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Gŵyl Fel ‘Na Mai 2024's Lineup

HMS Morris

Get ready to set sail with HMS Morris, your musical brigantine to a land of psychedelic pop and cosmic disco. These guys will have you swaying like palm trees in a salty breeze, guitars shimmering like desert mirages, and vocals smooth as driftwood polished by the ocean.

Think vintage organs swirling like lava lamps, infectious grooves, and melodies that paint daydreams in neon hues. And when the moon rises, their music transforms into a spaceship blasting off on a cosmic disco adventure.

So ditch your earthly cares, grab your dancing shoes, and let HMS Morris whisk you away on a journey across the boundless sea of sound.

Don't miss their set – it's gonna be epic!

HMS Morris
Al Lewis

Al Lewis a'r Band

Al Lewis is a bilingual singer/songwriter.
Al has so far released a total of 7 albums, his solo debut English language album ‘In the Wake’ was nominated for the inaugural Welsh Music Prize and his Welsh language albums have all spent multiple weeks at #1 on BBC Radio Cymru.

Jess

Jess

Jess is a pop-rock band from Cardigan, Wales. Formed in 1987, the basis of their stylistic sound is strong melodic music with powerful, driving rhythm and soaring vocal harmonies .
The group's first release-a six track cassette of their most popular songs-appeared in August 1988 and earned the group an invitation to tour Czechoslovakia, where their particular style attracted large audiences.

Fleur de Lys

Fleur de Lys

Fleur de Lys isn't just about music; it's about an experience. Their philosophy? "Saturday night every night of the week!” Fleur de Lys is a four-piece indie rock band that will grab you by the heart and ignite your soul. Formed in 2014, this powerhouse quartet blasts out infectious riffs, catchy hooks, and soaring melodies that blend seamlessly with their passionate Welsh lyrics. Think The Maccabees meet Swnami with a dash of The Mystery Jets, all sprinkled with the unique energy and spirit of the Welsh coast.

Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog

Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog

Hailing from the windswept shores of the Llyn Peninsula, Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog are more than just your average band. This three-brother crew blends rugged country twang with folk's soul-stirring melodies and the raw energy of rock 'n' roll. Their foot-stomping rhythms and poignant lyrics tell tales of the land, love, and the wild spirit that courses through their veins. Prepare to be swept away by a musical landscape as vast and breathtaking as the mountains they call home.

Dafydd Iwan

Dafydd Iwan

A musical warrior for Wales, Dafydd Iwan wields his guitar like a bard's sword. His folk songs, steeped in tradition yet fiercely contemporary, breathe life into the Welsh language and spirit. "Yma o Hyd," his defiant anthem, thunders from mountains to stadiums, a testament to Wales's enduring presence. He's a tapestry woven from passion, integrity, and unwavering faith in Wales's future.

Alffa

Alffa

From the quaint village of Llanrug, Alffa is a musical tidal wave, crashing over ears and hearts with their potent blend of blues-rock and introspective fire. Guitars wail like sirens in the storm, drums thunder like an untamed sea, and voices soar like eagles across the tempestuous soundscape. Alffa is definitely a band to watch in the coming years. With their infectious blend of indie-rock and introspective songwriting, they are sure to make a big impact on the music scene.

Cleif Harpwood

Cleif Harpwood

Cleif Harpwood became a rock legend on the back of soaring melodies and electrifying stage presence. Frontman of the trailblazing Edward H Dafis in the 70s, he shattered barriers, proving rock 'n' roll could pulse with the soul of his native land. With a voice that could melt steel and raise mountains, Cleif sings tales of love and loss, rebellion and pride, every word dripping with raw emotion.

Dafydd Pantrod

Dafydd Pantrod

Dafydd Pantrod has been trying to continue the tradition of light Welsh singing on stages for over fifteen years now. After the huge success of his first album "Lliwio'r Tonnau" he is looking forward to coming back to Fel 'Na Mai Festival for the second time and is looking forward to performing with young, local musicians as well as members of his band. Dafydd said....

"I'm really looking forward to being back in Crymych which is like a second home to me now. The greatest privilege this year is to be able to share a stage with two of my biggest heroes, namely sharing a set with Cleif Harpwood and accompanying Dafydd Iwan. I really look forward to it!”

Dros Dro

Dros Dro is a young pop/rock band from Sir Gar. After just over a year of existence the new band has achieved so much in a short time, from playing on the stages of many of the main music festivals in Wales to releasing their first album which is going from strength to strength, and not forgetting of course, they were the winners first Richard and Wyn Ail Symudiad Memorial Award. The band is very excited about the year ahead and is looking forward to returning to Gŵyl Fel 'Na Mai for the second time in 2024!

Llun o Wyn a Richard Ail Symudiad

The Richard and Wyn Jones Memorial Award

Annual competition to reward new young artists from Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire or Ceredigion
The winner of the competition will have the opportunity to play on one of the festival's stages.

Cleif Harpwood

Cleif Harpwood

Cleif Harpwood became a rock legend on the back of soaring melodies and electrifying stage presence. Frontman of the trailblazing Edward H Dafis in the 70s, he shattered barriers, proving rock 'n' roll could pulse with the soul of his native land. With a voice that could melt steel and raise mountains, Cleif sings tales of love and loss, rebellion and pride, every word dripping with raw emotion.

Dafydd Pantrod

Dafydd Pantrod

Dafydd Pantrod has been trying to continue the tradition of light Welsh singing on stages for over fifteen years now. After the huge success of his first album "Lliwio'r Tonnau" he is looking forward to coming back to Fel 'Na Mai Festival for the second time and is looking forward to performing with young, local musicians as well as members of his band. Dafydd said....

"I'm really looking forward to being back in Crymych which is like a second home to me now. The greatest privilege this year is to be able to share a stage with two of my biggest heroes, namely sharing a set with Cleif Harpwood and accompanying Dafydd Iwan. I really look forward to it!”

Côr Bois Clwb Rygbi Crymych

Côr Bois Clwb Rygbi Crymych

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Gwerin Fel 'Na Mai

Gwerin Fel 'Na Mai

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a llawer mwy… yn cynnwys: Côr Bois Clwb Rygbi Crymych, Gwerin Fel ‘Na Mai, Ysgol Bro Preseli ac Ysgol Eglwyswrw.

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Gŵyl Fel ‘na Mai is a music festival at the Parc Gwynfryn site at the foot of the Frenni Fawr in Bro Preseli, north Pembrokeshire.

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