SGÊR – Lineup Reveal – Iolo Whelan

SGÊR – Lineup Reveal – Iolo Whelan

Iolo is a drummer and percussionist from the Vale of Glamorgan.  Performing and teaching for a living for the past twenty years, he has always been involved in playing original music, and loves to accompany artists making their own work. From singer-songwriters and...
SGÊR – Lineup Reveal – Jordan Price Williams

SGÊR – Lineup Reveal – Jordan Price Williams

RWCMD graduate Jordan Price Williams has carved a niche for himself as a leading exponent of a new generation of traditional style cellists in Wales. A member of VRï, Pendevig, Elfen and a previous member of NoGood Boyo, Jordan has performed across the world and has...
SGÊR – Lineup Reveal – Selyf Edwards

SGÊR – Lineup Reveal – Selyf Edwards

Selyf performs regularly on fiddle with Cat’s Claw and Jac Y Do ceilidh and twmpath bands, both nationally and internationally, as well as accompanying many professional singers of various styles. For over forty years he has been an accompanist with a number of Welsh...
SGÊR Lineup Reveal – Samiwel Humphreys

SGÊR Lineup Reveal – Samiwel Humphreys

  Samiwel Humphreys comes from Llyn Peninsula on the beautiful North West Coast of Wales. His music comes from a background originally playing rock and electronic music in night clubs before discovering a magic mix of folk and modern styles playing guitar for award...
SGÊR – Lineup Reveal – Jamie Smith

SGÊR – Lineup Reveal – Jamie Smith

Jamie Smith is one of the UK’s finest accordionists. Born in South Wales, Jamie, aged 39, is best known for his work with the InterCeltic band Jamie Smith’s MABON. The band formed back when Jamie was still a teenager and has performed thousands of shows on several...
SGÊR – Lineup Reveal – Frank Joughin

SGÊR – Lineup Reveal – Frank Joughin

Frank Joughin is a 13-year-old fiddle player originally from south Wales and now living on the Isle of Man. He has won multiple awards for his playing including the NAMA award for contribution to Manx culture through music and first place for solo violin in The Guild...

The party has moved

Unfortunately, because of the present situation and in order to make full use of all facilities at the Hi-Tide, Cwlwm Cletaidd will have to take a break from tradition and move to the Autumn. This is an exciting opportunity to try something new. We are lining up our...

Cwlwm Celtaidd 2022

We are pleased to announce that Cwlwm Celtaidd will indeed be making its triumphant return in 2022! The dates have been confirmed as the 1st-3rd of April 2022 at the High Tide Porthcawl. Please stay tuned for updates as they...