Yoello powers the first live music event in Wales since March 2020
This Saturday, May 15, Cardiff Castle is set to host a large outdoor gig as part of the Welsh Government’s coronavirus pilot scheme.
This will be the first time live music has been performed to an audience in Wales since the start of the pandemic in March 2020.
Tafwyl 2021 is a Welsh arts and culture festival showcasing Welsh language artists and musicians including Ani Glass, Eädyth and Geraint Jarman. The free to attend festival will be used as a scheme to see how large events might work during the pandemic.
500 people will be able to attend the festival, however, individuals can’t purchase tickets and those interested have to register parties of between four and six people, who will then be selected at random.
Those who are selected to attend will still have to stick to social distancing rules and attendees need to show proof of a negative PCR test up to five days before the event and a negative rapid lateral flow device test 24 hours before the event in order to get in.
On-site individuals will be able to order food and drink via the Yoello Order & Pay platform which will deliver food and beverages directly to their table from favourite Cardiff vendors such as The Grazing Shed.