A DOUBLE-HEADER of music set for Conwy has been moved elsewhere at the last minute - leaving ticket holders confused and angry.

Festival-goers have been told that the two nights of music on July 26 and 27, initially set for Y Morfa Stadium, Conwy, have been moved to venues in Liverpool and Buckley.

The festival orgainsed by Climax events, starring singers Alexander O'Neal and Shola Ama, has been moved to the Tivoli nightclub in Buckley for the Friday.

The following night, the enitrely seperate Su Casa house music festival, also planned for Y Morfa, will instead be held at the Invisible Wind Factory in Liverpool.

Angry ticket holders have taken to the events' social media pages to vent their frustrations since news broke.

Debra Gent said: "I was looking forward to seeing Alexander O'Neal as I had seen him in concert in the early 80’s. I purchased a golden circle ticket in good faith for a local outdoor event.

"To change venue like this is unacceptable, it’s a totally different venue, surely this is in breach of advertising and the selling of the ticket for an outdoor event."

Party at the Park was originally advertised as an outdoor festival. It is not yet clear as to how this will be replicated at the Tivoli, however, that venue holds around 1,000 less people than the Morfa ground.

A reason for the move has yet to be formally revealed, however, the new event listing on The Tivoli website states the reason for the change as "complexities with the licence" and tickets are being sold at £25 - £10 cheaper than the tickets available on the official Party At The Park North Wales ticket page.

Some are also claiming they have been told no ticket refunds for Party at the Park will be made available to them by organiser Climax events.

However, Su Casa - which is an enitrely separate event - director Dale Rankmore, has stated that "full refunds" for their event have been offered since the start.

Conwy County Borough Council's Licensing department are urging ticket holders to call Citizens Advice to make any initial complaints on 03454040506.

The Citizens Advice Consumer Service will then collate any complaints and pass the details to the relevant Trading Standards team.