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Thursday, February 16, 2023

Eisteddfod launches new-look festival passes

* Alfie Boe is one of the stars of Eisteddfod 2023.

Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod has released a limited number of exclusive 2023 Festival Passes, following the priority booking period for previous pass holders.

The Eisteddfod says benefits include:

·        The complete, immersive Eisteddfod experience

·        Great value for money

·        Discover incredible new experiences you may not otherwise have tried

·        Access to the best available seats, reserved for Festival Pass holders

·        Join the priority booking list for future years 

For 2023 two types of pass are available - Day Festival Pass and Full Festival Pass.


The Day Festival Pass is described as "an affordable way to dip your toes into the Eisteddfod programme."

WED 5 – SAT 8 JULY (£55)

Eisteddfod Maes – Access to the new improved field area, featuring a vibrant programme of bands, dance, talks, workshops, stalls and street food with a focus on Welsh culture, internationalism and the concept of peace in a modern world.

Competitions – A reserved seat in the Pavilion for daytime competitions, an opportunity to see some of the world's best folk, classical and contemporary music and dance, and experience the roots of the Llangollen Eisteddfod.

Refreshments – complimentary tea and coffee.

Discounts –16% off full price entry, no booking fee, 10% off in Eisteddfod shop when spending £5+.


Full Festival Pass (£230)


As above, plus the best available seats at five distinct, one-off evening concerts in the Pavilion:

Tues 4 July – A musical theatre extravaganza featuring superstar Alfie Boe and Welsh of the West End.

Wed 5 July – A classical choral and orchestral concert, The White Flower, honouring the Eisteddfod's commitment to international peace.

Thurs 6 July – An incredible theatrical experience blending artforms and genres, and celebrating the natural world, by visionary artists Propellor Ensemble.

Fri 7 July – A formidable power-house of top-drawer jazz playersguaranteed to raise the roof withGuy Barker’s Big Band.

Sat 8 July – High-profile competition finals: Choir of the World, Dance Champions & International Voice of the Future.


Also available is a car Parking Pass and Sun 9 July day and/or evening ticket.

Full details: www. 

* To book a Festival Pass, email: or call our box office on: 01978 862 001. Please note that festival passes cannot currently be booked online.

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