The famous festival of Jazz which is held annually in Llandudno. Every year jazz extraordinaires from all over the globe come to the gorgeous seaside town in North Wales to strut their stuff and perform some excellent Jazz music.
The main stage is set to be filled with the greatest in local and further afield based jazz acts such as Val Wiseman, Peter King, The Jazz Worriers, Tina May with Alan Barnes, a full tribute act for Jazz at the Philharmonic, and much more. Full schedule available here – http://www.llandudnojazzfestival.com/#!schedule/ctxb
Llandudno’s Victorian seaside enjoyment results in the perfect classy setting for the jazz festival, and the focus of the wonderfully fun Bodafon farm park with its breath-taking ocean views refines the weekend to its unlimited potential. It’s only a short walk from the local Llandudno Hotels and self catering in Llandudno so you can sleep the nights in style if you wish.
Full weekend passes are around £132.
Not the biggest Jazz fan? Don’t really fancy shelling out to watch bands?
What if I told you that you could still enjoy a relaxing day at the picturesque Bodafon farm park. There’s nothing from stopping you from chilling in the courtyard, shades on, pint in hand, foot tapping away to some easy going Cool Jazz. The farm park’s Upper courtyards and side terraces will be open and bustling with activity, expect Dixieland Jazz, Cool Jazz and if you’re real lucky some Big Band Jazz. If you enjoy festival vibes and good music, this is the place for you.
Food-wise, there will be a circular saw barbeque, wood-fired pizza oven and a range of additional munchies available.
Regardless of music taste, this is set to be a wonderful day out for the family, groups of mates and couples.
A small matter of the price… well, it’s just like that; it’s a small matter. It’s only £6 for an adult ticket to enjoy a day at the Jazz festival.
29th, 30th, 31st July 2016