Gigs

Select a section on the left to see the scheduled gigs for those bands.

Artists N-T

No Drums After 7pm

  • Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Northcote Con Club
    • Time: 3:30pm
    • Info: Aberdare based three piece rock band playing some of their own material and covers including a drummer!! Ha ha!

Northern Ruins


Omega Two

  • Jazzy Image

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Castle Hotel
    • Time: 1:00pm
    • Info: Jane Williams , originally from Cardigan in West Wales but now residing in Cardiff , has been singing since she was 15 and performing on stage, radio and with bands in Welsh and English . She sings and plays the ukulele and piano in - Omega Two with Pete Mathison guitarist with Ray Davies in 90’s and Wee Small Hours Duo - with pianist Gareth Hall .She is very much in demand as a jazz singer for The Keith Little Trio and The Rhythm Aces .She was recently performing on Van Morrison’s album - Roll with the Punches released September 2017.After being contacted by Wild Willy Barrett ( of John Ottway & ‘Really Free ‘ fame ) she is now lead singer in Wild Willy Barretts Roaring Touring performing all over the UK . Pete Mathison moved to Wales to join Jump Blues Pioneers, Red Beans and Rice. It was this line up that recorded the legendary album "Live at the Dublin Castle" and "RnB Jambouree" they toured extensively in Europe. Pete became an ‘In demand’ session musician in London, he went on to record and tour with Ray Davies of the Kinks for many years. Pete has also played with Paul Weller and is currently the lead guitarist for the Bella Collins Band.

Omega Two

  • Brecon Fringe Book

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Brecon Tap
    • Time: 3:00pm
    • Info: Jane Williams , originally from Cardigan in West Wales but now residing in Cardiff , has been singing since she was 15 and performing on stage, radio and with bands in Welsh and English . She sings and plays the ukulele and piano in - Omega Two with Pete Mathison guitarist with Ray Davies in 90’s and Wee Small Hours Duo - with pianist Gareth Hall .She is very much in demand as a jazz singer for The Keith Little Trio and The Rhythm Aces .She was recently performing on Van Morrison’s album - Roll with the Punches released September 2017.After being contacted by Wild Willy Barrett ( of John Ottway & ‘Really Free ‘ fame ) she is now lead singer in Wild Willy Barretts Roaring Touring performing all over the UK . Pete Mathison moved to Wales to join Jump Blues Pioneers, Red Beans and Rice. It was this line up that recorded the legendary album "Live at the Dublin Castle" and "RnB Jambouree" they toured extensively in Europe. Pete became an ‘In demand’ session musician in London, he went on to record and tour with Ray Davies of the Kinks for many years. Pete has also played with Paul Weller and is currently the lead guitarist for the Bella Collins Band.

Open Door

  • open door cap

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Plough Chapel
    • Time: 2:30pm
    • Info: They say: Open Door are an independent Christian Music Group, with membership drawn from Churches in the Brecon area. Our aim is to bring new Christian Music to Churches and Chapels across the area. The numbers in the group vary from a duo to a nine piece band, playing music ranging from Matt Redman, Tim Hughes, Hillsong, Rend Collective, Michael W Smith and many others, plus the occasional more traditional Hymn or Chorus with our own style!

Paul Keddle and Steve Shipman

  • pk and shipman

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Tap
    • Time: 1:00pm
    • Info: Paul Keddle palys guitar and sings, Steve 'Shippy' Shipman plays harmonica and other things.

Paul Keddle Solo

  • paul K 2018

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: St Mary's Church
    • Time: 11:15am
    • Info:  Our Fringe friend Paul Keddle plays solo guitar.

Paul Keddle's Calling Card

  • calling card 2016

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: RAFA Club
    • Time: 8:30pm
    • Info: The Hours say: 'It's gonna rain brother, and it's gonna rain hard, when the blues comes calling with it's calling card'. Oh yes, it's the one and only Paul Keddle and his cool as cats band of musical men with an evening of foot-tapping, hip-swinging, heart-stopping, sassy, smooth Rhythm & Blues to give you a Fringe weekend closer to remember... Oh yeah.'  
  • calling card 2016

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Usk Inn Talybont
    • Time: 4:00pm
    • Info: The Hours say: 'It's gonna rain brother, and it's gonna rain hard, when the blues comes calling with it's calling card'. Oh yes, it's the one and only Paul Keddle and his cool as cats band of musical men with an evening of foot-tapping, hip-swinging, heart-stopping, sassy, smooth Rhythm & Blues to give you a Fringe weekend closer to remember... Oh yeah.'  
  • calling card 2016

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Ardent Gallery
    • Time: 9:00pm
    • Info: The Hours say: 'It's gonna rain brother, and it's gonna rain hard, when the blues comes calling with it's calling card'. Oh yes, it's the one and only Paul Keddle and his cool as cats band of musical men with an evening of foot-tapping, hip-swinging, heart-stopping, sassy, smooth Rhythm & Blues to give you a Fringe weekend closer to remember... Oh yeah.'  
  • calling card 2016

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: The Hours Cafe and Bookshop
    • Time: 7:00pm
    • Info: The Hours say: 'It's gonna rain brother, and it's gonna rain hard, when the blues comes calling with it's calling card'. Oh yes, it's the one and only Paul Keddle and his cool as cats band of musical men with an evening of foot-tapping, hip-swinging, heart-stopping, sassy, smooth Rhythm & Blues to give you a Fringe weekend closer to remember... Oh yeah.'  

