44 Big Events in Wales for Summer 2018 that Must Go in Your Diary – Part 3

You’ve already had parts one and two of our top summer activities in Wales. Here’s the final chapter.

  1. Solarsphere

A small, family-friendly star camp holds talks about the cosmos and provides a rich variety of music at Builth Wells from Friday, August 10 to Monday, August 13.

  1. Anglesey Agricultural Show

Featuring everything from animals and livestock to equestrian events and a food hall, the show comes to Mona Showfround, Anglesey on Tuesday, August 14 and Wednesday, August 15.

  1. Pembrokeshire Agricultural Show

Those in the south can enjoy their own agricultural show at Pembrokeshire County Showground from Tuesday, August 14 to Thursday, August 16.

  1. Green Man

One of the UK’s biggest festivals will host The War On Drugs, Fleet Foxes, Teenage Fanclub, and more at Glanusk Estate, Crickhowell from Thursday, August 16 to Sunday, August 19.

  1. Castell Roc

This slightly more intimate music festival comes to Chepstow Castle from Thursday, August 16 to Sunday, August 19.

  1. The Summer Feastival

Enjoy tempting treats from street food traders like Meat & Greek and Brother Thai. Running over four weekends in Sophia Gardens, Cardiff from Friday, August 17 to Sunday, September 9.

  1. Cardigan River and Food Festival

Another one for foodies, the Cardigan River and Food Festival reaches its 20th year at Quay Street car park on Saturday, August 18.

  1. Race The Train!

This unique annual cross country running event sees runners attempting to beat the steam train of a preserved Talyllyn Railway over a distance of 14 miles at Rheilffordd Talyllyn Railway on Saturday, August 18.

  1. Taste of Monmouthshire

Enjoy boutique food and drink from Monmouthshire and neighbouring counties on Saturday, August 18 and Sunday, August 19.

  1. The Midnight Gang

An alfresco family theatre performance of The Midnight Gang, based on the book by David Walliams. Introduce your little ones to the theatre at Carew Castle and Tidal Mill on Tuesday, August 21.

  1. Pride Cymru

Celebrate diversity and equality and enjoy the Pride Cymru Parade in Cardiff city centre from Friday, August 24 to Sunday, August 26.

  1. Rhyl Air Show

A must-see if you love air displays, this action-packed event is heading to Rhyl Promenade from Saturday, August 25 to Monday, August 27.

  1. Music in The Park

Headlined by X Factor star Lloyd Macey, this aims to be the biggest open-air music party in Rhondda Cynon Taf. Join in at Rhondda Heritage Park from Saturday, August 25 to Monday, August 27.

  1. Extreme Sailing Series

Watch GC32 catamarans fly along at speeds of up to 39 knots at Cardiff Bay from Friday, August 24 to Monday, August 27.