St Fagans Food Festival celebrates with live music from BBC Gorwelion/Horizons and Tafwyl.
Some of Wales’s rising stars will captivate audiences on September 7 and 8 as they join the party to celebrate St Fagans Food Festival 10th anniversary.
As part of a new partnership between St Fagans National Museum of History, BBC Horizons and Tafwyl are collaborating to curate 4 stages, offering a variety of exciting live performances across in some of the Museum’s historic landmarks – Llys Llywelyn, on the Gwalia Green, in secluded woodlands near Gweithdy, and at St Teilo’s Church.
Amongst the artists this year will be:
Aidenkeryn, Aled Rheon, Beth Celyn, Blue Honey DJS, Brigyn, Bwncath, Catsgam, Cerddorfa Ukulele, Codewalers, Darren Eedens & The Slim Pickins, Eadyth,Esther, Eve Goodman, Glain Rhys, Hana2K, Holy Home Video, Kizzy Crawford, Little Folk, Lleden, Lowri Evans, Natty Paynter, Nogood Boyo, Otto, Rosehip Teahouse, Sam Hickman, Sion Russel Jones, Sister Bodhi, Suleiman Atta, The Gentle Good, USW Music Shwocase, Wonderbrass, Y Cledrau.
Not forgetting a host of food, drink and craft stalls.