Pilgrims Youth Open Mic

  • Mic

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Pilgrims Tearooms, Cathedral Close
    • Time: 12:30pm
    • Info: Sing or Play? Come along and take centre stage during the Brecon Fringe Festival! Mics and amplification provided. Grade 3 plus. Book a slot in advance or turn upon the day. Contact Toni on 07779 704259 or pilgrimstearooms@gmail.com

Premier League Football

  • Premier League Football

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: Bar Rorkes
    • Time: 6:00pm
    • Info: Premier League Football at Bar Rorke's on Friday evening, all day Saturday, all day Sunday. Goal!!!!!!
  • Premier League Football

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Bar Rorkes
    • Time: 11:00am
    • Info: Premier League Football at Bar Rorke's on Friday evening, all day Saturday, all day Sunday. Goal!!!!!!
  • Premier League Football

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Bar Rorkes
    • Time: 11:00am
    • Info: Premier League Football at Bar Rorke's on Friday evening, all day Saturday, all day Sunday. Goal!!!!!!

Ragsy

  • Ragsy

    Thursday 9th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 7:30pm
    • Info: Taking inspiration from his own life experiences and finding catharsis in pouring his emotions into song, Ragsy’s heartfelt lyrics perfectly align with his raw, classic rock-inspired vocals. Crafted over a two-year period following his time on BBC’s The Voice in 2013, mentored by Sir Tom Jones; ‘Ouch!!!’ is a record of the highs and lows, where Ragsy’s distinctive voice tells an honest and impassioned tale of life’s unpredictability.

Rainbow Sound

  • Rainbow Sound

    Friday 10th August


Raptor and Top Topham

  • Raptor

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 6:00pm
    • Info: 70’s revival rock'n'roll band of brothers; Kurt and Adam from Hereford.

Red Canary

  • red canary 2

    Thursday 9th August

    • Venue: The Muse
    • Time: 8:00pm
    • Info: Playing early jazz from the 1920s, 30s and 40s; The Red Canary Dance Band will take you back in time for a swinging evening. This trio of piano, drums and vocals also includes some tap dancing,washboard playing and plenty of three part harmony.

Rhythm Slicks


Ria Plays

  • ria plays 2

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 4:00pm
    • Info: Quirky/Indie/Guitar/Banshee/Band

Rogora Khart

  • rk 2

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: The Muse
    • Time: 8:30pm
    • Info: Blending east european influence with breakneck punk is no mean feat... It's a totally unique and theatrical performance and it just makes you wanna dance! www.rogorakhart.com An eclectic band of vagabonds, miscreants, wanderers and rogues brought together by the compelling desire to entertain you. They come from the depths of the Georgian winter and the Carpathian cold to delight you with music and theatre. Each man having at least a dozen children to support Their villages rely on them completely (the fools) Please give generously Band: Riko Rikishvili - singer Dato Gradnahze - guitar Makahre Abramavari - bass Pyotr Sapniskhi - drums Datshi Cozhari - bouzouki Siluria- dancing and singing

Rosie Whitfield

  • Rosie Whitfield

    Thursday 9th August

    • Venue: Brecon Library
    • Time: 9:30am
    • Info:  Rosie Whitfield is an artist living in Brecon, taking inspiration from the mountains and the sea. She works mainly in acrylic paint, and this year she is also exhibiting some stained glass panels. Rosie worked for many years as a Landscape Architect, and uses a deep understanding of geology, ecology and wildlife to inform her artistic work. Her exhibition is upstairs at Brecon Library, open Thursday and Friday, 9th and 10th August, 9.30am to 5.00pm, and Saturday 11th August 10.00am to 1.00pm.
  • Rosie Whitfield

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: Brecon Library
    • Time: 9:30am
    • Info:  Rosie Whitfield is an artist living in Brecon, taking inspiration from the mountains and the sea. She works mainly in acrylic paint, and this year she is also exhibiting some stained glass panels. Rosie worked for many years as a Landscape Architect, and uses a deep understanding of geology, ecology and wildlife to inform her artistic work. Her exhibition is upstairs at Brecon Library, open Thursday and Friday, 9th and 10th August, 9.30am to 5.00pm, and Saturday 11th August 10.00am to 1.00pm.
  • Rosie Whitfield

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Library
    • Time: 10:00am
    • Info:  Rosie Whitfield is an artist living in Brecon, taking inspiration from the mountains and the sea. She works mainly in acrylic paint, and this year she is also exhibiting some stained glass panels. Rosie worked for many years as a Landscape Architect, and uses a deep understanding of geology, ecology and wildlife to inform her artistic work. Her exhibition is upstairs at Brecon Library, open Thursday and Friday, 9th and 10th August, 9.30am to 5.00pm, and Saturday 11th August 10.00am to 1.00pm.

Running On Empty

  • Running On Empty 2017

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 12:30pm
    • Info: Clevedon based outfit Running on Empty return to the Fringe once more with their eclectic mix of covers from the 60s up to today (almost!). Despite being fairly rooted in Blues and Rock, their set extends to Reggae, Motown, Pop, Soul, Rock n Roll and even Jazz (if you ask nicely!). “We love coming over to play the Fringe. We get to play some beautiful venues and to some of the best, most welcoming crowds we’ve ever encountered”.
    • www.facebook.com/RoEBand
  • Running On Empty 2017

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Northcote Con Club
    • Time: 5:30pm
    • Info: Clevedon based outfit Running on Empty return to the Fringe once more with their eclectic mix of covers from the 60s up to today (almost!). Despite being fairly rooted in Blues and Rock, their set extends to Reggae, Motown, Pop, Soul, Rock n Roll and even Jazz (if you ask nicely!). “We love coming over to play the Fringe. We get to play some beautiful venues and to some of the best, most welcoming crowds we’ve ever encountered”.
    • www.facebook.com/RoEBand

Ruth Bowen Three

  • Ruth Bowen

    Sunday 12th August


San Antonio Freeway

  • San Antonio Freeway

    Sunday 12th August


Seaside & Music - Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery


Seaside Shananigans - Messy Marvels session


Shango & Chef

  • shango & chef

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: Ardent Gallery
    • Time: 8:30pm
    • Info: Shango and Chef are a powerful djembe and guitar two piece that play a selection of rock and blues from the last 50 years. Soulful vocals, fancy guitar work and solid rhythms resuscitate the classics you know and love. A peppering of whimsical original songs season the tasty flavours and offer an insight into the writing genius of these two young men.
  • shango & chef

