6th to 11th July

The Eisteddfod will take place once again in 2022, but in a shortened form, following postponements in 2020 and 2021. The rally will provide participants with the opportunity to experience the unique atmosphere of this festival of music and dance. It was established in1947 in the aftermath of the war to bring musicians and dancers together from around the world to share their cultural heritage in peace and harmony. Arrangements have been made for rally participants to prebook tickets for daily competitive sessions and evening concerts of their choice. First priority will be given to those who booked initially for the Eisteddfodau in 2020 and 2021. Video extracts about previous eisteddfodau and other information are available on the Llangollen Eisteddfod website. The town of Llangollen is surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty, National Trust sites and places of historic interest, including the UNESCO World Heritage aqueduct site Pontcycyllte.

Dogs are permitted on the rally, but not on the Eisteddfod field. There is ample car parking adjacent to the Eisteddfod field, but no shade. The caravan park is within walking distance of both Llangollen and the Eisteddfod field.

Rally Marshal Alan Kemp, Assistant RM Mike Tebbut

There are 18 places on this rally.