Running from 3pm–3am with as many bands, DJs, hotdogs and face paint as you can conceivably cram into those hours
Saturday afternoon, and with the effects of last night’s beer banging around at the base of my skull I drag myself to the second day of Wales Goes Pop!, Cardiff’s very own celebration of all things twee
The general sense of communal decency given off by Wales Goes Pop! is exemplified by Rozi Plain, who helps the final day’s schedule run smoothly by playing two 20-minute sets in the cafe, between other artists’ longer stints on the main stage
The inaugural Wales Goes Pop! weekender last year was a bold move – the appeal of indiepop, in its twee and resolutely non-charting form, doesn’t add up to a guaranteed money-spinner.
Find out what’s going on in South Wales this week Capital City Jazz Orchestra (Tue 22 Apr,8pm, Tickets: £12-£13) […]
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