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Tap
    • Time: 4:00pm
    • Info: Shango and Chef are a powerful djembe and guitar two piece that play a selection of rock and blues from the last 50 years. Soulful vocals, fancy guitar work and solid rhythms resuscitate the classics you know and love. A peppering of whimsical original songs season the tasty flavours and offer an insight into the writing genius of these two young men.
  • shango & chef

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: The Usk Inn Talybont
    • Time: 4:30pm
    • Info: Shango and Chef are a powerful djembe and guitar two piece that play a selection of rock and blues from the last 50 years. Soulful vocals, fancy guitar work and solid rhythms resuscitate the classics you know and love. A peppering of whimsical original songs season the tasty flavours and offer an insight into the writing genius of these two young men.

Sicknote Steve

  • Sicknote Steve 1 2016

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: Brecon Rugby Club
    • Time: 7:00pm
    • Info:  I'm assuming here that Sicknote Steve could be a bit like Seasick Steve.  Do you like your blues played on rudimentary instruments and hollered as if your life depended on it? Do you long for the days when Seasick Steve played small clubs and didn’t command such a hefty entrance fee, well if you answered yes to the following couple of questions salvation could be in hand. Whilst stumbling around at Upton Blues Festival, we chanced upon Mr Sicknote Steve, a man who know’s a think about feral howling blues and recreating that authentic Seasick sound.
    • www.sicknotesteve.co.uk
  • Sicknote Steve 1 2016

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 2:00pm
    • Info:  I'm assuming here that Sicknote Steve could be a bit like Seasick Steve.  Do you like your blues played on rudimentary instruments and hollered as if your life depended on it? Do you long for the days when Seasick Steve played small clubs and didn’t command such a hefty entrance fee, well if you answered yes to the following couple of questions salvation could be in hand. Whilst stumbling around at Upton Blues Festival, we chanced upon Mr Sicknote Steve, a man who know’s a think about feral howling blues and recreating that authentic Seasick sound.
    • www.sicknotesteve.co.uk
  • Sicknote Steve 1 2016

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 4:15pm
    • Info:  I'm assuming here that Sicknote Steve could be a bit like Seasick Steve.  Do you like your blues played on rudimentary instruments and hollered as if your life depended on it? Do you long for the days when Seasick Steve played small clubs and didn’t command such a hefty entrance fee, well if you answered yes to the following couple of questions salvation could be in hand. Whilst stumbling around at Upton Blues Festival, we chanced upon Mr Sicknote Steve, a man who know’s a think about feral howling blues and recreating that authentic Seasick sound.
    • www.sicknotesteve.co.uk
  • Sicknote Steve 1 2016

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Tap
    • Time: 10:30pm
    • Info:  I'm assuming here that Sicknote Steve could be a bit like Seasick Steve.  Do you like your blues played on rudimentary instruments and hollered as if your life depended on it? Do you long for the days when Seasick Steve played small clubs and didn’t command such a hefty entrance fee, well if you answered yes to the following couple of questions salvation could be in hand. Whilst stumbling around at Upton Blues Festival, we chanced upon Mr Sicknote Steve, a man who know’s a think about feral howling blues and recreating that authentic Seasick sound.
    • www.sicknotesteve.co.uk
  • Sicknote Steve 1 2016

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Brecon Workmens Social Club
    • Time: 4:30pm
    • Info:  I'm assuming here that Sicknote Steve could be a bit like Seasick Steve.  Do you like your blues played on rudimentary instruments and hollered as if your life depended on it? Do you long for the days when Seasick Steve played small clubs and didn’t command such a hefty entrance fee, well if you answered yes to the following couple of questions salvation could be in hand. Whilst stumbling around at Upton Blues Festival, we chanced upon Mr Sicknote Steve, a man who know’s a think about feral howling blues and recreating that authentic Seasick sound.
    • www.sicknotesteve.co.uk

Ska Disco


Slow Glass

  • Slow Glass Cap

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Casa
    • Time: 5:00pm
    • Info: They say: Slow Glass is a Sci-Fi concept, of glass that takes many years for light to pass through it - Ade & Philip are Slow Glass - the musical equivalent, as most of our repertoire has taken many years to seep through. It could be Fats Waller, Joni Mitchell, The Eagles, Bob Dylan, Sinatra, Bette Midler, The Kinks, Katy Melua or even Green Day - we guarantee something you can sing along with as we take a trip down memory lane.

Soul Sensation


Spirit Of Boogie

  • Spirit Of Boogie

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 9:30pm
    • Info: Spirit of Boogie are 12 of the Valleys best musicians playing the funkiest music around! A Supergroup funk band bringing together the finest musicians straight outta the valleys! Spirit of Boogie are 12 of the Valleys best musicians playing the funkiest music around! A bozo family of spaced out mothers intent on shifting your brains and moving your butts. Solid Grooves, Disconnecting the Mothership Connection, String cleaning, Jive turkying, All manner of bodacious awesomeness.                                                                                                              FRINGE WRITE-UP: Spirit Of Boogie Dance with the boogie get high. 'Cause boogie nights are always the best in town. Or so sung Heatwave in 1976. Fast forward about 40 years and it’s another bunch of chaps and chapettes singing and playing with identical gusto. Some might say with a bit more gusto than that of the original. Spirit Of Boogie call themselves the baddest and the downright craziest eleven piece funk mega band this universe has ever seen. And I’m not going to argue with that. No way. As they say: Got to keep on dancing. Keep on dancing. Spirit Of Boogie play The Clarence on Fringe Friday at 9.15pm.

