This is Wales after all!
What could be grander than a classical concert in the magnificent surroundings of St Davids Cathedral or an acoustic set done in a tiny cafe overlooking the sea in Tenby.
There are international music festivals held across Pembrokeshire where the finest musicians and soloists gather to celebrate classic, and contemporary, works at the St Davids Cathedral Festival and Fishguard International Music Festival.
If your passion is Blues and Jazz, you must head to the Tenby Blues Festival or to Fishguard’s Aberjazz. International artists from around the globe, pack the pubs and clubs from noon to midnight.
For lovers of folk, Fishguard is the place. As well as their Folk Festival that takes place every May, the pubs in the town and surrounding areas host informal weekly folk nights. You’ll never know who will be performing.
For something little less formal, just head down to the local pub where you may find rock, dance, indie or opera is the music of choice that night. You never know you might be listening to the next big thing.
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Freelance journalist Nick Harding has become something of a fan of Tenby Blues Festival making his third visit in four year.
Pembrokeshire folks love it’s a good shindig. Whether you’re into folk or jazz, classical or blues, we’ve got every genre of music to suit all tastes. And where there’s music, there’s dancing.
A not-so-hidden gem, Narberth boasts one of the best high-streets in the country. Think independently owned shops and galleries, boutiques, excellent café’s, and one of the busiest music venues in the county.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.