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Tredegar House & Country Park, Newport, Gwent, NP10 8YW, South Wales ( map)

25th Annual Festival

Put the dates below in your diary now!

Friday, Saturday & Sunday 9th, 10th & 11th May 2014

A weekend of international dance, music and song.


Our 24th festival was a great success, despite the weather!  Take a look at Mike Finn's pictures to remind yourself of what went on.


Click here to see the list of Raffle Winners 2013


Before the Festival

We will be putting on a series of Fund Raiser events for you to attend.  Click on the events below for more details of each one.

Monday 28th April Fun Quiz, Crosskeys Rugby club, Pandy Park, Crosskeys
POSTPONED UNTIL AFTER THE FESTIVAL Twmpath, St Patrick's Church Hall, Cromwell Road Newport


At the Festival

Music from


Flook  Alaw


Vin Garbutt


The Foxglove Trio

Steve Turner

(Photo by Pete Heywood)


Free dance displays from local and international dance teams.

International teams:

Folklore Ensemble Gramnitsy (Belarus), Matenik (Czech Republic), OBEREK (Poland)

Others to be confirmed

as well as Festival regulars and UK teams

Al Rakas - Blackwood School Celtic Band - Bikers Urban Morris

Brandywine - Cardiff Morris  - Chequered Flag (Appalachian)

City Clickers - Clocs Canton - Cobblers Awl - Cwmni Gwerin Pontypŵl

Dawnswyr Tawerin - Flamenco Dancers - Foxs Morris

Gwerinwyr Gwent - Heb Enw Morris - India Dance Wales - Isca Morris

Jawahir Kemysk - Oberek - O' Donnell Irish Dancers

Seven Stars (Lancashire) - Shoostring

Tiger Feet - Topaz Tribal - Widders Morris


Friday night - Dai Bach Band with caller Chris Oates

Saturday - Juice with caller Dave Parsons

REAL ALE BAR available all weekend

For more information, use the links below:

Tickets Artist Information

 Fund Raisers

Real Ale


 Visit this grand and beautiful 17th-century mansion, whose rooms and walls reverberate with fascinating stories about the Morgan family, later Lords Tredegar.  One member of the Morgan family was Captain Henry Morgan, a Welsh privateer who preyed on the Spanish fleet and colonies. He was feted by King Charles II and then went on to become Governor in Jamaica. A well-known rum is named after him.

Honorary President: Mr Paul Flynn, MP
Honorary Vice-President: Mr Marcus Butler
Honorary Vice-President: Mr Stephen Lyons







Mae Cymdeithas Genedlaethol Dawns Werin Cymru yn cefnogi y dawnsio Cymreig yn yr ŵyl.

The Welsh National Folk Dance Society is supporting the Welsh folk dancing in this festival.

For further details, contact: Sue Oates,, 01633 246241