Sssnakes

  • sssnakes

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 7:00pm
    • Info:  Sssnakes are a five piece band consisting of acoustic, lead & rhythm guitar, bass and drums. We’re situated across the South Wales Valleys and have a focus on chord driven riffs complimented by distinctly exuberant lead lines. Our routes are firmly set in British rock ‘n roll with a definitive nod to the indie bands of the 80’s & 90’s. We recently achieved 1st place in Bangor’s Popular Music Competition and have since developed a considerable amount of commendation in the local area. Expect anthemic choruses, abrasive vocals and a charming demeanour.

Steph James

  • Steph james 2018

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 1:00pm
    • Info: Steph James is a Brecon- based singer and guitarist who has performed all over South Wales and England as an acoustic covers pop artist. .
  • Steph james 2018

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Bank Bar and Kitchen
    • Time: 4:45pm
    • Info: Steph James is a Brecon- based singer and guitarist who has performed all over South Wales and England as an acoustic covers pop artist. .

Street Party

  • Street Party

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: Bar Rorkes
    • Time: 7:00pm
    • Info:  Street Party at Bar Rorkes!
  • Street Party

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Bar Rorkes
    • Time: 7:00pm
    • Info:  Street Party at Bar Rorkes!
  • Street Party

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Bar Rorkes
    • Time: 7:00pm
    • Info:  Street Party at Bar Rorkes!

Sudden Impact

  • sudden impact

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Bank Bar and Kitchen
    • Time: 2:15pm
    • Info: Back for the second tear at Brecon Fringe, pop and rock covers band

Sweet Ignitions

  • Sweet Ignitions 2018

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: The Muse
    • Time: 7:15pm
    • Info: Sweet Ignitions are a 4 piece rock/alternative band based in the shadows of the Black Mountains in glorious South Wales UK “Sludgy, groovesome and rather excellent” - Adam Walton (BBC Introducing, Radio Wales)

Synergy Choir

  • Brecon Fringe Book

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 1:00pm
    • Info:  Male choir from Abergavenny.

Tap's Got Talent with Fil Z

  • Brecon Fringe Book

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Brecon Tap
    • Time: 1:00pm
    • Info: With Fil Z, Ellen James, Bob Gallie, Erin Lancaster, Bob Evans and Lesley Elworthy. 

Tarion

  • Tarion 2017

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 7:30pm
    • Info: Tarion are a female rock band from S E Wales, playing an original upbeat exciting live set...lil bit rocky, lil bit funky, lil bit punky. Mesmerising inspiring vocals from captivating front singer J, funky chunky guitar riffs by Clare, steady baselines from Judybass, and ripping beats from awesome drummer Sali.
  • Tarion 2017

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Pilgrims Tearooms, Cathedral Close
    • Time: 6:00pm
    • Info: Tarion are a female rock band from S E Wales, playing an original upbeat exciting live set...lil bit rocky, lil bit funky, lil bit punky. Mesmerising inspiring vocals from captivating front singer J, funky chunky guitar riffs by Clare, steady baselines from Judybass, and ripping beats from awesome drummer Sali.

TBC - to be confirmed!

  • Valve

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Rugby Club
    • Time: 9:30pm
    • Info:  TBC - the hardest working band in Wales! 
  • Valve

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Brecon Rugby Club
    • Time: 12:00pm
    • Info:  TBC - the hardest working band in Wales! 
  • Valve

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Brecon Rugby Club
    • Time: 7:30pm
    • Info:  TBC - the hardest working band in Wales! 
  • Valve

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Castle Hotel
    • Time: 7:30pm
    • Info:  TBC - the hardest working band in Wales! 

The Acoustix

  • The Acoustix

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 9:45pm
    • Info: Three piece band playing various types of covers music.
  • The Acoustix

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 3:00pm
    • Info: Three piece band playing various types of covers music.

The Albino Frogs

  • Albino Frogs 2016 a

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Rugby Club
    • Time: 5:00pm
    • Info: The Albino Frogs biog says: "They are simply known as “The Frogs” to their ever growing number of followers supporting their smiling upbeat music, This five piece band from the South Wales Valleys appeals to all ages, as they deal out plenty of funky Latin rocky grooves, which get your foot tapping and the body swaying. It doesn’t end there, there's also some jazz and country thrown into the mix for good measure. The song writing is top draw; it gets you going with instantly hummable melodies and memorable hooks, so much so that by the second chorus you are easily singing along. Solid yet funky bass, drums, and percussion are provided by Daryl Cook, Dai Lewis, and Remo Lusardi, serving to underpin the slap and tickle guitar style, and powerful vocal of Ian Day, while Ric Lawton’s virtuoso saxophone, puts the icing on the cake.With 3 and 4 part vocal harmonies in abundance, The Frogs generate a very full tight and inspiring sound. Its Steely Dan meets Huw and Cry meets Little Feet, for those who like comparisons, but for this band, truly original and quirky is what they’re about."   “Album review. Artist : Albino Frogs Title : Big Dog (2016) Albino Frogs are not what you expect - 5 middle aged folkies they are not. Think instead, Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers, Was Not Was, Tom Scott or any of those smooth US jazz influenced bands - there's even a bit of Robbie Robertson in there ! 'Big Dog' is their third album and what an album it is ! Great songwriting and playing from Ian Day and the musicianship is superb too - solid grooves from Dai Lewis and Remo Lusardi with sublime bass playing from Daz Cook, but what puts these guys head and shoulders above their contemporaries is the addition of Ric Lawton on Sax & flute. If you get the chance to see these guys live grab it with both hands and get a hold of 'Big Dog' now ! Further suggested listening : The Loop / Dragon's Rock. www.reverbnation.com/albinofrogs” — Mike Kennedy, Welsh Connections  
  • Albino Frogs 2016 a

