The Llandudno Jazz Festival is back again, returning to Bodafon Farm with a wide-ranging programme, with American sax man Greg Abate and Alan Barnes’s Grimsby fish tale. The event this year has made huge strides towards becoming an international festival, with widely respected and largely enjoyed acts – making up an event that should not be missed – just a short drive from Seren Y Dyffryn caravan park near Llandudno.
Taking place over the weekend of 28th to 30th July, an extensive array of jazz musicians will be gracing Llandudno with their talents, performing for all those lucky enough to watch. The event will be bringing back old favourites from previous years and promises the presence of Britain’s ‘best-kept vocal secret’ – Winston Clifford (with the trio of David Newton, Simon Thorpe, and Clark Tracey), as well as a ‘great’ comedy double act known as pairing saxophonists Alan Barnes and Bruce Adams.
Jazz enthusiasts and lovers of popular music alike will arrive in the seaside resort to enjoy 3 days of music overlooking the seafront of Llandudno. Those attending will enjoy a fully facilitated event area, with the option of camping on-site near to the events happenings. Each day’s events will each day begin at roughly midday and finish at 11:45 pm – with a fully serviced and stocked bar ready to take your order. (check official schedule at the festival website)
There will be foods from pizzas, barbeques, steaks, baked fish, along with hot foods drinks, snacks, cold drinks, ice creams and much more for you to enjoy whilst listening to some incredible jazz music. Tickets can be purchased from the official website.
Llandudno is one of the UK’s premier seaside resorts and hosts many visitors each and every year. This event is just one more of the many fantastic reasons to visit Llandudno. If the summer weather is in full flow, this is surely going to be one of the best events of the year!
Those that choose to visit on this occasion – or on any other can enjoy our caravan parks Llandudno, boasting incredible views and an idyllic place to rest.