Llandovery Sheep Festival-Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd September 2018

Celebrating all things sheep, in the ancient drovers town of Llandovery! This years festival will feature a Viking camp with Viking warriors and re-enactment battles, Wool Crafts, Craft Courses, Sheep Dog Trials, Music, Entertainment, Artisan Food Producers, Cookery Demonstrations-all in all a full weekend of fun! Some of the programme includes…

The Vikings are Coming-All Weekend at Castle Fields


Saturday 22nd

Heb Enw Morris-12:00-1:00 at Music Marquee and 3:00-4:00pm at Market Square

Morris team based on the Carmarthenshire / Pembrokeshire border, drawing members from both counties, performing in costume with musicians.

The Aunty Depressants-2:00 pm at Market Square


Llandovery based band ‘The Aunty Depressants’ have been going since 2009 playing blues covers and well known pop and rock songs all over wales and the UK.

Traditional Blade Sheep Shearing- 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm Market Square

Ragsy-6-8pm at Market Square

Ragsy is a South Wales based singer-songwriter. He appeared on The Voice in 2013 and was mentored by fellow Countryman Sir Tom Jones. Since the show, Ragsy has been continuously performing at various events, showcases, venues and festivals such as Glastonbury.

Sunday 23rd

Sheepdog Trials-All Day at Mart Field, Llandovery

Come and see the combined skills of the Border Collie and its master from 8am.

Modern Railway Exhibition- 10:30 am-4:30 pm at Llandovery Railway Station

John the singing farmer-11:00 am – 12:00 pm at Market Square

Singing ex dairy farmer , sings vintage songs , country ,jive, Irish ,and lots up to date party songs.

Town Walks-10am at Llandovery Railway Stationsheep1.jpg

Fiddle and Box-12:00 pm-1:00 pm at Music Marquee

Fiddle and box duo who play a mixture of Welsh, Klezmer and Celtic tunes.

Jam Jar Blues-2:00 pm-3:00 pm at Music Marquee

Jam Jar Blues play the Blues, some Rock and a little Soul.

We hope you enjoy the festival-find the full programme here! Find out more about the town of Llandovery from our town guide here

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