North Wales is the setting for this delightful celebration of food, music and arts.
All the festivities take place in the atmospheric medieval riverside town Conwy.
About Gwledd Conwy Feast
The Conwy Feast kicks off on Friday night with a bang with a firework display lighting up the sky at 7pm.
What follows is a weekend full of food, music, arts, and fantastic fun!
Food & Drink
There’s street food, a food hall, a Surf ‘n Turf pop-up restaurant, chefs demos, a tasting kitchen, and a farming and growing marquee.
You’ll find the feast bar right next to the music marquee right on the water’s edge at Conwy quayside offering you one of the best views in Wales.
It’s well stocked with local beers and liquors.
Iechyd da! (As they say in Wales.)
Gwledd Conwy Feast offers an eclectic mix where you’ll discover fresh local talent, folk, funk, reggae, rock and more.
Art and Craft
Here’s your chance to see craftsmen putting their traditional skills to work in the shadow of Conwy Castle.
Metalwork, leadwork, mosaic work, slate roofing, stonemasonry are just some of the skills you’ll see in action over the weekend of the festival.
Something for the little ones
If you are bringing the kids along, you will be happy to hear that entry is free for children.
There’s a range of special food-related activities just for the feast’s youngest visitor.