’Croeso’ returns to Swansea City Centre from the 1 – 3 March 2024 in Swansea City Centre. This is Swansea’s event to celebrate St David’s Day and all thing’s Welsh.
The Event will take place in Swansea City Centre between 11am and 4pm, is free to attend and will be located on Oxford Street, Portland Street, Whitewalls and St David’s Place.
The St David’s Parade will start in St David’s Place and take the following route: Caer Street, Princess Way; The Kingsway; Union Street; Oxford Street; Whitewalls and back into St David’s Place for an hour between 12.00and 13.00 on Saturday 2 March.
The Event set up in St David’s Place and Oxford Street will begin on Monday 26 February. All working areas will be cordoned off to prevent pedestrian access. Access for emergency services will be maintained at all times.
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. Should you require any further information please visit the event website www.visitswanseabay.com/events/croeso/
or contact us via the options listed below during normal office hours.
In order to prevent indiscriminate parking and therefore hopefully minimise the inconvenience to residents, a number of road closures will be in place and “No parking” cones will be placed along several residential roads surrounding the park on each event day. Please be assured that emergency access will always be maintained.
During the build and take down periods, as well as during the events themselves, Singleton Park will remain open as usual, however access to some areas will be restricted and park users may experience a significant increase in vehicular traffic. Please follow the directional and safety signage as appropriate. As an alternative residents may find it more convenient to visit a different park in the local area.
This list will be updated as new events and activities are added to the calendar.
Further event information is available at www.enjoyswanseabay.com
We appreciate that everyone has different tolerant levels when it comes to music at events. Please rest assured that music levels at these concerts is always closely controlled. Officers from the Council’s Noise Pollution Team are in attendance at most large concerts and work closely with the concert promoters to keep sound levels within pre-agreed limits.
Limited sound checks will take place prior to each concert (no later than 21:00hrs).
A noise curfew is in place on each event day from 23:00hrs.
There will also be a dedicated noise hotline throughout the show – 07587 931212.
For large concerts, teams from the Council’s Cleansing Service will be on hand to address any problem litter areas.
A full clean-up operation will take place following each concert.
If you need further information, please email us at email@example.com. (This address is monitored during normal office hours Monday – Friday and during the large concerts in the park).
Questions in relation to ticket sales and availability will need to be directed to the relevant concert Promoter. Council staff are unable to access tickets or answer questions in relation to tickets.
For the larger concerts in the park. Licensing Officers from Swansea Council will be present to monitor music levels and to ensure licensing conditions are observed and our Event Residents & Business Contact Line will be in operation – 01792 635428 (2pm – 10pm each event day).