A FOLK-blues concert in Welsh has been organised at a venue in Prestatyn.

The event, put on by Llais Prestatyn, will be headlined by singer Steve Eaves and his band (Rhai Pobl) at HQ Pencadlys, on Gronant Road, on Saturday, May 18.

Steve writes and performs exclusively in the Welsh language, having lived in North West Wales for much of his life.

He has released nine albums of his own material.


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Jacob Elwy will be the concert’s support act, with the event running from 7.30-10.30pm.

Tickets cost £10 (£11 online including £1 booking fee) and are available now, either online or from HQ Pencadlys or The Twisted Tree, 67 High Street, Prestatyn.

Under-18s attending the show must be accompanied by an adult.

Llais Prestatyn is a newly formed support group for Welsh language activities.

It had planned to hold the “first contemporary bilingual gig in Prestatyn for years” on March 1, to coincide with St David’s Day.

But that was cancelled a day prior to the event after the venue, Lola’s Bar, closed its doors.