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Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Last chance to guarantee tickets for Tom Jones in Llangollen

* Sir Tom Jones in concert.

Sir Tom Jones will be making his long-awaited Llangollen debut in July, and tickets have been in high demand ever since they went on sale.

With the event quickly selling out, the only way to guarantee a ticket is by buying a season ticket before the end of April, say festival organisers.

This not only gives you a guaranteed seat in our pavilion to see Tom Jones, but also entry to a full week of other evening concerts, with artists including Welsh folk superstars Calan, Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalists Johns’ Boys Male Chorus, the royal harpist Alis Huws, West End stars Kerry Ellis and John Owen Jones, and jazz sensation Gregory Porter. 

The final 100 season tickets are now available for the Core Eisteddfod Week, which runs from Tuesday 2nd to Sunday 7th July. 

Season tickets guarantee the best seats in the house, and offer much better value for money than buying individual tickets for each concert, according to the Eisteddfod.

To secure your season ticket, call the Eisteddfod office on 01978 862001 before 5pm on Tuesday April 30. 

Dave Danford, artistic director of the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod, said: “Our season tickets are strictly limited, and only available until the end of this month. There’s no other way to guarantee your seat in the pavilion to see Tom Jones make his Llangollen debut in July. 

“We’re so proud of the range of evening concerts we have during our Core Eisteddfod Week this year, and season ticket holders can enjoy a week of entertainment they’ll never forget.”

Festival bosses have been committed to protecting the heritage and values of the Eisteddfod, which was founded in 1947. 

The popular competitions will see international visitors arriving in the largest numbers since the pandemic, with over 3,000 competitors travelling to Llangollen.

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