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Elvis fans will return to the seaside town of Porthcawl this September for a unique celebration of The King.

Featuring a whole range of great events including competitions, live acts and celebrations of Elvis.
In addition, The Hi Tide hosts over 100 shows over the weekend, many with free admission.

Over twenty venues in and around the Town will form the Fringe Festival, making Porthcawl the largest Elvis event in Europe.

The Official Shows take place in the magnificent Grand Pavilion, one of the best preserved 1930s dancehall theatres in the country.

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  • Children welcome

Map & Directions

Road Directions

M4 Junction 37 & A4229.

Porthcawl Elvis Fest

Type:Music Festival

Porthcawl, Southern Wales, CF36 3AH

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Opening Times

Event (27 Sept 2024 - 29 Sept 2024)
Friday - SundayOpen


Porthcawl, PorthcawlPorthcawl is a holiday resort with a population of some 16,000 situated 25 miles west of Cardiff and 19 miles south-east of Swansea; it has an extensive promenade and several beaches, two of which have been awarded Blue Flag status.

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