Pupils from Ysgol Y Gwernant in Llangollen (above) practising hard ahead of their performance of the poignant Peace Message.
The youngsters will perform the Peace Message - an annual highlight of the festival - on the International Pavilion stage on Thursday as part of the International Celebration.
The performance will also be delivered today (Tuesday) during Children’s Day.
This year the message - which has been coordinated by former Eisteddfod employee Christine Dukes - reflects on the history of the Eisteddfod and in particular its relationship with the weather.
* Visitors to this year’s Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod will be able to access vital information about the festival through its new mobile app, Llangollen.
Built by Caernarfon-based creative agency Galactig, the free app contains content in both Welsh and English and is available now on both Apple and Android.
It contains videos of all the competitions from the pavilion stage, a timetable of all the main activities on the Eisteddfod field, information on all evening concerts and an interactive map of the site.
Sian Eagar, Chief Operations Officer at the International Eisteddfod, said: “There will be Wi-Fi on the field this year and the new app will allow visitors quick and easy access to information about competitions and concerts throughout the week.
“We are sure that competitors and visitors alike will find it useful to have this information at their fingertips.”
To download the app, simple go to the Apple or Google Play store and search ‘Llangollen’.
For tickets and information on the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod, please visit www.Llangollen.net