, comedy and interactive happenings at various venues in the town centre of Wrexham, in North Wales.
(In alphabetical order) Aled Rheon, All We Are, Andrew Bellis, Aniara (Sweden), Animic (Catalonia), Astrio (Catalonia), Atlas Will Atone, Baby Brave, Baron La Croix, Bastions, Be Forest (Italy), Beard Of Wolves, Ben Hands, Black Moth, Blood Lips, Bloodflower, Bonnie Piesse (Australia), Calan, Camera, Cara Hammond, Casi Wyn, Chris T-T, Cian Ciarán, Connah Evans, Constantina (Brazil), Damo Suzuki (Germany), Darren Eedens (Canada), Desert Mountain Tribe, DJ Huw Stephens, DnA: Delyth and Angharad Jenkins, Doppelganger, Effi (Austria), Empire Of Thieves, Euros Childs, Falls, Fjords, Future Empire, Georgia Ruth, Geraint Rhys, Grace Hartrey, Gulp, Half Avian, Heal The Last Stand, Heartbeat Wunderbar, Hedge Gods, HMS Morris, Houdini Dax, Islet, I’m Kingfisher (Sweden), Japanese Gum (Italy), Jed Is Dead, Jimmy Träskelin & Co (Finland), John Cooper Clarke, Kardemimmit (Finland), Kashka (Canada), KEYS, Kidsmoke, Kizzy Crawford, La iaia (Catalonia), Little Arrow, Lovers Open Fire, Luke Gallagher, Masters In France, Meilir, Mise en Scene (Canada), Mizkai, Mowbird, Mr Phormula, Nanook of the North, Nemonix, Obe, Orient Machine, Poltergeist, Prosperina, Queen Beats Jack, Sally Crosby, Seazoo, Secateurs, Siôn Russell Jones, Sparrowhawks, Steel Trees, SÅµnami, The Black Diamond Express, The Earth, The Echo and The Always, The Gentle Good, The Glendale Family, The Maydays, The Mayors, The Mexican Walking Fish, The No Name Janes, The Reads, The Revolutionary Spirit, The Scene, The Undivided, Tree of Wolves, Victorian Hardware, Waltz, We Are Animal, We Were Giants, Y Niwl, Yr Ods, and Zebedy.
With lots more to be announced.
The early bird offer has ended. Adult weekend tickets are priced at £30, and day tickets are priced at £25.
Now in its fourth year the event will be held entirely indoors, utilising the Royal International Pavilion Llangollen, and will showcase live performances from a collection of acts of Welsh origin throughout weekend, including special guest headliners, and selected International acts - alongside music industry panels and discussions, featuring experts from all sectors of the music industry.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
More information will be here when available.
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