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21-23 June

RhuddFest, based on the fields off Station Road, will be held on June 21, 22 and 23, 2024, and plans to be “bigger and better than ever”.

Tickets, from £15, are available now via the festival’s website – those who purchase the first 500 sold will receive a soon-to-expire “early bird discount”.

On June 21, the festival will open with a summer solstice fire and light party and a pyrotechnic parachute display with a fire, laser and light show.

There will also be walkabout fire dancers, live music, street food and a licensed bar.

This year’s festivities will also include performances from a Queen tribute act on the main stage on June 22, while Kezia Gill will headline the country stage on the same day.

Elsewhere on June 22, there will be motorbike stunt shows, chainsaw speed carving, magic shows, a kids’ mini disco, a Disney singalong, circus skills, and more.

RhuddFest will come to a close on June 23 with North Wales’ strongest man, The Rock Choir, a Welsh music stage headlined by Morgan Elwy, speed carving auctions and flyball dog races.

On June 22 and 23, there will be artisan market stalls for people to enjoy, as well as camping provisions.