A live music extravaganza for Colwyn Bay

October 02, 2018

Just when you thought the music had left the Bay as Paloma Faith and Katherine Jenkins wrapped up their performances at Stadiwm Zip World a few weeks ago, Glynfest is stepping in with a brilliantly local lineup of talent to keep music fans entertained next month.

From the 2nd to the 4th November the very popular Glynfest returns for another year across three Colwyn Bay venues with a superb selection of local and regional bands playing for free.

Over 3 days Theatr Colwyn, St. Paul's Institute and Dewi Sant Church in the town will play host to nearly 40 acts. 

Although the events are free, tickets are expected to be very much in demand and can booked online via the Venue Cymru ticket site. Bayside Radio will be following the event as it unfolds across the weekend.

Friday 2nd November

Theatr Colwyn, 7.30pm

Rivertown • Courteous Thief • Jamie Porter

Saint Paul's Institute, 8pm

Rabo De Torro • Red or Dead • CB Ramones

Dewi Sant Church, 8pm

Andy Beaumont • Lost Like Alice • Ameto

Saturday 3rd November

Theatr Colwyn, 3pm

Laugh Till We Cry • The Northern Rambler • The Rebecca Riots

Saint Paul's Institute, 3pm

King Boss • The Mudshark Incident • The Flesh Velvet

Dewi Sant Church, 3pm

Aaron Roy Dodd • Oes Yr Arth A'R Blaidd • Daf Jones

Theatr Colwyn, 7.30pm

Krank • The Lost Days • Bad Dog

Saint Paul's Institute, 8pm

The Black Sheep • Louise & the Feathers • The Storyville Mob

Dewi Sant Church, 7.30pm

Robert Shrigley Woolf • Stargrace • Garlicbread

Sunday 4th November

Dewi Sant Church, 3pm

Tom Taylor • The Scapegoats • Chris Greve

Saint Paul's Institute, 3pm

Judgemental • Mistafunk and the Deadbeats • Tombstone Kings

Dewi Sant Church, 7.30pm

Mike and Rosa • Due North • Gogs

Saint Paul's Institute, 8pm

Oxime • Crash Landing • Ruby Blues Band