Machynlleth Comedy Festival
14 May. To build upon the legacy of the Dylan Thomas 100 Festival, Dylan Day was created. A new annual day of celebration in the name of Wales’ most famous literary son. It marks the date Under Milk Wood was first read on stage at The Poetry Centre in New York in 1953. There will be performances, online happenings, walking tours and much, much more happening around Wales.
For 2020 events will take place online. Find out more about Dylan Day
Royal Welsh Spring Festival, Builth Wells
Snowdonia Half Marathon, Llanrwst
The Big Retreat Wales
HowTheLightGetsIn Online 2020
22 - 25 May 2020. The world's largest philosophy and music festival, HowTheLightGetsIn, has gone digital. The Online Festival will have more than 100 events - all live-streamed, on 7 stages, with a line up of the world's top thinkers, and the hottest bands and comedy acts. You'll also have the chance to meet with other festivalgoers, make friends, talk over the events you've seen, bump into our speakers and artists and listen to some great music together. The organisers want as far as possible to recreate the real festival experience and extend it into something you've never seen before!
For tickets and more information on the online festival this May 22-25, please visit the HowTheLightGetsIn website.
Hay Digital 2020
Nitro World Games
Principality Stadium, Cardiff.
Nitro World Games features the world’s best athletes in FMX, BMX, Skate, and Scooter. This two-day event will feature attempts at the biggest tricks in freestyle, meaning fans who see it live will have a chance to witness athletes attempting tricks that have never been landed in competition. In addition to the elite-level events, fans will enjoy accompanying family-friendly activities that will ensure it’s an action-packed weekend for everyone.
In light of the current situation, unfortunately this has been cancelled.
Gwledd Conwy Feast, North Wales
22 - 23 May 2021. The medieval town of Conwy is transformed with a weekend festival that boasts the largest celebration of music, art and food of Wales. The quayside, castle and medieval streets burst with flavours, sound and sights.
Find out more about the Gwledd Conwy Feast.