TICKETS

There are three ticketed concerts at the 2022 Festival, all at Theatr Gwaun. You can buy tickets in the theatre foyer just before the show or online below. Online tickets will be emailed to you as a PDF for you to print out. You can pay by card or PayPal. The concerts are below, in chronological order.

From Wednesday May 25 to Saturday May 28 tickets are available over the counter from Seaways Bookshop, Fishguard, during business hours. The Festival is very grateful to them.
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Saturday May 28th 2.30 £15 The Shackleton Trio / Nick Wyke and Becki Driscoll. To buy tickets, please click the photo to go to our Eventbrite listing for this concert. Eventbrite will open in a new page in your browser.

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Saturday May 28th 7.30 £15 The Jacki Oates Trio / Luke Daniels.

To buy tickets, please click the photo to go to our Eventbrite listing for this concert. Eventbrite will open in a new page in your browser.

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Sunday May 29th 7.30 £15 ALAW. To buy tickets, please click the photo to go to our Eventbrite listing for this concert. Eventbrite will open in a new page in your browser.

There is also the option to buy a single admission ticket to all three concerts for £40. To choose this option, please click the button to go to our Eventbrite "All Three" listing. Eventbrite will open in a new page in your browser.

Finally, if you don't want to be flipping to and fro between sites and windows, you might like to go to our Eventbrite Collection page. All three concerts, and the "All Three" option, are listed there. You can browse the Eventbrite listings, buy (or not) as you wish, then close it to come back here once you've finished. Click the Collection button for that.

If you choose the "All Three" option, you will only get one ticket which gets you into all three concerts. We're new to selling via Eventbrite! There is probably a clever way to take one payment and issue three separate tickets, but if so we can't find it. Be patient with us, we are but humble folkies like yourself.