WREXHAM Lager has passed the six-hundred online tickets mark for it's upcoming Open Air Music Festival.

The business announced that the milestone had been passed this morning (Wednesday, June 15).

The highly-anticipated festival will be taking place at the stunning Commonwood Fishery from 12.30pm this Saturday (June 18).

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Dafydd Iwan, the man responsible for iconic famous 'Yma O Hyd' song, will be playing from 8pm and Declan Swans will close the festival.

There are also 12 other fantastic live acts throughout the day, including Jonny Ash, Baby Brave, Catalyst, and Evrah Rose.

There will also be stalls at the festival site which include the spirit of 58 stall, beer stalls, food tents, and plenty more.

Starting at 1pm and closing at 10pm, transport has also been organised with local Wrexham firm Prestige taxis so festival-goers can easily get back home from the event.

There will be several pick-up locations on-site - simply scan a QR code in a pickup location when you are ready to leave and a taxi will come for you.

The Leader:

Wrexham Lager said: "SIX HUNDRED! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you. We have just passed our 600th online ticket for Saturday’s Wrexham Lager Open Air Festival.

The Wrexham Lager stage is going up today and a handful of paper tickets are still available from the Brewery Shop & Commonwood Fishery."

The stage for the festival has already been set up at Commonwood Fishery for what promises to be an event to remember.

Tickets to the Open Air Festival are £20 each and can be purchased via the Wrexham Lager website: https://www.wrexhamlager.co.uk/festival/