A PERFORMANCE group from Conwy is looking forward to returning to Flintshire after recently performing for a lively crowd in the region.

Mistafunk and the Deadbeats - a trio of artists from Abergele – are currently on a four month tour of North Wales, with their latest stop taking them to Buckley on the weekend.

Much of the group’s performances in the four years since they were formed have taken place in the Conwy, Gwynedd and Denbighshire areas, but after an entertaining evening in Flintshire, the group are now looking forward to performing again in the county.

Speaking to the Leader after their most recent show on Saturday (February 29), the group’s vocalist Sion Roberts said: “Our gig at Buckley Working Man’s club was a great night.

“It was at a fantastic venue with a typically friendly Flintshire crowd singing and dancing all night and we can’t wait to return soon.

“We had a great reception and a brilliant crowd in Buckley, and we are looking forward to more in Flintshire county over 2020 in some great venues before we close Wild Fest Wales in Ty Uchaf Farm in Caerwys in August.

“We have been preforming all over North Wales for four Years, playing nearly 200 gigs, but with so much more to come, we are looking forward to a great 2020!”

Sion Roberts, James Anthony, and Alan Roberts make up the group who create their own original material while also covering a range of other popular dance songs from the 1970s to the present day.

Mistafunk and the Deadbeats will return to Flintshire on March 14 when they perform at The Blossoms in Bagillt before returning a little over a month later to play at The Crown and Liver in Hawarden on April 17.

They will then perform at the New Boot and Ship in Bagillt on May 30, and at Top Monkey in Northop Hall on July 25 before closing Wild Fest Wales in Ty Uchaf Farm in Caerwys on August 1.

Their tour will then continue around other parts of North Wales right the way up until December 11 when Mistafunk and the Deadbeats round off the year in their hometown of Abergele.