THE FOCUS Wales festival has concluded for another year leaving long-lasting memories in Wrexham City Centre.

Celebrating its 14th year, the Welsh festival welcomed new and emerging talent to various stages across Wrexham including Ty Pawb, Llwyn Isaf, Hope Street Church and the Old No.7 Bar.

From Thursday, May 9 until Saturday, May 12 Wrexham has been jam-packed with crowds gathering to support and celebrate local and international artists, film screenings, bands and art sessions.

Andy Jones, director and music orogrammer of FOCUS Wales, said: "We're overwhelmed by the positive response we've had to FOCUS Wales 2024.


"It was by far our biggest edition to date with over 22,000 attendees from around the world in Wrexham for the event.

"We have big plans in place for FOCUS Wales 2025, which will mark our 15th anniversary year, and we'll be announcing our dates soon, so follow us on socials or see for more info."

Photographer Brent Jones has been capturing some of the best moments from the festival this year. See our gallery for the final night's performances.