3D BRASS BAND
A 10 piece Party Animal-Musicians based in Cardiff ready to provide a heart thumping, party pumping experience for Tafwyl! – it’s good to be back!
Jack Mac’s Funk Pack
Jack Mac has been playing music professionally for over a decade now, and has collaborated with some of the UK’s and US’s finest up and coming musicians.
From soulful melodies to grooving rhythms, the Funk Pack has it all and is guaranteed to provide a good time to any occasion.
This year, wonderbrass, Cardiff’s biggest, boldest, brassiest band, celebrate 30 years of making music in South Wales and beyond!
Wonderbrass are an ‘explosion of sound’ bringing a mixture of New Orleans jazz, ska, funk and fun to this year’s Tafwyl. Listen out for a bit of everything from Lady Gaga to the Harry J All Stars!
Barracwda is an Afro-Brazilian percussion group, or more commonly known as SAMBA! Based in Cardiff and with currently 50 members, the band is still growing fast.
They’ve been lighting up carnivals and festivals around the country with their unique brand of sparkly and energetic musical fusions from samba, funk and D&B. They run drop in beginners classes for beginners too and have acquired new band members from previous Tafwyl audiences so check them out!
Academi Llais a Chelfyddydau Dramatig Cymru
The Welsh Academy of Voice and Dramatic Arts Students, home of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David’s performance courses, will present a collection of musical songs.
Clera (Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch)
Six colorful and exotic people wander – perhaps from another country or another time, who knows – looking for a place and people to share their stories.
Qwerin (bach / small) is a contemporary dance performance inspired by the texture and patterns of Welsh folk dance, together with the infectious-energy of Queer nightlife. Qwerin is an energetic and moving celebration of culture, identity and community. Qwerin is a Welsh folk dance with a twist.
Meilir’s latest work is Qwerin, commissioned by the Wales Outdoor Arts Consortium through Articulture Cymru’s OpenOut 2021 call.