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Celebrate This Place Returns to Cardiff in 2024 following a sell-out year in 2023

Wednesday, 14 February 2024


Celebrate This Place returns to Cardiff for its second iteration in 2024.

Taking place on May 25th & 26th for the Bank Holiday Weekend, following a sold out event in 2023. The two day festival will take place at Tramshed Cardiff, a 1,000 capacity venue located in the City Centre.

Headlining day one of the festival is the enigmatic masked Rap artist CASISDEAD, who is currently nominated for a BRIT award for Best Hip-hop/grime/rap act, and who’s highly anticipated debut album ‘Famous Last Words’ which came out in 2023 charted 7th on the UK Official Album Charts.

Headlining day two of the festival are Warmduscher, party-starters with a penchant for punk-funk dance grooves and witty, dirty lyrics. The London based band have worked with Ithe likes of ggy Pop and Soulwax, and were hailed by BBC 6 Music DJ Marc Riley as the “best band on the planet.”

Celebrate This Place is brought to you by the team at Clwb Ifor Bach, that also organise the city’s annual multi-venue showcase festival ‘Sŵn’.

“We’re excited to be bringing Celebrate This Place back for its second year at Tramshed, this time with 2 huge headliners. Casisdead makes his Cardiff debut headline on Saturday while Warmduscher make their long awaited return on Sunday with their biggest Welsh headline to date. A lot more to come soon.”

– Adam Williams, Head of Music (Clwb Ifor Bach, Celebrate This Place)

This will be the festivals second year running, following on from the success of last years sell-out event that took place at Clwb Ifor Bach and Tramshed Cardiff.

The 2023 edition hosted international names such as Canadian post-punks COLA, as well as spotlighting Welsh artists Islet, Slate, and Plastic Estate.