MumblesFest 2021 takes place at Oystermouth Castle grounds on Saturday, 11th September. 12pm to 10.30pm. The highly anticipated event features live music, street food, kids’ activities and a beer tent/bar.

Organised by Mumbles Community Council, the line-up of live performers is impressive, covering a range of musical genres such as rock, blues and indie. Daytime acts include The Rock Project, a local children’s rock outfit, choirs and upbeat blues from Sax player, Mick Luck.

The headline evening acts feature The Flames, a fantastic local Party Rock outfit who promise to get the crowd moving, and also Mrs Loud - aka Lorraine Crosby – will be performing alongside her band and dance troupe. Mrs Loud is well known for singing the female vocal on Meat Loaf's huge hit single "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)".

In addition to the live stage performances, there will be a kids tent with activities and glitter and face painting, a bouncy castle and a great selection of local street food, such as crepes, pizza, curry, Thai and Ice Cream. If you are interested in trading at MumblesFest, please get it touch.

Head to Oystermouth Castle field on Saturday 11th September and enjoy this music-lovers and foodies extravaganza. It promises to be a great day out for all the family!

Whatever the weather, Mumbles Fest guarantees good music, good food and good times. 

Join in the fun!

Tickets available online here!


Anyone aged 14 and over is advised to do one of the following to gain entry to Mumbles Fest

Show proof of 2 vaccinations at least 14 days prior to arrival. In Wales vaccination status can be proved by using the NHS Covid Pass, please use the following link to obtain your pass and we ask all double vaccinated attendees to show their pass to gain entry to Mumbles Fest.


Children between the ages of 14 and 16, and other people who have not been doubly vaccinated are advised to take a lateral flow test no later than 24 hours before the event. All lateral flow tests must be registered on the government website and proof of a negative result is provided by text or email and we ask that you show proof of a negative test to gain entry to Mumbles Fest.

Unfortunately dogs will not be allowed at the event.

Road closures and diversions will be in place for the set up of MumblesFest on Friday 10th September. Please be aware that there will be no access through to Castle Road from Norton between 7am and 2pm on Friday 10th September due to large vehicles entering the Castle Field.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Mumbles Community Council


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