- 23 November 2012 - 25 November 2012
The first ever Mold Beer Festival will be held over the last
weekend in November in St Mary's Church Hall and other venues in
and surrounding Mold.
NovemberFest is a weekend of Real Ale, Real Food and Real
Entertainment with local shops, restaurants, pubs and other
businesses being encouraged to join in by offering whatever they
can by adopting their own theme for NovemberFest.
Friday 23rd November; Irish & Skiffle
sounds; 18:30 to 22:00
NovemberFest kicks off with
a fun evening from local band Barleycorn Hop who specialise in
skiffle music from the Lonnie Donegan era, mixed with Irish and
popular folk song songs . Comprise of 2 couples ...Richie and
Margaret Millington together with Tony and Gill Kensall will have
you foot tapping the night away and perhaps joining in on the odd
number whilst you enjoy their accordion, guitar, banjo, mandolin
and of course ....washboard!
Saturday 24th November; Welsh & English folk
music; 12 noon - 17:00
The Tegeingl Band... are a
bunch of musicians playing whistle, accordion, guitar, mandolin,
banjo and cahon (bum drum) and responsible for the Tegeingl
festival held in Mold every 2 years.
Saturday 24th November; Sixties
spectacular; 18:00 - 22:00
Backbeat are a duo going
back for many years covering songs of the 60s from Buddy Holly to
the Beatles with quite a few Rolling Stones , Kinks and other
popular 60's tracks for good measure . Dai Nicolas plays all the
fancy stuff on his Telecaster / Stratocaster (depends on which he
fancies for the night) and even throws in the odd Shadows hit now
and again . Tony Kensall plays the rhythm and both like to use lots
of harmony to make them sound like a big band !!!
NovemberFest is also pleased
to welcome the award winning performer Steve Tempo back to Mold
following his successful appearance at the town's Diamond Jubilee
celebrations. He is performing prior to his main event at the
Ruthin Castle pub in New Street.
Sunday 25th November; Easy listening with The
Trotters; 12 noon - 15:00
Concluding NovemberFest 2012
are the ever popular local band "The Trotters", playing their
special blend of rock, funk and jazz.
The afternoon is described
as Easy Listening and you will be able to enjoy and get yourself
immersed within some great sounds of the 1970's onwards with one of
Mold's great duos.
St Mary's Church Hall, King Street and participating venues in
and around Mold
30+ Real Ales, Cider & Great Wines
Admission by tickey only (limited number
available); Tickets are available from Delyn Wine Bar, Gwinology,
Ruthin Castle, Wetherspoons & Mold Town Council.
More information from local hostelties, Discover Flintshire
Visitor Centre, Mold & www.moldtowncouncil.org.uk
Support Mold's 1st Real Ale Festival (CAMRA
Other venues participating include:
Delyn Wine Bar - King
Street, Mold. (enjoy Tapas & Tasting for a
Red Lion - Wrexham
Street, Mold. (Mexican Fiesta Party all
Cibo Bistro &
Bar - St David's Walk, (off High Street) Mold. ( just
for NovemberFest - try their 5 star Sunday
Gold Cape (Wetherspoons) - Wrexham
Street, Mold (Get in the groove with their 1970's
Gwinology - Wrexham Street, Mold (ask about
their special treats for NovermberFEST
Ruthin Castle - New Street, Mold (for Saturday
evening only - the amazing Steve Tempo; 1950's to the present day -
CLASS vocal guiratist)