Whatever the weather dont be put off coming to the Sonic rock solstice , over the years we have had red hot sunshine , cloudy showers , however last year we had monsoon rain which lasted for weeks & days before and during the festival , 50 ticket holders did not turn up because they thought it would be flooded like lots of areas around Wales .
Did it affect us NO , the stages are indoors ,with plenty of seating , the bar & food stalls are indoors , we have tarmac areas lending up to the venue and the camping areas are so well drained , not one tent was affected , and no car was stuck
SONIC ROCK SOLSTICE 2013 WILL AGAIN BE HELD AT PENMAENAU FARM , BUILTH WELLS , WALES .
A SUPERB SITE IN THE HEART OF THE WELSH COUNTRYSIDE , WITH STUNNING VIEWS , SITUATED JUST ABOVE THE ROYAL WELSH SHOWGROUND .
AGAIN THERE WILL BE 2 INDOOR STAGES AND STALLS INDOOR AND OUTDOOR , FULL AMMENITIES
FREE CAMPING , CARAVANS WELCOME
QUALITY TOILETS / WASH BASINS
FREE SUPERB SHOWERS
1OOFT BAR WITH REAL ALES
HOT FOOD TO COVER ALL TASTES
STALLS & TATOOIST
RODEO BULL / INFLATABLES
AND OF COURSE JUST A SHORT DISTANCE AWAY IS THE BEAUTIFUL TOWN OF BUILTH WELLS /AND ALL ITS AMMENITIES
link to Penmaenau Farm website click below
Builth Wells Tourist Information Centre is situated in Builth Wells, close to Llandrindod Wells, Brecon and Rhayader in Central Wales. Nearby attractions include the Wyeside Arts Centre and the 13th Century St. Mary’s Church. Call in and we can give you more information on these and other attractions in the area or we can assist you with finding a place to stay. There is a great selection of hotel, bed and breakfast and self-catering accommodations available locally. Tips and suggestions may be sought through the UK Information Centre Forum.
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Builth Wells, with its fine 18th century bridge crossing the river Wye, was a fashionable spa during the Victorian and Edwardian eras. The town retains an appealing character with narrow streets offering an interesting and varied selection of goods.
The Groe, alongside the river, is a beautiful spot to relax or picnic and has a bowling green, tennis courts, putting course and swimming pool. Lon Las Cymru, route 8 of the National Cycle Network, runs through here, as does the 112 mile Wye Valley Walk.
The Royal Welsh Show is Europe's 2nd largest exhibition of livestock, running for 4 days in July. A perfect day out for the family, there are entertaining displays, craft exhibitions and stalls offering Welsh farmhouse produce.
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