Abergavenny, Monmouthshire | TBC September 2013
Celebrate the sociability that surrounds eating & drinking, whether with friends or strangers & enjoy real Welsh hospitality with Abergavenny's own burgeoning food community.
Aberystwyth | TBC Novermber 2013
The national horror film festival which includes cult screenings and classics from around the world, as well as special guests, talks, masterclasses, live music and theatre events.
Anglesey | 27 March - 7 April 2013
This year a record number of 55 artists and 8 galleries invite you to visit for free, and look, discuss and experience the art created by Anglesey Art Forum Members.
Brecon | August 2013 TBC
Held in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National park in mid-Wales, it plays host to a range of jazz musicians who travel from across the world.
Cardiff | TBC
This festival packs summer with a full programme of events to entertain all the family, with many events being free.
Hay-on-Wye | 23 May-2 June 2013
Hay-on-Wye is the internationally famous 'town of books', situated in a magical location on the edge of the Black Mountains. It's also the home of HowTheLightGetsIn, the world's first philosophy and music festival, now in its third year.
Dinefwr Park, Carmarthenshire | TBC June-July 2013
Inaugral three-day festival combining award-winning writers and musicians in a celebration of the written word and the mythical Welsh landscape.
Portmeirion, Gwynedd | 13-15 September 2013
Brand new festival from the home of The Prisoner (hence the name!) featuring iconic headline bands New Order, Primal Scream and Spiritulaized.
Cardiff Castle | 24-25 September 2013 TBC
Sniff and nibble on more than 450 different cheeses of all shapes, sizes and flavours at Britain's biggest cheese market.
Chepstow, Monmouthshire | 1-4 August 2013
Promoting sustainable lifestyles by combining education with entertainment. With an eclectic range of music as well as many talks and discussions, crafts and activities for all the family.
Crickhowell, Powys | 15-18 August 2013
A unique boutique festival which features three days of music as well as a full programme including art, literature, film, comedy, healing zones, ceilidhs, and Welsh language poetry.
Newtown | 20-30 June 2013
Set in the beautiful countryside of rural North Powys, Gregynog Festival features performances by the world's leading musicians in intimate historic locations. This year's theme: Great Britten.
Various Venues | October 2013 TBC
160 food stalls, our farming for food marquee, cookery demonstrations, bands and, of course, the blinc digital festival.
Machynlleth | 18–25 August 2013
A week of diverse performances with strong international and Welsh elements. All at the Tabernacle, Heol Penrallt, Machynlleth, Powys
Hay-on-Wye | 23 May-2 June 2013
A literary festival with an international reputation. During the festival around 100,000 visitors will enjoy literature in all its forms and lots of music as well as plenty of celebrities.
Aberystwyth | 28-30 June 2013
This ever growing festival offers the chance to meet and study the work of distinguished, internationally known potters and ceramicists from Wales, the UK and around the world.
Vaynol Estate, Gwynedd | 25-26 May 2013
Overlooking the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, Kaya is a festival of music, youth, diversity and culture.
Machynlleth | 3 -5 May 2013
Now in its forth year the festival has gained a reputation as a real gem, boasting the kind of top-quality lineup that's beyond many of its rivals.
Vale of Glamorgan | 3-10 August 2013
One of the great festivals of the world, attracting over 160,000 visitors every year. An eclectic mixture of culture, music, visual arts and all kinds of activities
St Asaph, Denbighshire | TBC September 2013
The 40th anniversary of the festival, offering a week of magical music, offering something for all the family.
Cardiff | TBC July 2013
Taking inspiration from Bristols igfest, playArk offers a wide range of games from immersive location games to games from around the world along with a splash of retro board and video games.
Cardiff | October 2013
This music festival promotes and celebrates new acts coming in and out of Wales. It's pronounced ‘soon’ and means 'sound'.
Abersoch, Gwynedd |; TBC 12, 13, 14 July 2013
The best wakeboarders, an awesome music line-up & the most stunning location.
Builth Wells | 27-28 April 2013
An annual festival to promote wool and natural fibres in Wales. It’s aim is to bring like minded people together to network and engage with each other and have fun.
Aberystwyth | 15- 31 March 2013
Explores the edges of contemporary global cinema and provides an unrivalled ‘window on the world’ that gives audiences all across Wales the chance to see the best in world cinema.