|06 Mar 2021||Festival of The Dead Paradise Apocalypse - Cardiff||Vale Warehouse, Cardiff|
|07 Nov 2020||Pizza and Prosecco Cardiff||DEPOT, Cardiff|
|07 Jan 2021||Ocean Film Festival World Tour||St David's Hall, Cardiff|
|06 Nov 2020||Heavy Lungs - Cardiff||Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff|
|09 Feb 2021||Ivo Graham The Game of Life||The Glee Club Cardiff|
|12 Oct 2021||Midnight Skyracer St Davids Hall||St David's Hall, Cardiff|
|27 Nov 2020||The Blockheads||Portland House, Cardiff|
|08 Aug 2021||Welsh Vegan Festival||Tramshed Cardiff|
|13 Jun 2021||Mr. Tea and the Minions||Acapela Studio, Cardiff|
|30 Jan 2021||Bruno - - Tribute To Bruno Mars||Acapela Studios, Cardiff|
Any city or place is not only about the tourist attractions they have but also the art and culture. One such city is Cardiff, capital of Wales. Cardiff is surrounded by valleys and coast, full of castles, beaches, ancient monuments, and ultramodern waterfront. It’s a great mix of ancient with modern architectures, making it the most popular tourist destination in the United Kingdom. Cardiff prominent attractions are Cardiff Castle, National Museum Cardiff, and St Fagans National history museum, etc. Apart from sight-seeing or Rugby, the Inside out festival Cardiff and Festival of Light are also a major appeal for tourists. Cardiff festivals are popular and upcoming trends in Wales tourism.
Annual events or festivals which regular part of Cardiff are – the Sparks in the Park, the Great British Cheese Festival, the Cardiff Mardi Gras, the Cardiff Winter Wonderland, the Cardiff festivals and Made in Roath. The Sparks in the park is the annual fireworks display held on or around Guy Fawkes Night. It’s a non-profit event and all the proceedings are given to charity in and around Cardiff. It is the biggest fireworks event in Wales and one of the biggest in the United Kingdom. Cardiff Mardi Gras now Pride Cymru also attracts a lot of locals and tourists for the various events like pride parades, sporting events, and film festivals.
Cardiff attracts tourists from across the globe not only for its Rugby or sports tournaments but also for its various cultural, art, sports, and food festivals. The main one the Cardiff festivals are a series of festivals in Cardiff and some nearby areas held every summer. The festivals include – Velothon Wales, Extreme Sailing series, Cardiff Triathlon, Tafwyl, Cardiff International food and Drinks festival, Welsh Proms, Cardiff carnival, and Pride Cymru. All these include bicycle races, global racing, food and drinks, language festival, classical music, pride parade, etc. Cardiff Viva! Vegan festival is held to inform and help people to change their lifestyle and eating habits to vegan and end the suffering of animals. Inside out is Cardiff’s biggest music festival which has performances by many prominent artists. The Festival of Lights Cardiff brings locals and tourists with their families to an astounding amalgamation of lights, lanterns, music, effects and live performances.
Its annual art fair Made in Roath has local artists showcasing their art, music, performance, literature, and food. It is spread across multiple venues including peoples’ homes. Cardiff Design Festivals is another annual event, which showcases designs from Cardiff and Wales. Artes Mundi, a biennial contemporary art exhibition is held at the National Museum Cardiff. It is an exhibition cum art contest, with a focus on the conceptual approach of artists. Hip-hop and graffiti annual festival in Cardiff, Roxe Jam draws local and international street artists to Cardiff. This event was set up in the memory of a young graffiti writer, Bill Lockwood, popularly known as Roxe. The Green Man is a music and arts festival in Cardiff.
In addition to these Cardiff, has lot many food festivals, exhibitions, an mored a lot throughout the year, so no need to wait. Just plan your holiday or weekend getaway or a day trip to Cardiff and relax in the abundance of art and culture all-around.