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Solva Edge Festival returns after three-year gap

SOLVA Edge Festival is back after a three-year gap.

One of the top music events in Pembrokeshire is set to take place between Friday, July 29-Sunday, July 31.

Held at a stunning location overlooking the sea, the festival site is on ‘the Edge’ of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path at Solva.

The festival features three days of live music with bands and acoustic sets, along with poets and storytellers.

Headliners include Europe’s Premiere U2 Tribute U2UK, the top 80’s band in the UK, The Wild Boys and Blondied, the tribute to Debby Harry and Blondie. Plus, some of Pembrokeshire’s finest musicians including Honey Fungus, Jodie Marie, and Rosie Cale.

This is a popular community festival which appeals to all ages. There is lots for families and kids, including a bouncy castle, fairground ride, face painting and an escape room. And if you are of that generation, we have tributes to the Bee Gees and Neil Diamond.

With a well-stocked bar with craft beers, ciders, wines and Solva Rum, food stalls for all tastes, bat walks and taster paddleboarding sessions, it’s the weekend of the year to be in Solva.

Tickets are available at edgefestival.co.uk or on the door. Festival site: Solva Football Club, Maes Y Mor, Solva, SA62 6XW. Parking available.