What’s on in Wrexham and beyond – Summer 2017
Traditionally at this time of year, students will be knuckling down and preparing for exams or coursework deadlines. But don’t forget, that as well as all that revision, you’ll need to allow yourself some time to let your hair down too.
So let’s take a look at some of the bigger events that are happening in and around Wrexham over the next couple of months so you can get out and about, and enjoy the start of the summer.
North Wales Beer and Cider Festival – 19th & 20th May
Taking place at our local student hangout, the Centenary Club at the Racecourse Stadium (adjacent to the Wrexham campus).
Enjoy a wide variety of ales and ciders from around the world – tickets cost just £5 and include a commemorative glass. Tickets available online or buy on the door (subject to availability)
More info from northwalesbeerfest.org.uk
Race for Life – 4th June 2017
If running (or walking) is your thing, you can let off some steam whilst raising money and making a difference, by competing in the Wrexham Race for Life, taking place at Alyn Waters Country Park on June 4.
Sign up now at raceforlife.org
Wrexham Glyndwr University Open Day – 10th June 2017
If you aren’t yet a student, but thinking of studying here in Wrexham then why not visit our next open day on Saturday, June 10. It’s your chance to find out more about the courses we have on offer, speak to lecturers and current students and have a tour of our campus.
Register for a place at wgu.ac.uk/opendays
Wrexham Street Festival – 24th June 2017
Wrexham Street Festival takes place on the last Saturday of every month – expect to see a variety of stalls with everything from artisan food, local crafts and plenty of live music and entertainment.
More info and dates on facebook.com/wrexhamstreetfestival
Olly Murs – 24th June 2017
Following last year’s sell-out gig from the Stereophonics, the Racecourse Stadium will be hosting Olly Murs as he visits Wrexham as part of his summer tour.
Llangollen International Eisteddfod – 3rd – 9th July 2017
The Eisteddfod is always a momentous occasion in the international musical calendar, taking place annually and hosting a diverse and eclectic mix of artists from across the globe. Famous names this year include legendary jazz musician Gregory Porter and the week culminates with Llanfest, a celebration of rock music where one of the biggest welsh rock bands of all time, the Manic Street Preachers will be headlining.
More info and tickets at international-eisteddfod.co.uk
Under the Arches - 14th July 2017
Live music event next to the magnificent backdrop of Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, a world heritage site situated close to Wrexham. The aqueduct is illuminated by a stunning light show and a fantastic firework finale will end the evening’s entertainment.
More info and tickets at underthearches.co.uk