Events in April

Our monthly round up of What's On

It's not all Easter eggs you know...read more about our family friendly Easter Eggstaravaganzas, or read on for more corking April events.

Saturday 12th April

SongchainQueens Hall Narberth

Ten of Wales’ finest traditional singers and musicians in a special performance that explores and celebrates the roots and heritage of folk music in Wales.

Tickets and enquiries to Span Arts.

Friday 18th April

Garden Gigs – Tom McRae

Renown singer/songwriter Tom McRae offers an intimate performance in the Garden Room at Llys Meddyg, Newport. Not to be missed!

Ffwrn – Gypsy Jazz band Afternoon in Paris

Afternoon in Paris play feel-good and accessible, gypsy swing jazz and Latin, based on the style of Hot Club of France. Think cafe cabaret, candles, wine and dance!

Ffwrn: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ffwrn/134401330063685

Saturday 19th April 2014

Dews Lake Farm – Live Music in the Tipi

Cwtch Camping are bring together a top line-up of homegrown talent in the form of Tim Williams, Little Arrows and Valleyers for a night of live music near Pembroke. How much fun can you have in a field?

Cwtch Camping Music Festival

Easter Weekend 18-21st April 2014

Music Without Frontiers Festival

Rhosygilwyn are hosting their second Easter music festival, featuring an exciting and eclectic range of musical genres, dance, film, storytelling and performance.

Music Without Frontiers: http://www.rhosygilwen.co.uk/

Welsh Surf Championships

Freshwater West is once again hosting the Welsh Surf Championships this Easter. Bring the binoculars and watch Wales’ top surfers compete for this coveted title.

Monday 21st April 2014

Lydstep Point-to-Point

Bank Holiday Monday means a day at the races in South Pembrokeshire. Join horse lovers and budding jockeys for a days racing at Lydstep Point-to-Point. A big day in the local social calendar.

Friday 25th April 2014

Burnett’s Hill Chapel – The Coal Porters

The Coal Porters are the UK’s most dynamic, forward-thinking acoustic music act by some length. The world’s first ‘alt-bluegress’ band continues to entertain crowds throughout Europe, North America and Martletwy!

Burnett’s Hill Chapel: http://www.burnettshill.co.uk/

Saturday 26th April 2014

Barley Saturday

A festival atmosphere engulfs Cardigan as people line the High Street to watch a the parade of prize-winning Welsh Cob stallions, manes flowing and nostrils flaring... Barley Saturday is here again.

Parade starts at 2pm - Cardigan High Street.

Tour of Pembrokeshire

Oriel y Parc, St Davids, will once again be the starting point for this year's cyclosportive event – the Tour of Pembrokeshire. The event is already fully subscribed with 1500 riders signed up to take on the challenge of a 50, 75 or 100-mile ride around the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast.

 Tour Of Pembrokeshire

Tour of Pembrokeshire: http://www.tourofpembrokeshire.co.uk/

Sunday 27th April 2014

Tour of Pembrokeshire – Family Ride

Join the Tour of Pembrokeshire’s historical mystery family ride on the Sunday, a fun way for families to explore a little bit of Pembrokeshire while raising money for charity.

Registration between 9:30-10:30am at Oriel y Parc in St Davids

Ride starts at 10:30am and finishes at 1pm.

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 I have just had one of the best weekends ever, it was fantastic to experience coasteering. I have never laughed so much in my life! 
Louise, Bristol

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