How to a purchase a ticket for the 2024 Eisteddfod?

Tickets are available here

Am I eligible for lower income tickets?

You can find information on our lower income tickets here. You can find the criteria here too.

How much are tickets?

The ticket price list can be found here. Make the most of Early Bird Prices before the 19th of May! 

Will the ticket prices be changing?

Ticket prices will increase on the 19th of May, grab your early bird tickets before then!


Can I buy a ticket on the door?

Yes, but prices increase on the 19th of May!

Can I bring my dog to the Maes? 

No, the only dogs allowed on the Maes are guide dogs and welfare dogs. 



How do I get to the Maes?

See how to find the Maes here!

Can I bring alcohol to the Maes?

No, but there'll be a bar on the Maes on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday for Triban Festival.


I'm a carer, can I get a free ticket?

Yes. When purchasing a Disabled ticket on our ticket system you can claim one companion ticket for free. 

Do I need to print my tickets?

No, we encourage you to use your tickets on your phone as an E-Ticket.

Do I need to pay for parking at the Eisteddfod?

No, the parking is free at the Eisteddfod.

What time does the Maes open?

The Maes will open at 7:45am everyday between the 27th of May and 1st of June. 


When will I receive my tickets?

You will receive your tickets via email following your purchase. If you have applied for lower income tickets, you will receive these a week before the Eisteddfod. 

Can I bring my dog to the Maes?

Dogs aren't allowed on the Maes except for guide dogs and welfare dogs. 

How do I see the Maes timetable?

You'll be able to see it on the Eisteddfod App


The app will be out very soon!

What facilities are available for people with disabilities or accessibility needs?

Facilities include:

- A Blue Badge car park outside the Main Entrance
- Accessible toilets
- Changing facilities by the Main Entrance and opposite the Adlen.

The Maes also has metal trackways along the site leading to vendors and Pavilions. Due to the fact this is a greenfield site, there are no trackways leading to some vendors and areas.

If you ever need assistance during your visit, please speak to an Urdd staff member (in red lanyards) or a member of the Diogel team (in green hi-vis jackets).