St Davids Cathedral Festival runs from Friday May 27 to Sunday June 5.  Please note that coach tours are not permitted during this time.

Face-coverings are no longer mandatory in the Cathedral, but you are welcome to wear them if that makes you feel comfortable.
Hand sanitizer is available and there is plenty of space for everyone - let's continue to keep one another safe.


See below for our current and upcoming events.

Castles for the Queen - Cestyll ar gyfer y Frenhines
2nd June 2022

Come and join in the Family Jubilee Sandcastle Competition. Judges decisions in all categories at 3pm (just-before-Canute-time).  There may be cake and ice-creams for the winners.

Emma Purslow and Eleanor Kornas - Violin and Piano
2nd June 2022

Emma Purslow and Eleanor Kornas present a programme for dreamers as they look at memories of childhood through music’s lens. Including works by Mozart and Enescu’s Impressions of Childhood.

Morriston Orpheus Choir
2nd June 2022

The legendary male voice choir comes to St Davids for this lunchtime concert in celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

With thanks for support from JCP Solicitors

Tea with Ivor Novello
2nd June 2022

Direct from its debut in Covent Garden, a nostalgic musical reminiscence in the company of Welsh composer, Ivor Novello (Ian McMillan from the piano) who is joined by André Rieu’s very own star sop

Connaught Brass
2nd June 2022

A ‘thrilling young brass ensemble at the start of what is sure to be a major international career’ (Great Birmingham Brass Fest), Connaught Brass are rapidly making a name for themselves as a fresh

Vox Angelica, Vicars Choral and Choral Scholars by Candlelight
2nd June 2022

A feast of choral music including a performance of A Song for the Commonwealth which will be performed by choirs up and down the UK and in all 54 Commonwealth countries as beacons are lit to celebr

Rachel Starritt - Piano Recital
3rd June 2022

Blind from birth, the post-graduate student at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama has established herself as a thrilling improvisor in both classical and jazz genres.

Eluned Morgan talks with Kathryn Lambert
3rd June 2022

The Minister for Health and Social Services for Wales talks with Kathryn Lambert from Arts in Health about the role of music and the arts in our well-being.  Chaired by Peter Florence.

Picnic in the Palace with the NHS Wales Choir
3rd June 2022


Simon Jenkins - Europe's Best Cathedrals
3rd June 2022