Focus Wales 2017

Thursday 11th to Saturday 13th May 2017
various venues, Wrexham, Wrexham County Borough, LL13 8LW, Wales MAP
early bird £35
daily capacity: 7000
last updated: Fri 17th Feb 2017

Focus Wales Music Festival and Conference takes place from Thursday 11th until Saturday 13th May 2017 offering music, comedy and interactive happenings at various venues in the town centre of Wrexham, in North Wales.

Line-up

Confirmed acts include British Sea Power, John Bramwell (I Am Kloot), Georgia Ruth, Islet, Gulp (Lindsey Leven & Guto of Super Furry Animals), Right Hand Left Hand, Lucy Spraggan, Cabbage, Don Letts, Campfire Social, HABITS, Golden Fable & NEW Sinfonia, Free Money, and Aled Rheon, and many more.

Over 7,000 people will attend the weekend of events which will showcase 200+ bands, fill out a variety of spaces and music venues, using 20 stages, host 3 days of interactive industry sessions, arts events, film screenings, and stand-up comedy.

To see who is playing when see the Focus Wales Music Festival and Conference line-up page.

Tickets

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An early bird adult weekend ticket is priced at £35.

More info

Now in its seventh year the event will be held entirely indoors, 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.

Accommodation

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.



Thursday 11th to Saturday 13th May 2017
various venues, Wrexham, Wrexham County Borough, LL13 8LW, Wales MAP
early bird £35
daily capacity: 7000
last updated: Fri 17th Feb 2017


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