Slaves, Coasts, Bo Ningen, Future Of The Left for Focus Wales

plus Allusondrugs, The Membranes, Samoans, Sweet Baboo, & more

published: Mon 1st Dec 2014

Slaves

Wednesday 22nd to Saturday 25th April 2015
various venues, Wrexham, Wrexham County Borough, LL13 8LW, Wales MAP
£50
daily capacity: 5500
last updated: Thu 19th Feb 2015

Slaves, Coasts, Bo Ningen, Future Of The Left, Allusondrugs, The Membranes, Samoans, Sweet Baboo, Yucatan, Heal the Last Stand, and Yr Ods have all been announced for Focus Wales Music Festival and Conference taking place from Wednesday 22nd until Saturday 25th April 2015 which offers music, comedy and interactive happenings at various venues in the town centre of Wrexham, in North Wales.

Also confirmed are The Luka State, Doppelganger, Huw Stephens, Lovers Open Fire, Y Bandana, Golden Fable, Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog, Danny Gruff, Albatross Archive, Baron La Croix, Falls, Attention Thieves, Demeter Grieving, Kidsmoke, Nights, The Mexican Walking Fish, Little Arrow, Phil Watson, Jack Of The Suburbs, and the first comedy acts Henning Wehn, Ray Peacock, Martin Mor, and David Trent.

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

Over 5,000 people will attend the weekend of events which will showcase 150+ bands, fill out a variety of spaces and music venues, using 15 stages, host 3 days of interactive sessions and events, and showcase 3 days of stand-up comedy.

Now in its fifth 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.

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The early bird offer has ended. An adult weekend ticket is priced at £50.

This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.



Wednesday 22nd to Saturday 25th April 2015
various venues, Wrexham, Wrexham County Borough, LL13 8LW, Wales MAP
£50
daily capacity: 5500
last updated: Thu 19th Feb 2015


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