If you’re looking to discover events in North Wales – you’ve come to the right place.
Throughout the year, North Wales plays host to a number of spectacular events. Taking place anywhere and everywhere, each unique and reflecting the culture of the region.
During the early months of the year, you’ll discover some superb performances at North Wales’ theatres, including comic and musical performances.
Easter brings with it the reopening of many attractions, each providing a new events program.
Approaching the summer, and the events come through thick and fast! Half marathons, boat shows and classic car trails all take place in North Wales. Air shows take over the skies of Llandudno and Rhyl – providing some spectacular sights.
The summer is full of music festivals including the International Music Eisteddfod and Wakestock, Europe’s largest wakeboarding and music event.
Agricultural shows such as the Anglesey show attract people from across Britain – having ran for over 100 years!
During September, the region plays host to a varied array of music festival. The award-winning Festival no.6 takes place in the pretty village of Portmerion – producing one of the most vibrant and characteristic music festivals in the UK.
Consuming Conwy in October is the Conwy Food Festival – an ideal opportunity to get a real taste of North Wales. The event provides a spectacular fireworks and light show – not to be missed. Also in October is the spookiest night of the year, Halloween. You’ll find plenty of scary events going on, including ghost walks around ancient castles.
Closer to Christmas and North Wales celebrates Guy Fawkes Night with some spectacular firework shows. The arrival of December turns the region into a winter wonderland. Santa makes plenty of appearances in North Wales – visiting attractions and even arriving via a Zip Line!
Browse through our full listings of events below.