HRH Prog VII 2018 Preview Posted on Thu 1st November 2018
HRH Prog roars back in 2018 with Hawkwind, Pendragon, Martin Barre, The Stawbs and many more
HRH Prog returns to Haven Hafan y Mor Holiday Park, Pwllheli, in North Wales 15th-18th November 2018.
Billed as one of the biggest Prog weekends on the planet, our FFA Reviewers simply love this annual event. Read the FFA HRH Prog VI 2017 Review for just a flavour of what this great weekend has to offer.
“‘Prog’ is a broad church and the billing provided some stunning talent from Psychedelia to stadium classic rock bands. There was more than enough at HRH Prog to satisfy most palates… and so it proved.”
With a complete change of format planned for 2019, HRH Prog is destined to leave their long-time base at Hafan y Mor, so now is the year to truck on down to Pwllheli to enjoy the current set-up for one last time… and 2018 promises to be an absolute cracker!
Hawkwind, Pendragon, Martin Barre, The Stawbs, Martin Turner, Don Airey, and Tir Na Nog are just a few of the top acts to grace the stages over the weekend. Couple all that with multiple accommodation options, all the facilities Hafan y Mor as to offer, the stunning location on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, a great crowd, and decent food and drink options - and there little not to like about HRH Prog. It really is an excellent weekend with 27 class acts to blow the autumn blues away. Don’t forget the weekend also offers acoustic sessions, after show parties, large auditoria, tabled seating and a host of other entertainment offerings; so this is Prog at its finest and most civilised. Indeed, these weekends are the best of a gig, festival, and cabaret all rolled into one… and with a nice warm bed to retire to when it all gets too much!
A range of ticket and accommodation options are still available, including Day Passes, so enjoy the current HRH Prog format whilst you can… but be quick – this is a hot date!
Haven Hafan y Mor Holiday Park, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 6HX
Dates: 15th - 18th Nov 2018
Price: Price Varies
Article by Barrie Dimond