For anyone looking to stay in a luxurious caravan park in Llandudno, Colwyn Bay or across the North Wales area who may also be seeking some high-quality entertainment during their time on the seafront, then they need look no further than the Llandudno Jazz Festival 2017 this July.
Llandudno Jazz Festival 2017
The jazz festival is returning for its third year at Bodafon Farm Park and will showcase some local and truly extraordinary musical talent across a three day weekend, commencing on the 28th till the 30th of July. However, the festival won’t cater only to devoted jazz fans but will be for the entire family to enjoy.
Stage & Ticket Price Information
Those looking to take full advantage of the music available during the entire weekend will be able to purchase a Main Stage Priority Weekend Pass, giving them access to every afternoon and evening performance all for just £135, with entertainment beginning at 1 pm. If a single afternoon or evening is all that you need, then individual tickets are available starting from just £20.
A Fringe Stage will be set up to provide entertainment for families who may not be particularly familiar with the jazz genre, with jazz influenced bands taking the stage from 12 pm until 10 pm. A family day ticket for the Fringe Festival will only cost £10.
Food and drink will be available all weekend long for both stages; from the normal café menu, the wood-fired pizza oven, and the always popular Bodafon Farm Park barbeque. There is more than enough entertainment for the children at the festival, who may wish to have their face painted, ride the ponies or explore the giant fort.
There will be a Llandudno Jazz Festival 2017 exclusive performance by renowned jazz drummer Winston Clifford. Winston can normally be found sitting behind the drum kit; however, he will be taking the mic at centre stage with his rhythm trio on Saturday. His humorous and energetic performance last year had audiences captivated and is a welcome return to our Main Stage.
Also returning this year is the multi-award winning comedy duo, the Barnes/Adams Quintet. The duo, accompanied by their rhythm trio, is set to close the Friday night. So expect some serious rolling in the aisle over at the main stage, with a little bit of jazz thrown in.
For more information on this event, please visit the Llandudno Jazz Festival 2017 website.