Electric Wave Festival 2017

Here we are in another glorious summer across North Wales, and we couldn’t think of a better way for our visitors to continue enjoying their stay in Snowdonia’s naturally beautiful and scenic landscape than by adding in some food, drink and local musical talent. So if you’re staying in a caravan park in Bala, Snowdonia or the Conwy area then this event is definitely for you.

Surf Snowdonia; an adventure park with a world-exclusive inland surfing lagoon and splash-crash lagoon, is situated in the delightful Conwy Valley and will host its very own music festival for the first time ever this year. They’ve called it the Electric Wave Festival and you can expect a weekend full of adventuring activities like wall climbing and slacklining, surfing, comedy and music.

The line-up over the weekend will consist of popular acts such as Badly Drawn Boy, Bez from the Happy Mondays, General Levy, and 25 years Of Cream. Supporting the main acts will be local talents such as Showhawk Duo, AP Cooper, and Billy Bibby and the Wry Smiles, who you may know as the former lead guitarist from another local band, Catfish and the Bottlemen.

The prices for the festival have been made extremely reasonable considering the amount of fun to be had. A full weekend ticket will cost only £50, with individual day tickets costing only £20. And any families wishing to attend will be pleased to know that the organisers have allowed free access for children under 10 years old.

Food and drink facilities are also available at their Soft Play Café, Surfside Deli and Café Bar, serving all of your favourite meals, like burgers, pizzas, seafood and much more.

It’s looking to be an event that will continue to expand and grow, attracting bigger artists over the years, so head over to the official website for more information on the activities, ticket prices and performances, and attend your first Electric Wave Festival at Surf Snowdonia.

This entry was posted in Events, Festivals, Local News, Where to Stay. Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.