Science and Technology Village
This is the place to visit to find out about all things to do with science and technology. There will be plenty of fun as children of all ages enjoy and take part in science activities.
Caffi Maes B
Acoustic sessions, conversations and workshops held in the chilled atmosphere of Caffi Maes B.
For lots of fun throughout the week, come to the Children's Village.
The Literary Pavilion is the home of literature on the Maes.
The Llannerch's small and intimate stage is a rather more informal stage.
Llwyfan y Maes
Enjoy live music on the Maes all day and late into the evening. There's plenty of music on our open air stage this year, from the top artists and groups from the Welsh rock scene to showcasing local talents.
Shw'mae Su'mae: Learn Welsh
Shw'mae Su'mae is the centre for learning Welsh on the Maes and the place to come for information about the language.
Come into the Pavilion to enjoy the competitions.
Sinemaes offers film-related activities, screenings, premieres and masterclasses throughout the week.
Lectures, discussions and meetings of all kinds.
Stalls and Stands
There are over 150 stalls and exhibitors and something for everyone at the Eisteddfod.
Come to the Pentref Drama (Drama Village) to enjoy all kinds of performances during the week. Keep an eye out for the weird and wonderful Street Theatre too.
Tŷ Gwerin hosts all folk and traditional events on the Maes
Y Lle Celf
Y Lle Celf is a national celebration of visual arts and architecture in Wales, and an important shop window for the industry as well as being among the main attractions on the Maes.
AGORA is an ambitious artistic project on the Maes, where all types of events and activities during festival week.
The stage for classical and alternative music
Mas ar y Maes
Partnership between the LGBT community, Stonewall Cymru and the Eisteddfod.
Plenty of weird and wonderful performances across the Maes.
Welcome to the comedy festival on the Eisteddfod Maes.