The Holyhead Festival is a fantastic occasion that takes place annually, located around Newry Beach in Holyhead, Anglesey. The festival promises to give the locals and visitors a chance to enjoy entertainment during the summer, while enjoying some interesting exhibits and promoting the area.
There is a real treat in store for visitors to this year’s festival, on what will be a three day event spanning from Friday 26th July, lasting up until the 28th July 2013. The event lets you relax and enjoy the summer, with comedy, music, stalls, displays and much more.
Attractions include a boat jumble and range of maritime events to celebrate Holyhead’s location in North Wales and industry, with a Hearts of Oak Naval Re-enactment Society, a breakwater race and a rescue display demonstration by the Holyhead Coastguard and RNLI.
There will be a fun fair, strong man competition, parade of festival queens, a majorette’s competition, LL65 Music Festival and plenty of bike rides that have been organised by Cybi Bikers.
The Holyhead Round Table presents Peter Kay tribute act Lee Lard, along with Heart FM’s Kev Bach and Wayne Roberts at the Newry Beach marquee from 7pm on July 26th.
The full Holyhead Festival schedule is available at the website: www.holyheadfestival.com
Don’t miss out on this great occasion. Should we have great weather, this could be the best weekend in North Wales this summer!
Tickets for the gig are £7.50 Occasions Florist, Holyhead Town Hall or Davey on 0789 984 0968.
A night of tributes acts will be held on July 27, with a night of Celtic music on July 28.
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