Use this page for answers to any questions you may have about Eisteddfod tickets.
What is included in the price of a day ticket to the Eisteddfod?
Entry to all Eisteddfod organised daytime events and activities are free of charge with a valid Maes ticket.
This means you can go into any of our buildings (including the Pavilion) to enjoy the competitions, presentations, lectures and all the events taking place. Live performances take place on the stage at the food village all day every day, and you can enjoy these performances free of charge throughout the day.
You may purchase a full list of activities from the Visitors Centre for a £1 or our timetables will all be available to download from the website at the end of June
How can I book tickets for the Eisteddfod?
You can book tickets online or by ringing the ticketline – 0845 4090 800.
Early bird tickets are available until 30/06/16.
A ticket office is based in the main entrance of the Eisteddfod if you wish to buy tickets on the day itself.
Tickets bought before the beginning of festival week will be posted to your home address. Any tickets purchased in advance during the week will be available to pick up from the ticket office in the main entrance.
If I go for the day, can I go to a concert with the same ticket?
Day tickets do not give you access to evening concerts in the Pavilion
However, you can stay on the Maes and enjoy the live music on the performance stage and the festival atmosphere until late into the evening with a valid day Maes ticket.
If I have a ticket for one of the concerts, how early can I come onto the Maes?
Evening concert tickets are valid for entry on to the Maes from 16.00 onwards.
I can only come to the Maes late afternoon. Will I have to pay the full price for a ticket?
The Eisteddfod offers cheaper entrance from 16.00 onwards every day. These tickets are only available to buy at the ticket office in the main entrance and are valid for that day only.
However, this ticket will not give you access to the evening concerts in the Pavilion. Details of the concerts can be found here.
Entry to the Maes is not permitted after 21.00.