Use this page for answers to any questions you may have about Eisteddfod tickets.

  1. Do I require a ticket for the Maes activities?

    • You will require a day ticket attend events on the Maes.​
    • Tickets will be on sale from 01/05/19
    • Early bird tickets will be available until 30/06/19
    • There will be a ticket office located at the entrance for anyone who wishes to purchase a ticket on the day
    • Tickets purchased in advance will be posted to your address, and any ticket purchased during Eisteddfod week can be collected on arrival
  2. How can I book tickets for the Eisteddfod?

    You can book tickets online or by ringing the ticketline – 0845 4090 800. (**Calls will cost up to 5p per minute, plus your phone company's access charge.  Non-BT customers and mobile phone users should contact their service providers for information about the cost of calls.)

     A ticket office is based in the main entrance 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.

    The ticketline is open 7 days a week: 7am - 6pm.

    You can also book tickets online

  3. If I have a day ticket, can I go to a concert/evening event?

    • Day tickets do not give you access to any evening event or concert.
    • 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.
    • Some evening events will be individually ticket, but will be clearly stated.
  4. Where can I find information for disabled visitors?

    All information for disabled visitors can be found here.

Remember to get in touch if you have any other questions about tickets.  Send an email to or ring 0845 4090 900.