Are you looking for things to do in the Welsh capital this summer? Then you’ve come to the right place. Here you can discover exciting events that are most definitely worth attending in order to make your summer a memorable one.
July 8th – July 10th
For three days only, the biggest foodie event of the year comes to Cardiff Bay. So, get these dates in your diary to avoid forgetting about this scrumptious spread, put on by over 100 local, national and international producers.
Tuck into tasty food from around the world, watch interesting cooking demonstrations, listen to live music and soak up the atmosphere at this celebratory weekend of eating and drinking.
This date clashes with the Cardiff International Food and Drink Festival, so you may have to decide which you love the most: food or music. However, the Food Festival is on the whole weekend so you may be able to do both!
Music lovers, you’ll be in your element at St David’s Hall on July 9th this year. Sing The Musicals – Encore will feature a range of favoured songs from the most successful musicals of all time.
Be sure to join City Voices, a community choir based in Cardiff, for a night of heart-searing melodies from the West End and Broadway.
Tickets are already on sale for Pride Cymru so what are you waiting for? Head to Coopers field on August 13th this summer for non-stop fun to celebrate equality and diversity; an event Cardiff has been hosting since 1999! And this year it’s back with a bang.
Alesha Dixon will headline the event and Welsh X Factor finalist Lloyd Daniels will grace the main stage this year. Want to know the rest of the line up? Then attend this fun-filled festival and find out for yourself!
Not only will you be entertained with hours of feel-good music, there’ll be plenty of food and drink on offer, as well as a funfair and a cultural market! It’s no wonder Pride Cymru is such a success.
Award-winning wine tasting company, ThriftyFifty, is coming to Cardiff on July 19th for an educational evening of wine tasting! If this sounds up your street, book your ticket online now to avoid disappointment; places will soon be snapped up.
Head to Le Monde restaurant in the heart of Cardiff for 2 hours of educational fun. Learn the basics of wine and wine tasting, and enjoy delicious, accompanying antipasti platters. Who knew that learning could be so much fun?
So, as you now know there are plenty of events taking place in Cardiff this summer, so if you’re considering moving to the Welsh capital, you won’t be short of things to do. Turn to Cardiff letting agent Thomas George to find the perfect property for you to turn into a home. Call us on 02920 395563 today to arrange viewings.
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