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Northcote Con Club
    • Time: 8:30pm
    • Info: The Albino Frogs biog says: "They are simply known as “The Frogs” to their ever growing number of followers supporting their smiling upbeat music, This five piece band from the South Wales Valleys appeals to all ages, as they deal out plenty of funky Latin rocky grooves, which get your foot tapping and the body swaying. It doesn’t end there, there's also some jazz and country thrown into the mix for good measure. The song writing is top draw; it gets you going with instantly hummable melodies and memorable hooks, so much so that by the second chorus you are easily singing along. Solid yet funky bass, drums, and percussion are provided by Daryl Cook, Dai Lewis, and Remo Lusardi, serving to underpin the slap and tickle guitar style, and powerful vocal of Ian Day, while Ric Lawton’s virtuoso saxophone, puts the icing on the cake.With 3 and 4 part vocal harmonies in abundance, The Frogs generate a very full tight and inspiring sound. Its Steely Dan meets Huw and Cry meets Little Feet, for those who like comparisons, but for this band, truly original and quirky is what they’re about."   “Album review. Artist : Albino Frogs Title : Big Dog (2016) Albino Frogs are not what you expect - 5 middle aged folkies they are not. Think instead, Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers, Was Not Was, Tom Scott or any of those smooth US jazz influenced bands - there's even a bit of Robbie Robertson in there ! 'Big Dog' is their third album and what an album it is ! Great songwriting and playing from Ian Day and the musicianship is superb too - solid grooves from Dai Lewis and Remo Lusardi with sublime bass playing from Daz Cook, but what puts these guys head and shoulders above their contemporaries is the addition of Ric Lawton on Sax & flute. If you get the chance to see these guys live grab it with both hands and get a hold of 'Big Dog' now ! Further suggested listening : The Loop / Dragon's Rock. www.reverbnation.com/albinofrogs” — Mike Kennedy, Welsh Connections  

The Bakestones

  • The Bakestones

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 8:00pm
    • Info: Harmonica sucking, guitar plucking, foot stomping band. With an eclectic mix of original music, ranging from a raw bluesy sound to funky rock.

The Bay Rum Hounds

  • brh

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Castle Hotel
    • Time: 5:30pm
    • Info:  Anthony (harmonica) and Ed (guitar) formed Bay Rum Hounds to play traditional acoustic country blues, hokum, early Chicago blues, gospel and swing. Bob (percussion) and Jason (double bass) have been added to the line up, and gig as duo, trio or 4 piece. They say: This year we are playing Upton festival, Brecon Fringe, Tenby Blues as well as being regulars at Cardiff's Cafe Jazz, Cardiff and Bristol Bootleggers, and Goose and Cuckoo near Abergavenny. Have just gigged at Brown's in Laugharne and a very successful private garden party! We have recorded our first CD with a mixture of full band and duo songs. See us on Facebook and Reverbnation. Future plans include world domination and continuing to enjoy our music. https://www.facebook.com/BayRumHounds/
    • www.facebook.com/BayRumHounds/
  • brh

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Tap
    • Time: 9:00pm
    • Info:  Anthony (harmonica) and Ed (guitar) formed Bay Rum Hounds to play traditional acoustic country blues, hokum, early Chicago blues, gospel and swing. Bob (percussion) and Jason (double bass) have been added to the line up, and gig as duo, trio or 4 piece. They say: This year we are playing Upton festival, Brecon Fringe, Tenby Blues as well as being regulars at Cardiff's Cafe Jazz, Cardiff and Bristol Bootleggers, and Goose and Cuckoo near Abergavenny. Have just gigged at Brown's in Laugharne and a very successful private garden party! We have recorded our first CD with a mixture of full band and duo songs. See us on Facebook and Reverbnation. Future plans include world domination and continuing to enjoy our music. https://www.facebook.com/BayRumHounds/
    • www.facebook.com/BayRumHounds/

The Big Fibbers

  • The Big Fibbers

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Castle Hotel
    • Time: 12:30pm
    • Info: The Big Fibbers are back!!! Fronted by, Monster Raving Loony Party Minister for Blatant Lies, Nigel Knapp - (U saw him on the telly nodding sagely behind Jeremy Corbyn at the last General Election), The Fibbers entertain any and every audience with their songs about booze, madness, ghosts of love, aliens, fish, coal-mining crows and even more booze. A Riot of Absurdist Blues, Space-age Pop & Psychedelic Folk ! - The big fibbers One of the most energetic acoustic acts on the circuit - driven by Michael McDonough Jones' explosive and dynamic guitar playing, whilst colourful frontman Nigel Knapp entertains any and every audience. www.bigfibbers.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/groups/103335077093/
    • www.bigfibbers.co.uk
  • The Big Fibbers

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Pilgrims Tearooms, Cathedral Close
    • Time: 4:30pm
    • Info: The Big Fibbers are back!!! Fronted by, Monster Raving Loony Party Minister for Blatant Lies, Nigel Knapp - (U saw him on the telly nodding sagely behind Jeremy Corbyn at the last General Election), The Fibbers entertain any and every audience with their songs about booze, madness, ghosts of love, aliens, fish, coal-mining crows and even more booze. A Riot of Absurdist Blues, Space-age Pop & Psychedelic Folk ! - The big fibbers One of the most energetic acoustic acts on the circuit - driven by Michael McDonough Jones' explosive and dynamic guitar playing, whilst colourful frontman Nigel Knapp entertains any and every audience. www.bigfibbers.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/groups/103335077093/
    • www.bigfibbers.co.uk

The Breakfast Club

  • Thursday 9th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 9:00pm
    • Info: 80s tribute band. Playing all the hits of the 80s with a couple of Oasis numbers to keep the landlord happy!!
  • Friday 10th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 7:00pm
    • Info: 80s tribute band. Playing all the hits of the 80s with a couple of Oasis numbers to keep the landlord happy!!

