Curiad Bangor Pulse Festival returns to Bangor next week, 22 – 26 May 2019, showcasing local bands, songwriters and poetic talent.

The annual not for profit festival, which began in 2015, is run by a rolling network of people who give their time, efforts and services to organise this free event.

Events will run at various venues across the city of Bangor and organisers promise there will be something for everyone including music, poetry, circus skills, an evening of Bellydance, Poledancing and Hula Hoop, comedy, DJ’s, dancing, fundraising and finishing with an evening of live music and a barbeque.

All the events are free although any donations towards the running of the festival can be made and are appreciated on a pay as you feel basis.

22 May Opening Night

First night of Live Music is in the The Lord Nelson Public House. Hosted by, and featuring, Andy Bob Beaumont, with Daf Jones, 1987-present, The Darvells and Paul Bryce also on the bill. further details are here –

23 May Thursday Night.

Pink Hat Spoken Word Night. An evening of poetry and spoken word performances in Follow Your Bliss will be featuring:
Martin Daws, Double-Barrelled, The Cybi Poets and many more, including hosts Hopewell Ink. . Click here for details – &
Then we also have an exciting line up of Live Music from CEG in Cove Pop Up Coffee & Rum Shack. Click here for details –

24 May Friday Night

Intoxicating Evening Of Bellydance, Poledancing and Hula Hoop held in Pagan’s Pole, Circus & Dance Academy studio. A stunning night not to be missed. FREE ADMISSION, OVER 18’s ONLY. Click here for details – &
Then we also have Live Music in Skerries, to include Scotch Funeral from Rhyl.

25 May Saturday

James P M Phillips will open our Saturday afternoon of Live Music in the Lord Nelson Public House, where we will also have Marianne Holland and Cowbois Celtaidd and other artists. more details are here –

Then we have Live Music in The Skerries with The Cane Toads, White Ether among other great acts. Click here for details –

26 May Sunday Evening

Its BBQ time. Our final night of the festival will see us having a party and BBQ in The Belle Vue with The Beaumont Brothers, The Rice Hooligan Orchestra, Normal Shed Uses, The Oldest Playable Organ In The World, The Time Travellers, EC Barkworth, Pat Kyle Songs, Chis Chadwick and James Avison
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