Bull Bay Music Festival

by Shane Phillips, Bull Bay Hotel
(Bull Bay, Amlwch, Anglesey)

Bull Bay Music Festival Poster

Bull Bay Music Festival Poster

The Bull Bay Hotel is proud to announce the 3rd Annual Bull Bay Folk Music Festival this coming weekend.

Schedule of events:

Thursday 29th July - Early Arrivers Session in the Bar 7pm
Friday 30th July - Bands in the bar plus music sessions
Saturday 31st July - Bands in the bar plus music sessions
Sunday 1st August - Music session afternoon and evening

Acts confirmed to date: Weavils, Mr Happy and the Misery Chords, Nigel Beck, Pete Latham, Dayve Dean, Rockin’ Robbie, Tom Maddox, Murfitt Family, Phil Maddocks, Jonathan Tarplee, Guitar Mal, Dave Dove, Liz Rosenfield

To stay up to date you can join the facebook event listing by searching ‘Bull Bay Music Festival’ on facebook

More information is also available from the Bull Bay Hotel, Bull Bay, Amlwch, Anglesey.

Tel: 01407 830223
Email: info@bullbayhotel.co.uk
Web: www.bullbayhotel.co.uk

Dear Shane

Thanks for getting in touch. It sounds a fabulous event.

I know some most excellent people from Bull Bay and I hope that they get to the Bull Bay Hotel to enjoy the music.

Have a wonderfully succesful weekend.


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Jun 12, 2011
2011 Dates
by: Shane Phillips

Hello Peter

Thank you for your comment and interest in the Bull Bay Music Festival.

This years festival is the 28th July - 1st August and I will be posting more details once we have confirmed some bands. I think it may be a bit too short notice to rearrange dates this year but it is definitely something we will bear in mind when organising the 2012 festival.

Will post some more details over the coming weeks and let you know what's happening.

Many Thanks

Bull Bay Hotel

Jun 12, 2011
Bull Bay Festival - Dates Clashing.
by: Peter Barczak


Is the festival locked into these dates now?
It was later in August a few years ago but now it clashes with the Cambridge Folk Festival.

If it was the following week I'm sure we could drag some Cambridge folkies along with us.

Thank you.

Jul 26, 2010
Thank you Wil
by: Shane Phillips

Thank you Wil.

We have just taken over the hotel and we're so glad to be able to put this event on in such short notice. It will be a wonderful weekend full of good fun, people, food, drink and music.

Fingers crossed for some beautiful sunshine! :)

Dear Shane

Tourism is such massive part of Anglesey's economy. About £215million last count.

What you do is vitally important to all of us and I wish you every success.


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