As the kids make their way back to school and the grey curtain rolls over the sky once again, it can be all a bit too easy to focus on the doom and gloom. We here at NorthWales.com would like to tell you that doesn’t have to be the case and especially so if you take a look at some of these superb events in North Wales this September!
Denbighshire Open Doors Heritage Event – Each Saturday of September – Free
A month-long celebration of some of the fantastic hidden history of North Wales. Its rich heritage is open to the public from Corwen to Ruthin and everywhere in between. Did we mention that it was completely free too?
Helfa Gelf/Art Trail – Every Weekend in September – Free
One of the most-loved art events returns to North Wales for 2014! Studio spaces across the region open their doors to exhibit some of the best talent around and to hopefully provide some inspiration to budding artists. Again, this event is totally free of charge!
Anglesey Beer Festival – 5th & 6th September – Prices Vary
You had us at “beer”. The Island will be alive with the sounds of people enjoying some excellent real ale and even non-drinkers are welcome! There’s no excuse not to get involved and with it all being in aid of charity, it’s for a good cause too.
Festival No. 6 – 5th, 6th & 7th September – Prices Vary
One of the last great festivals of the year is upon us and what better way to say goodbye to the sun than in idyllic settings with the likes of Beck and London grammar for company? Portmeirion is the place to be this September.
Circus Maximus Remastered – 12th,13th & 14th of September – Prices Vary
Sleepy Llangollen will be bursting into life over three days of fantastic fun this September when the Vavoom rockabillies roll into town. With a parade ride and live music to enjoy, be sure to uncover the alternative scene in North Wales.
Anglesey Country and Western Festival – 12th, 13th & 14th September – Weekend ticket: £38
If you want your September events a little more low-key, this event takes place over the same weekend as Circus Maximus and is sure to provide a great weekend of entertainment for the whole family.
Flintshire Real Ale Trail – 13th September – £12
Hop on a bus and sink some hops on this superb day out in the Mold area. Taking in 9 local pubs and 4 bus pit stops, you and a party of friends are sure to have a great time enjoying some of the best local brews around.
LLAWN02 – 19th, 20th & 21st September – Free
The follow-up to the very first phenomenal Llandudno Arts Weekend returns for 2014 and is looking like being even better than before. With many exhibitions and events to get involved with, it might be worth getting you jacket on and making your way to the resort town!
North Wales International Music Festival – 20th to 27th September – Prices Vary
Stars from around the world converge in St Asaph for an unforgettable week of classical music. There will be many concerts and events throughout the week so be sure to book your ticket if you want to be a part of one of the best musical events in North Wales.
International Ocean Film Festival – 20th September – £12
Llandudno is the place to be for any aquatic artisans this September with the very first International Ocean Film Festival making its way to these shores. The talents of oceanographers will be on show from half 7 at night.
Prestatyn Multicultural Food and Drink Festival – 27th September – Free
Near the end of the month, Prestatyn will be welcoming visitors to its very first Food and Drink Festival and you can be there too. There will also be live music on throughout the day so be sure you don’t miss out!
“Time Travel” by www.flickr.com/photos/dsugden, license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0 – 01/09/2014
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