Wrexham Lager has promised future festivals are in the pipeline following the success of its inaugural event this weekend.

The Wrexham Lager Open Air Festival was held at Commonwood Fishery on Saturday, (June 18) and was the first of its kind for the lager company.

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It was attended by more than 750 people and the line up concentrated on promoting local bands. It featured headliners Dafydd Iwan, who performed the famous Yma O Hyd, which shot to top of UK iTunes charts after Wales qualified for the World Cup, and closing the festival were local favourites Declan Swans.

Event organiser Joss Roberts of Wrexham Lager said: "We are so proud of how the first ever Wrexham Lager music festival went. There was a lot of excitement leading up to Saturday, but also a lot of nerves. The weather wasn’t predicted to be the best, but we remained hopeful and as always, Wrexham turned out in their numbers and it was truly overwhelming support. I can’t thank anyone more who turned up and made it such a special day. It was a proper feel-good community day!"

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Fellow event organiser Thomas Dunn of Commonwood Fishery has big plans for the site with glamping now available and much more going on including a thriving cafe.

He said: "A massive thank you for respecting The venue and we can’t wait for the next one! Happy days!"

Joss added: "We’ll take a few days now to dust ourselves down, and then it’s onto the next project!"

The team has been teasing a new beer for some time, and in a few more weeks Wrexham Lager has promised that people will be 'sipping on the perfect summer session beer!'

It’s going to be worth the wait!

Here is the Wrexham Lager Open Air Festival in Pictures: