THE chance to catch Mick, Keef and co in the most exotic of locations is just around the corner.

Llandudno's Venue Cymru is the only place in Wales to catch the Rolling Stone's classic Havana Moon concert as it is screened for the first time across the UK this month.

On Monday, October 21 at 7.30pm don't miss this incredible chance to witness this state of the art immersive show which guarantees the quintessential live show experience with the biggest rock band of all time.

North Wales Pioneer:

The closest thing to being in the crowd for the making of rock history

Expect big riffs, electric licks, and pure euphoria as The Rolling Stones stomp their way through a 116 minute setlist that samples 50 years of their glorious career. The dark and sinister Paint it Black sounds sharper than a butcher's blade, Midnight Rambler grooves along to an almighty crescendo that chops back and forth as Richards and Wood lock horns with their guitars, while Gimme Shelter bellows across the Latin night and feels as dangerous as it did upon its release in 1969.

Of the show, Mick Jagger said: "We were so happy to be playing Cuba in 2016. It was a wonderful experience for all of us. Sharing the stage with the ‘revolutionary’ Ronnie Wood, Charlie ‘Che’ Watts and ‘compadre’ Keith Richards was one very special night."

Filmed in 2016, this show stands out even amongst a legacy of The Stones' incredible concerts worldwide. This huge, free show was a mesmeric occasion, and remains the largest concert in Cuban history.

The fusion of Cuban culture with the band’s biggest hits and rapturous live performance will be brought to audiences around the UK via ultra HD projection onto a huge screen, with electrifying sound.

Taking concert screenings to a new level, the show premiered last year at The Troxy in London to a sold out crowd and rave reviews by the national media, hardcore fans, and casual Stones lovers alike.

To achieve the closest thing to being part of the crowd for rock history, tickets start at £37 and are available from or by calling the box office on 01492 872000.