Llangollen’s 75th International Musical Eisteddfod returns in July after a break of two years because of the pandemic.

This year will see a shortened event running from July 7 -10, instead of the usual week-long eisteddfod.

As well as the main stage competitions there will be activities on the outside stages, as well as public performances in the town and a number of locations across north east Wales.

New for 2022 are competitions including, Show Choirs, Contemporary Dance, Young Composer, Young Folk Instrumental Ensemble and Junior Instrumentalist.

There are also the usual variety of choral and solo singing, dance, folk music, instrumental performances, and a special non-competitive series.

“The International Eisteddfod is home to over 4,000 performers during the week-long programme and is an exquisite celebration of international music, culture, creativity and collaboration. It is now a key driver of cultural tourism to North Wales and attracts over 35,000 visitors every

Two opportunities to win…

One pair of tickets for Friday 8 July Anoushka Shankar & Manu Delago In Concert – Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod 

And a second draw to win…

One pair of tickets for Saturday 9 July Choir of the World, Dance Champions & Pendine International Voice of the Future 2022 

Question. How many years in 2022 is the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod celebrating?

Terms and conditions.

This prize is for entry only into the event. No travel or accommodation is included in the prize.

Closing Date: 1st July 2022