The Bus Pass Blues Band

  • bus pass blues band

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Castle Hotel
    • Time: 4:00pm
    • Info: Music changes over the generations, for better or for worse, but As they say, there’s no school like the old school and Over two years ago four talented ex pros got together and formed something that caused Jaws to drop all over South Wales. Front man, gentleman, family man and dear friend Todd Sadly passed away in March 2018. As Bus Pass seemed destined to be without a voice that seemed irreplaceable, legacy played its hand and Todd’s talented son Jamie took to the mic, once again. A true passing from father to son. Since then a synergy has evolved in Buss Pass that both father and son should and would be truly be proud of. This is a band for all the family, from all the family... https://www.facebook.com/TheBusPassBluesBand/
    • www.facebook.com/graham.howellmorgan

The Dole Age

  • The Dole Age

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 8:00pm
    • Info:  These 5 Merthyr boys put nothing but energy and passion into their live performances, they've been compared to the likes of The Libertines, The Housemartens and The Bluetones but you could never define their diverse sound. After a few line up changes, the boys are starting to conquer the local and national music scene, playing gigs all over the UK and gaining prime time radio play on BBC Radio Wales and various other radio stations building on their ever-growing fan base.
    • www.facebook.com/thedoleage/?fref=ts

The Eezygeezers

  • Eezygeezers 2

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 7:00pm
    • Info: The Eezygeezers were born from the ashes of the Heebeegeebeezs one of Breconshires best loved covers bands. Our core philosophy is eclecticism, and we entertain audiences with a mixture of weird and wonderful songs outside the orbit of most other bands. From classic 60's, mod to metal, psychedelia to dance, glam rock to grunge, punk to ska and roots rock reggae and the downright weird, get on board the national express with Gethin Evans (guitars/vocals), Sean Hackett ( drums/percussion), Jon Price ( bass/vocals) and Nigel "drilla" Williams ( keyboard/vocals), and let these geezers take you on a magical mystery tour.

The Flicks


The Jaw

  • The Jaw 2017

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: The Muse
    • Time: 9:30pm
    • Info: The Jaw are a never note perfect wit-punk three piece band from Brixton. One third harsh on the ear, two thirds easy on the eye, They sing/shout weird pop songs about such everyday subjects as finding and falling in love with decapitated human hands and the importance of keeping 'your eyes open when you fuck'. Performances from The Jaw often feature levels of boy-girl swordplay, radioactive makeup and skin on show some conservatives may find offensive. Amen. Having been together for 2 years, The Jaw have smashed the London gig scene. Ventures further afield include Brecon Fringe Festival and tours across the south of England. They have supported the infamous Daniel Wakeford as well as performing alongside Tankus the Henge and Flight Brigade. Pre-Jaw, Molly, Mae-Anne and Don Jon toured internationally with world renowned artists and theatre projects and consequently found each other through this network of artists and friends. The Jaw is an explosive artistic project that feeds the soul with its harmonies and challenges the norm with its lyrics. @TheJawband – Facebook and Twitter @TheJawmusic - Instagram www.soundcloud.com/thejawband
    • www.facebook.com/TheJawband/

The Jazzabelles

  • The Jazzabelles

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: Pilgrims Tearooms, Cathedral Close
    • Time: 2:00pm
    • Info: Vocal jazz duo The Jazzabelles will take you on a journey through much loved classics from The Great American Songbook through to contemporary arsists such as Norah Jones via Dionne Warwick, Julie London and Nina Simone.

The Mists Of Time

  • Mists Of Time 2014

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: Brecon Rugby Club
    • Time: 9:00pm
    • Info: The Mists Of Time recreate hits from the 60s with an authentic sound. Bob Whittaker: guitar / vocals Roger Leakey: bass Carolyn Chick: keyboards / vocals Geoff Gage: drums / vocals
    • www.themistsoftime.co.uk
  • Mists Of Time 2014

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Brecon Rugby Club
    • Time: 2:00pm
    • Info: The Mists Of Time recreate hits from the 60s with an authentic sound. Bob Whittaker: guitar / vocals Roger Leakey: bass Carolyn Chick: keyboards / vocals Geoff Gage: drums / vocals
    • www.themistsoftime.co.uk

The Moonbirds

  • the moonbirds

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 9:00pm
    • Info: The Moon Birds are a 5 piece funk, soul and blues band from Merthyr Tydfil. Widely-renowned for their exceptionally mesmerising live performances, The Moon Birds are a fearsome force in the Welsh music scene, recently winning the highly acclaimed Big Gig 2016 competition and also being voted Cardiff's best live band at the 2017 Cardiff Music Awards.

The Parcel Of Rogues

  • Parcel Of Rogues 2013

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Workmens Social Club
    • Time: 12:30pm
    • Info: The Parcel Of Rogues are a folk rock band playing an eclectic mix of folk, roots, and rock based music. The repertoire is widely diverse, from driving foot stompers to slow atmospheric ballads, with a selection of traditional and Irish folk songs, plus a wide range in between! All performed with excellent musicianship, vocal harmonies and peppered with a great deal of fun, they are always well received by their audiences. The band likes to get the audience involved, singing and dancing, and are not a ‘finger in the ear’ type of band by any means! The most frequently heard comments about the band: "What a breath of fresh air these guys are - definitely not the same old, same-old!"   www.parcel-of-rogues.co.uk
    • www.parcel-of-rogues.co.uk
  • Parcel Of Rogues 2013

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Rugby Club
    • Time: 3:00pm
    • Info: The Parcel Of Rogues are a folk rock band playing an eclectic mix of folk, roots, and rock based music. The repertoire is widely diverse, from driving foot stompers to slow atmospheric ballads, with a selection of traditional and Irish folk songs, plus a wide range in between! All performed with excellent musicianship, vocal harmonies and peppered with a great deal of fun, they are always well received by their audiences. The band likes to get the audience involved, singing and dancing, and are not a ‘finger in the ear’ type of band by any means! The most frequently heard comments about the band: "What a breath of fresh air these guys are - definitely not the same old, same-old!"   www.parcel-of-rogues.co.uk
    • www.parcel-of-rogues.co.uk

