We are delighted to announce that we’ll be hosting a special event in partnership with International Music Showcase Festival FOCUS Wales to mark Dydd Miwsig Cymru (Welsh Language Music Day) at Tŷ Pawb on Saturday 10th February.
Councillor Hugh Jones, Welsh Language Champion and Lead Member for Environment with
responsibility for Tŷ Pawb, Arts and Culture said: “This annual event is an opportunity for music
lovers across Wales to come together and celebrate the best of Welsh music in the heart of
Wrexham. The event is particularly significant this year in the run up to Wrexham hosting the
National Eisteddfod in 2025, which will be another opportunity for the entire County Borough to
celebrate vibrant and unique Welsh language and culture.”
The event is free to attend and will feature a diverse line-up of Welsh artists Worldcub, Hazmat,
Gillie, Eye and Siula.
Watch the big match before the music starts!
The live music will begin from 7pm, following the highly anticipated Six Nations Rugby match between Wales and England (kicking off at 4.45pm) being shown on the big screen in Tŷ Pawb’s Flexible Space.
There will also be live music in our food court during the day, and our food court, bar and market traders will be open throughout the day for refreshments and shopping.
Celebrating Wrexham’s grassroots music venues
FOCUS Wales Co-Founder Neal Thompson said: “We’re pleased to be working in partnership with Wrexham County Borough Council on the events at Tŷ Pawb and with the support of Welsh Government, to be able to present and highlight all of the activities taking place in some of Wrexham city centre’s invaluable, grassroots music venues for another Dydd Miwsig Cymru/welsh Language Music Day.
“Not only is it an opportunity to discover amazing music from across all genres in Wales’ and to highlight the important support for live music that the venues in Wrexham play, but also that Wrexham is hub for the Welsh language and a perfect place to find and enjoy cultural activities in Cymraeg.”
We would like to say a huge thank you to Welsh Government for supporting this event and Welsh music.
Although the event is free to attend, we do ask that attendees register for a free ticket so that we can safely manage numbers. As in previous years, the event is due to be well attended, so don’t hesitate to register for your tickets.
The event at Tŷ Pawb is part of a series of Dydd Miwsig Cymru events taking place across the City Centre, including at Magic Dragon Brewery Tap, Saith Seren and The Parish.