Blue Moon Festival
Early bird tickets for the Blue Moon Festival are now on sale!
This year the Blue Moon Festival will take place on 21st July from midday until 11pm with all proceeds going towards YHA's charity fund.
We are very excited to announce this year's headliners - the absolutely amazing People's String Foundation Duo.
Also playing will be The Rin Tins, Lost in Space, One Ground, Dysfunction, She Robot, Luke De-Sciscio, Arthur Cunnington, Kiera Osment and more acts to be confirmed.
Sperry Tents have again kindly donated a huge marquee for the music, stalls and pop-up bar. There will be children's craft activities as well as a music workshop where children will be able to make their own instrument, learn a tune and even play on stage.
We'll be serving food and drinks from the bar and there'll also be a yummy BBQ.
Don't miss out on this very special event!
Booking details: Call YHA Treyarnon Bay on 01841 520322 or pop in to the hostel to buy tickets.
21st July 2018, 12noon - 11pm
Under 16s - free
Adults - £8
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