The Quay Street Band

  • quay st

    Friday 10th August

    • Venue: Castle Hotel
    • Time: 8:00pm
    • Info: Quay Street are a Cardigan based rock and rhythm n blues outfit providing a quality blend of classic standards alongside original material. https://www.facebook.com/quaystreetpage/
    • www.facebook.com/quaystreetpage/
  • quay st

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 7:30pm
    • Info: Quay Street are a Cardigan based rock and rhythm n blues outfit providing a quality blend of classic standards alongside original material. https://www.facebook.com/quaystreetpage/
    • www.facebook.com/quaystreetpage/

The Rite of Strings

  • Brecon Fringe Book

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Castle Hotel
    • Time: 3:00pm
    • Info: (TROY & Sonia Hammond) Fusing the raw elements of blues guitar with the stylish sophistication of classical cello, The Rite of Strings conjure up a heady mix of traditional roots, fiery improvisations and visceral originality. https://www.facebook.com/troy.redfern.3 http://troyredfern.com/
  • Brecon Fringe Book

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 3:00pm
    • Info: (TROY & Sonia Hammond) Fusing the raw elements of blues guitar with the stylish sophistication of classical cello, The Rite of Strings conjure up a heady mix of traditional roots, fiery improvisations and visceral originality. https://www.facebook.com/troy.redfern.3 http://troyredfern.com/

The Semantics

  • The Semantics

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Workmens Social Club
    • Time: 2:00pm
    • Info: THE SEMANTICS, THE MUSICAL EQUIVALENT OF TRIGGERS BROOM! OVER 20 ODD YEARS EVERY BAND MEMBER HAS CHANGED UMPTEEN TIMES EACH BRINGING SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO THE SET, SO NOW YOU CAN HAVE DAFT PUNK SITTING EFFORTLESSLY NEXT TO JOHNNY CASH, JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE NEXT TO LITTLE FEAT, SOUL NEXT TO COUNTRY, REGGAE NEXT TO ROCK AND GOSPEL NEXT TO WHO KNOWS WHAT! PLAYING OUR FAVOURITE VENUES, THE LABOUR CLUB, THE CLARENCE AND THE WELLIE, THE ONLY THINGS GUARANTEED ARE THAT WE WONT BE PLAYING SEX ON FIRE OR DAKOTA AND WE STILL HAVEN’T FOUND OUT WHAT A SET LIST IS. OR WHOSE IN THE BAND. IN FACT WE MAKE IT UP ON THE NIGHT, A COMBINATION OF WHAT WE LIKE AND WHAT YOU REQUEST (WELL IF WE KNOW IT AT ANY RATE). BE PREPARED TO SING AND DANCE AND FEEL GOOD. PLEASE LEAVE ANY SERIOUS FACES AT THE DOOR AND COLLECT THEM ON THE WAY OUT
  • The Semantics

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Wellington Hotel
    • Time: 9:00pm
    • Info: THE SEMANTICS, THE MUSICAL EQUIVALENT OF TRIGGERS BROOM! OVER 20 ODD YEARS EVERY BAND MEMBER HAS CHANGED UMPTEEN TIMES EACH BRINGING SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO THE SET, SO NOW YOU CAN HAVE DAFT PUNK SITTING EFFORTLESSLY NEXT TO JOHNNY CASH, JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE NEXT TO LITTLE FEAT, SOUL NEXT TO COUNTRY, REGGAE NEXT TO ROCK AND GOSPEL NEXT TO WHO KNOWS WHAT! PLAYING OUR FAVOURITE VENUES, THE LABOUR CLUB, THE CLARENCE AND THE WELLIE, THE ONLY THINGS GUARANTEED ARE THAT WE WONT BE PLAYING SEX ON FIRE OR DAKOTA AND WE STILL HAVEN’T FOUND OUT WHAT A SET LIST IS. OR WHOSE IN THE BAND. IN FACT WE MAKE IT UP ON THE NIGHT, A COMBINATION OF WHAT WE LIKE AND WHAT YOU REQUEST (WELL IF WE KNOW IT AT ANY RATE). BE PREPARED TO SING AND DANCE AND FEEL GOOD. PLEASE LEAVE ANY SERIOUS FACES AT THE DOOR AND COLLECT THEM ON THE WAY OUT
  • The Semantics

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Brecon Workmens Social Club
    • Time: 2:45pm
    • Info: THE SEMANTICS, THE MUSICAL EQUIVALENT OF TRIGGERS BROOM! OVER 20 ODD YEARS EVERY BAND MEMBER HAS CHANGED UMPTEEN TIMES EACH BRINGING SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO THE SET, SO NOW YOU CAN HAVE DAFT PUNK SITTING EFFORTLESSLY NEXT TO JOHNNY CASH, JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE NEXT TO LITTLE FEAT, SOUL NEXT TO COUNTRY, REGGAE NEXT TO ROCK AND GOSPEL NEXT TO WHO KNOWS WHAT! PLAYING OUR FAVOURITE VENUES, THE LABOUR CLUB, THE CLARENCE AND THE WELLIE, THE ONLY THINGS GUARANTEED ARE THAT WE WONT BE PLAYING SEX ON FIRE OR DAKOTA AND WE STILL HAVEN’T FOUND OUT WHAT A SET LIST IS. OR WHOSE IN THE BAND. IN FACT WE MAKE IT UP ON THE NIGHT, A COMBINATION OF WHAT WE LIKE AND WHAT YOU REQUEST (WELL IF WE KNOW IT AT ANY RATE). BE PREPARED TO SING AND DANCE AND FEEL GOOD. PLEASE LEAVE ANY SERIOUS FACES AT THE DOOR AND COLLECT THEM ON THE WAY OUT
  • The Semantics

