Entertainment



Entertainment this year has been curated by Andy Gallanders from Blank Canvas (specialty coffee shop in Ty Pawb) and he had this to say ‘Wrexham has a fantastic amount of musical talent and it’s been an honour to curate this years entertainment’..

We will be making the most of the fantastic Victorian bandstand to stage a full weekend of entertainment. Saturday we will continue entertainment until 9pm when the site will close to the public.

So what should we expect?

Wrexham Food and Drink Festival proudly presents Saturday headliners RHYTHM TRAIN.

The field will be a full on dance floor when headliners RHYTHM TRAIN take to the stage, playing feel good family fun hits. RHYTHM TRAIN a cover band from Wrexham featuring the finest musicians from the area are always a hit whenever they take to the stage.

Saturday – Pete Rogers Compare

Wrexham newest indie rock band Brook will open the stage. Brook even though only having played a handful of shows are a tight unit having taken the time to create their sound.

Abstract regulars at Saith Seren are a 3 piece all male group playing alternative covers, these guys are really impressed us when we saw them at Ty Pawb earlier this year that we just had to ask them along.

They don’t come more angelic than Isabella Crowford, having honed her craft in London, Isabella wows crowds with her delicate yet powerful voice.

Local lad Luke Gallagher is always up for a good time and that’s why he jumped at the chance to play. Taking huge inspiration from Mod/60’s/90’s with the Mod scene/culture very close to his heart. Luke is always as entertaining as he is an absolute gent.

Dameon Jacs having cut his teeth in local bands over the years has gone solo and boy has he got a voice! This acclaimed guitarist/singer songwriter is growing into becoming a very popular artist.

Not only our Saturday headliners but Rhythm Train will be doing 2 sets at this years festival. Promising fun for all the family.

Lady and the Tramp are guaranteed to get you up and moving with their sweet covers of classic and modern songs. This 8 piece ensemble featuring trombone, trumpet and keys have been entertaining crowd everywhere they go describing themselves as a big band sound playing Rhythm & Blues and modern hits with a twist.

Headliners Rhythm Train will bring the first day to a close in style.

Sunday

A number of food challenges are being planned and will be announced very soon but entertaining us early afternoon will be 3 incredible local choirs all with different ways of celebrating life. This afternoon will get you in the mood for our friends in Wrexham’s Singing in The Streets event the following weekend.

Delta Acadmy Ladies Choir Led by Musical Director Gemma McHale, the Delta Academy Choir is an all-female group consisting of members from the Delta Divas Ladies Choir and the Delta Dragons Showchoir. Both choirs are part of the Delta Academy of Dance and Performing Arts. Based at the Delta Dance Studios in Wrexham, the choir performs classic choral arrangements combined with unique takes on musical theatre and popular modern hits.

Wrexham’s Tenovus Cancer Choir a very special choir featuring those that have been or know someone affected by cancer.

Wrexham One World Community Choir practice at Ty Pawb every Tuesday night and anyone is welcome to join in the fun, choirmistress Carol… will get you hitting notes you didn’t know you could hit in no time.

Please note all choirs are ran by passionate volunteers, buckets will be placed in front of them during their performances if you wish to donate.

Llwyn Isaf

Wrexham Town Centre

Sept. 22nd & 23rd

10am start

Limited capacity

We advise booking early!

Why not have lunch and dinner there?

Do not miss out!