More than 250 artists from across the world are set to descend on Wrexham this week for the FOCUS Wales 2024.

The three-day festival will run from Thursday (May 9) until Saturday (May 11) with organisers expecting more than 20,000 people to visit Wrexham after a record attendance last year. 

The festival, entering its 14th year, will once again feature live musical performances from local and international talent, film screenings and arts events.

FOCUS Wales 2024 line-up

FOCUS Wales is set to welcome more than 250 artists from across the world to the 2024 event.

Some of these artists include:

  • Spiritualized
  • Snapped Ankles
  • The Bug Club
  • Skinny Pelembe
  • Adwaith
  • Flamingods
  • Angeline Morrison
  • CVC
  • Anthony Szmierek
  • Islet
  • Nenefits
  • Willy Mason
  • Cerys Hafana
  • Melin Melyn
  • Slate 
  • Vanity Fairy
  • Waterpistol
  • And much more

The 2024 festival will also welcome the likes of actor and director Celyn Jones who will be available for a Q&A after the screening of his new film The Almond and the Seahorse starring Rebel Wilson which was partly shot in Wrexham.

The full FOCUS Wales 2024 line-up can be found on their website.


FOCUS Wales 2024 tickets

Tickets for FOCUS Wales are still available (at the time of publication).

There is a range of options available including festival passes (access to all three days), day passes and single-show tickets.

They all range in price from £160 to £17 (plus booking fees).

For more information or to book your ticket visit the FOCUS Wales website.

Ticket collection

To reduce queuing at venues, those attending FOCUS Wales events will have to collect tickets/relevant wristbands from the festival box office located at Tŷ Pawb in the Wrexham city centre (see map below for exact location).

The box office will be open:

  • Thursday (May 9): 9am to 10pm
  • Friday (May 10): 9am to 10pm
  • Saturday (May 11): 10am to 10pm

Wrexham venues hosting FOCUS Wales 2024 events

Performances and events part of the FOCUS Wales 2024 will be held in various venues across Wrexham. 

These Wrexham venues are:

  • Llwyn Isaf - LL13 8TJ
  • St Giles' Parish Church - College House/Temple Row, LL13 8LY
  • The Rockin' Chair - 17 Hill Street, LL11 1SN
  • Ty Pawb - Market Street, LL13 8BE
  • Penny Black - Abbot Street, LL11 1TA
  • Hope Street Church - 1 Hope Street, LL11 1BG
  • Wynnstay Arms Hotel - Yorke Street, LL13 8LP
  • HWB @ Queen's Square - Town Centre, LL13 1AT
  • Glyndwrtv @ Centre for the Creative Industries - Wrexham Uni, Mold Road, LL11 2AW
  • The Parish - 21 Town Hill, LL13 8NA
  • The Royal Oak - High Street, LL13 8HY
  • Old No.7 Bar - 7 Town Hill, LL13 8NA
  • The Fat Boar - 11 Yorke Street, LL13 8NA
  • Theatr Ial at Coleg Cambria - Grove Park Road, LL12 7AB
  • Levant Kitchen and Bar Wrexham - 49-52 Chester Street, LL13 8BA
  • Magic Dragon Brewery Tap - 13 Charles Street, LL13 8BT
  • Wellbeing Hub with Yellow and Blue - Library field, LL13 8TJ
  • Creu - 58 Hope Street (Wrexham Arcade), LL11 1BE
  • Saith Seren - 18 Chester Street, LL13 8BG

Travelling to Wrexham for FOCUS Wales 2024


If you are looking to drive in for the FOCUS Wales festival there are several parking facilities available in the Wrexham town centre.

These car parks, according to the Wrexham County Borough Council, include:

  • Crescent Road Car Park (LL13 8BG)
  • Guildhall Car Park (LL11 1AR)
  • Library Car Park (LL11 1WS)
  • Market Street Car Park (LL13 8BB)
  • Tŷ Pawb Car Park (LL13 8BB)
  • St George's Crescent Car Park (LL13 8HF)
  • St George's Crescent South (LL13 8HF)
  • St Giles Car Park (LL13 8NA)
  • Waterworld Car Park - LL13 8BG
  • Eagles Meadow Car Park - LL13 8AX
  • Island Green Car Park - LL13 7LW
  • St Mark's Car Park - LL13 1RY



If you are looking to travel to the festival by train there are two railway stations in Wrexham:

  • Central Station - which is in the middle of town
  • Wrexham General - a three-minute walk from the city centre

Both stations have a direct link to London and can also provide access to places like Cardiff, Chester and Shrewsbury with connections to Liverpool. 


You can also access Wrexham via bus with the main bus terminal located in the city centre - Wrexham Bus Station.