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Event Bangor Music Festival, Gwynedd
Sat and Sunday 18 + 19th February 2017, Bangor University and other venues

Bangor Music Festival – previously known as the Bangor New Music Festival – is an annual celebration of the best in new and contemporary music. The festival runs for two days in February, and features a wide variety of events including lectures, workshops and live concerts.

 

The theme for the Festival in 2017 will be ‘Architectures & Urban Landscapes‘.

Tickets are now available from Pontio Box Office (01248 382 828)

Many events are free for full details see http://www.bangormusicfestival.org.uk/2017-programme/

 

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Location

The Bangor Music Festival is central to Bangor. The festival takes place near the Main Arts building but this is likely to be signposted on the day! 

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