Llanfyllin workhouse will be hosting a weekend of music and entertainment this summer as the Workhouse Party event is set to return.

Described as “a fabulously small and cosy, family friendly event”, the weekend will be marking 20 years since Workhouse Party began when it returns on June 21 for the first time in six years.  

There will be music, workshops, dancing, camping, lagers, ciders, great food, and scenery to enjoy over three Welsh summer days.

The party is organised by a volunteer committee, who will be bringing the festival back to Llanfyllin for the first time in six years.


A spokesperson for the event said: “We’re really excited to get the party up and running again and really looking forward to bringing the much beloved party back to Llanfyllin.

"We’ve got so much local talent and it’s great to be able to showcase that! We can’t wait to welcome 500 back to the amazing site and have a great weekend.”

Campsite opens at noon on Friday, June 21, and closes noon on Monday, June 24. Music starts at 12pm on Friday and the event ends at 6pm on Sunday.