Free entry for all the family.
Street food, artisan foods, street bar, children’s activities, fair rides, donkey sides, face painting, craft stalls, entertainment.
Something for all the family.
2018 DATES – 9.30 AM -5.00PM
SATURDAY 28th APRIL 2018 – KICKING OFF THIS YEARS FESTIVALS – NEW HENBLAS STREET and TECHNIQUEST
SATURDAY 26th MAY 2018 –
SATURDAY 30th JUNE 2018 – INCLUDES AVOW VOLUNTEERS DAY
SATURDAT 28th JULY 2018 – LINKS UP WITH WREXFEST
SATURDAY 25th AUGUST 2018 – SUMMER FUN
SATURDAY 29th SEPTEMBER 2018 – WREXHAM SINGING STREETS – 30 + CHOIRS
SATURDAY 27th OCTOBER – HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL
Locations – Hope Street, Regent Street, Queens Street, Henblas Street, Through Techniquest event space, Chester Street and leading to Ty Pawb.
Entertainment Programme – for Saturday 28th April 2018 – Henblas Square.
The entertainment programme is organised by Ian Lucas MP, Norah Lucas and John Owen Jones.
10.30 – 11.30 Ifton Colliery Band
12.00 – Guest Appearance
12.30 – Guest Appearance
1.00 – Northern Outlaws
1.30 – The Gogs
2.00 – Wrexham Singing Hands
2.30 – Dancing Shoes
Hope Street – Buskers welcome.
12.00 – Amy Grace
Run by the Wrexham Business Group CIC, supported by Wrexham Savers Ltd and Wrexham Matters, The Wrexham Street Festival concept came about after reading the Manchester Metropolitan University papers – Markets Matter – which concluded that regular markets increase footfall by up to 30% in a town centre on a given day.
Special thanks also to Gateway Church, The Portuguse Cultural Association, WCBC. Martin Rees Jewellers, Emz Creative Cafe.
The Street Festival is free for people to enter and stall prices are very competitive at only £20. There is a great range of food and craft stalls and a free entertainment programme.
We actively encourage start up businesses to try trading. Several are now looking for permanent premises in the town centre.
If you would like a stall , entertain or to get involved please call 07764 258985
Some of the entertainers you will find at the Wrexham Street Festivals.
There are themed festivals throughout the year including Halloween and a fantastic spin off which takes place on the last Saturday of September organised by our MP is a huge out door festival – Singing Streets.
You can download an example programme here.