Wrexham Street Festival

The town centre is gearing up for another Street Festival on Saturday which promises to be bigger and better than ever!

This month it teams up with Wrexfest which is into its sixth year and promises to have Llwyn Isaf chilled out with music throughout the day. There’ll be two music stages, Open Mic and DJ’s and a Kids Zone. You can find out more about Wrexfest here:

On Regent Street, Queen Street, Hope Street and Henblas Street there’ll be lots of entertainment, attractions, stalls of food, arts and crafts, free children’s activities and for those feeling energetic you can climb up St Giles’ Tower or take part in the Guided Historical Tour of Wrexham Town centre. This event is hosted by Philip Philips and costs just £5. You can find out further information here:

Techniquest will also open for the day where the kids can enjoy a Science Pop Up Event from 11 am.


Joining in the fun will be Tŷ Pawb who have a huge range of activities going on including painting pottery with Cwtch Ceramics, a treasure hunt, and a filmaking workshop. There’s also a film screening of comedy “You are invited to” by 73 Degree Films.

“Everyone’s involved this month”

Cllr Terry Evans, Lead Member for Economy, said: “There’s just so much going on this month! The Street Festivals are very successful and are a brilliant way of showing just what’s available for visitors to the town centre. It seems everyone’s involved this month and I wish everyone the best of luck for a very successful event.”

Further information about the Street Festival is here:

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