September 2020

2020 North Wales Blues and Soul micro-festival!

We are really happy to announce a few evenings of live music! It's happening at Theatr Clwyd's outdoor arena, but limited to an audience of 100 within a social-distancing matrix!

Theatr Clwyd have been amazing in their support of the festival and are to be congratulated for their pioneering & innovative approach to kickstarting live events. Additionally, all of the artists have been incredible in working with us to make this happen.

Three evenings of fantastic blues and soul music.

An incredible line up of the best in blues and soul.

Hosted on the fields of Theatr Clwyd overlooking Mold and the Clwydian Range

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Previous years have featured acts such as:

Doug MacLeod, Aynsley Lister, Laurence Jones, Connie Lush, King King,
David Sinclair 4, The Foundations, Liam Ward Band, Alex McKown,
Tom Attah & The Bad Man Clan, Midnite Johnny, Rebecca Downes Band, Born Healer,
The Brothers Groove, Matt Wolff Band, Rita Payne, Babajack
and many more!

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Set on top of a hill at Theatr Clwyd's outdoor arena, overlooking the beautiful market town of Mold and the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty beyond.

Getting Here

Mold is quick and easy to access from all over the country. Less than an hour from Manchester or Bangor by car.
The roads surrounding the theatre have prominent brown and white signs making us very easy to find. Just up the road from Flintshire’s County Council’s Head Offices and the Law Court (which are also well marked).

Our address: Theatr Clwyd, Raikes Lane, Mold, CH7 1YA

What Three Words address: slices.wakes.drawn

Public Transport

There is a bus stop outside the theatre on the routes from Mold, Flint and Chester. Our nearest train stations are Flint (5 miles), Chester (11 miles) and Buckley (5 miles). There are cycle racks outside the theatre.

By Road

From the North Wales coast, take the A55 towards Chester, take the exit signed Flint and turn right towards Mold. Go through the villages of Northop and Sychdyn, and look for a well signposted right hand turn into the theatre!
From Chester or North West England, take signs for North Wales and Conway. From the A55, filter left onto the A494 for Mold. As you approach the town, there are well signposted signs to the theatre on your right.
From other directions, go through Mold and take the A494 Queensferry road. The theatre is signposted on the left just after you leave the town.
To use your satnav, Interesting Point have provided location files for the festival, and various places around the town. Please choose the files for your device: Garmin, Navman or TomTom.


There is a large undercover car park operated by Flintshire County Council at the front of the building with tunnel access direct to the theatre foyer. The tunnel entrance has steps so is not suitable for those with access needs. Recently the council has introduced charges to use the car park however it is only £1.50 for a full day, 50p for 2 hours and is pay and display Monday to Saturday from 8am to 5pm. We ask for people to avoid parking outside the front of the building to ensure disabled access and for emergency service access.


There are several taxi companies in the Mold area, we would always recommend pre-booking as they can get very busy.
Call Pied Bull Executive Travel on 07739 545348 to reserve your car! Other taxi firms are listed in the festival programme.

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Performer / Band please contact: Charlie Goodfella