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 5:00pm
    • Info: THE SEMANTICS, THE MUSICAL EQUIVALENT OF TRIGGERS BROOM! OVER 20 ODD YEARS EVERY BAND MEMBER HAS CHANGED UMPTEEN TIMES EACH BRINGING SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO THE SET, SO NOW YOU CAN HAVE DAFT PUNK SITTING EFFORTLESSLY NEXT TO JOHNNY CASH, JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE NEXT TO LITTLE FEAT, SOUL NEXT TO COUNTRY, REGGAE NEXT TO ROCK AND GOSPEL NEXT TO WHO KNOWS WHAT! PLAYING OUR FAVOURITE VENUES, THE LABOUR CLUB, THE CLARENCE AND THE WELLIE, THE ONLY THINGS GUARANTEED ARE THAT WE WONT BE PLAYING SEX ON FIRE OR DAKOTA AND WE STILL HAVEN’T FOUND OUT WHAT A SET LIST IS. OR WHOSE IN THE BAND. IN FACT WE MAKE IT UP ON THE NIGHT, A COMBINATION OF WHAT WE LIKE AND WHAT YOU REQUEST (WELL IF WE KNOW IT AT ANY RATE). BE PREPARED TO SING AND DANCE AND FEEL GOOD. PLEASE LEAVE ANY SERIOUS FACES AT THE DOOR AND COLLECT THEM ON THE WAY OUT

The Spectrums

  • spectrums 2018

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: The Gremlin
    • Time: 4:00pm
    • Info: A 5-piece 80s Synth-Pop / New Wave cover band from Aberdare. The band fly through hit after hit from the coolest side of the 1980s. Very energetic and ready to present their eager fan base with a synth-tastic punch of Electro tunes from artists such as OMD, Yazoo, Adam & The Ants, Soft Cell, Talk Talk, Depeche Mode and more...

The Stangs

  • The Stangs

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Boars Head
    • Time: 5:00pm
    • Info:  The Stangs are a three-piece rhythm and blues band from Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Formed in 2015, and now with a debut EP under their belt, The Stangs have been described as one of the UK’s most exciting rhythm and blues bands. The Stangs’ sound has been described as a 21st-century iteration of the early rhythm and blues artists that inspired the likes of The Kinks, The Who, and The Rolling Stones. BBC Radio Wales’ Adam Walton favourably compared The Stangs’ sound to Dr. Feelgood’s early recordings.

The Stokers

  • Stokers Live

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: The Gremlin
    • Time: 4:30pm
    • Info: The Stokers are a good time rocking Rhythm and Blues band that take their influences from Dr.Feelgood, early Fleetwood Mac, and B.B. King. They also incorporate songs from The Blues Brothers and The Commitments soundtracks within their set list. Formed in Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales in 2003 the Band were originally called “The Mean-Eyed Cats”, the band comprised of Allan ‘Lefty’ Jones (Lead Guitar and Lead Vocal) Andy Thomas (Bass Guitar) Steve ‘Shippy’ Shipman (Harmonica and Backing Vocals) GJ Williams (Saxophone, Lead and Backing Vocals) and Paul Williams (Drums). In March of 2009 they recruited Gavin James (keyboards) and in 2010 bolstered the sound further by recruiting Peter Walker (Guitar and Backing Vocals).    
    • www.facebook.com/TheStokersBand

The Tudor Kings of Rhythm

  • Tudor Kings of Rhythm

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: RAFA Club
    • Time: 8:00pm
    • Info: The Kings of Rhythm are a five piece mainstream jazz band

The Welsh Guitar Duo


Tim Manning

  • Tim Manning 2017

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Ardent Gallery
    • Time: 6:00pm
    • Info: Tim Manning from Blind River Scare does a solo spot. Blind River Scare produce Americana-tinged bitter-sweet songs played within a laid back folk rock template.

Tom Crow

  • Tom Crow

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Ardent Gallery
    • Time: 12:30pm
    • Info: A South Wales singer songwriter, Tom Crow plays his own self penned songs which tell of the eloquent misery and splendid humanity steeped in the rich history of valley life, the valleys and their modern day decline. His music is delivered in a heartfelt acoustic folk Americana or Celticana style. His songs have been featured numerous times on BBC Radio Wales Celtic Heartbeat and many other independent stations. Tom Crow played at the Cambridge Fringe Folk Festival in 2017 sharing a stage with John Boden formerly frontman of Bellowhead.

Toriah Fontaine

  • Toriah Fontaine

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Brecon Rugby Club
    • Time: 7:30pm
    • Info: “Her voice is powerful, she sings with passion and spirit and delivers her brand of blues in a way that entrances her audience. Think Amy Winehouse crossed with Etta James, a sprinkling of Sister Rosetta Tharpe and a soupcon of Mavis Staples and you'll be in the right area”. Toriah and the band have played some pretty big stages, including the British main stage at the Great British Rock and Blues Festival in Colne.    
    • www.toriahfontaine.co.uk
  • Toriah Fontaine

    Sunday 12th August

    • Venue: Castle Hotel
    • Time: 4:00pm
    • Info: “Her voice is powerful, she sings with passion and spirit and delivers her brand of blues in a way that entrances her audience. Think Amy Winehouse crossed with Etta James, a sprinkling of Sister Rosetta Tharpe and a soupcon of Mavis Staples and you'll be in the right area”. Toriah and the band have played some pretty big stages, including the British main stage at the Great British Rock and Blues Festival in Colne.    
    • www.toriahfontaine.co.uk

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Treasure Island Picnic


Tupelo Highway

  • Tupelo Highway

    Saturday 11th August

    • Venue: Clarence Inn
    • Time: 2:15pm
    • Info: Funky Blues + Soul. Carolyn Delyth Chick: Keys / Vocals. Phillip Court:Bass. Bob Whittaker: Guitar / Vocals. John Munro: Drums  


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Brecon Fringe Festival 2018

Brecon Fringe Festival 2018 takes place from Thursday, August 9 - Sunday, August 12. There are 25+ venues with live music and other events taking place all over town and in nearby villages.

 

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