Music festival returns to Llandudno to raise more funds for homeless charity


Annie Roberts

AN INDOOR music festival raising funds for charity is returning for another afternoon of entertainment.

Next Level 2 will take place at Venue Cymru next weekend with a line up of fresh new talent all in aid of Llandudno’s homeless charity Hope Restored.

The fundraiser organised by Roger Boon and Glyn Hughes will see emerging singers and bands take to the stage for an afternoon of musical talent and follows on from the first Next Level event which took place last November.

This year’s event will see performances from Retro Youth a rock band from North Wales who have supported bands such as Catfish and the Bottleman, Daisy Clarke, an 18-year-old musician who taught herself how to play the guitar and piano and was on ITV’s Lorraine last month after her YouTube video – a cover of Hopelessly Devoted To You from the film Grease – went viral.

The will also be sets from indie rock band For The Girl, Mark Sullivan, Dead Frequency, Joe Berry from Ruthin, Hannah Williams, The Original Replica and Essence a vocal and piano duo from Anglesey.

Organiser Roger Boon said: “We exist purely to support emerging talent that deserves a bigger audience and to raise funds for charity. Glyn Hughes has put an enormous amount of time and energy into getting this event off the ground.”

Next Level 2 is on Sunday, March 19 with doors opening at 12pm. All tickets are £10.

For more information or to purchase tickets for the event visit or phone the box office on 01492 872000.

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