Ymuno Festival 2014

  • Wonderfully warm and inviting

  • Great times, great people, an amazing atmosphere bring the family to Ymuno Festival

  • Very impressive

  • A real music experience

  • Ymuno is a magical, intimate festival - please have us again!

When & Where

We’ll be at Bryn Ffanigl Ganol Farm on the 4th – 6th of July, near Abergele, in beautiful North Wales

Once more we will welcome you to the sleepy meadow for a weekend of amazing music, beautiful arts and inspiring poetry, nestled in the sea-side hills of North Wales.

A weekend ticket includes: parking, camping for two nights, freshly-prepared breakfast and access to all the live music, poetry, activities, etc.

Thank You!

Ymuno Summer would like to thank all those who continue to support us and make the festival possible.

Lineup Taster


Graffiti Art

Giant Bubble Blowing

Cob Oven Bread Making

Circus Skills

Sign Langauage Workshops

Forest School Experience

Poetry Workshops

Art & Craft

Family Field Games

Reflective Spaces

A little look back...

We were delighted to welcome Riot Jazz, Michele Stodart and Kathryn Williams to the festival last year. They were ably supported by incredibly strong talent such as Neil McSweeney, Nick Pride and the Pimptones, and JP Cooper. Welsh artists such as Julia Harris, Tacsi and Banda Bacana brought their loyal followers and a good time was had by all!

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When you arrive, you’ll need to show your Eventbrite booking receipt at the registration office – it’ll be clearly marked at the entrance to the field – we’ll then provide you with festival wristbands. You can arrive from 5pm on Friday 4th (stage opens at 7pm) and we’re hoping to be cleared out by 3pm on Sunday 6th July.



You’ll be able to pitch your tent in one of the camping hamlets. The festival’s camping spaces are ample, there’s sufficient room for us all to be comfortable! Campers and vans are also welcome. There’ll also be access to toilets and water for washing.



Family activities at the festival will include: bedtime campfire story-telling, face-painting, guided star gazing, giant bubble-blowing, fancy dress disco and breadmaking sessions. There’s ample space for you to make your own fun too – feel free to bring a frisbee! Under 18’s are really welcome at the festival, but must attend with a parent / guardian.

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

We’re excited to be working alongside our friends at the Great Orme Brewery again this year – they’ll be providing a quality range of local ales. Lots of North Wales micro-brewed beery goodness to discover!

We will of course be hosting our traditional Ymuno free breakfasts; lunch and evening food options provided by local food providers will be available throughout the weekend, offering tasty treats suitable for all, at reasonable prices.



We’ve set aside the field next to the campsite for free parking, how nice are we?! You won’t be able to take your car beyond the car-park, but you can do as many trips carrying tents etc as you need – the car-park will be accessible at all times. The festival stewards will guide you through the one-way system and do their best to keep you safe and sound. If you need a hand, they may even lend some muscle!



Ymuno Festival was born out of desire to foster and connect communities far and wide with a positive vibe, good food and drink and, of course, top class fantastic music. Much of what you can expect from a weekend at the festival comes from that foundation. With that in mind, the quantity of tickets available has been intentionally capped to welcome an atmosphere that is really relaxed and friendly.