Welsh language music day

Dydd Miwsig Cymru
Welsh Language Music Day

7 February 2020 is Welsh Language Music Day

Welsh Language Music Day celebrates all forms of Welsh Language music. Whether you’re into indie, rock, punk, funk, folk, electronica, hip hop or anything else, there’s incredible music being made in the Welsh language for you to discover.

Don’t speak Welsh or thinking of learning Welsh? Miwsig is for everyone. Get involved...

There's so much going on to celebrate Welsh Language Music Day - here are some ways you can be a part of it:

  • join the converstion using the hashtag #dyddmiwsigcymru
  • follow us on Twitter and Facebook
  • share this page and spread the news to all of your friends


Listen to our specially curated Welsh Language Music Day playlists

Here are some playlists of great Welsh artists for you to enjoy: 

Best of Wales

Best of Wales

Listen to our bilingual Best of Wales playlist containing some legendary acts such as Catatonia, Alffa and Super Furry Animals

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Seren a Sbarc 

Seren a Sbarc

This playlist is great for a school disco or a kids birthday party.

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In the cafe

In the cafe

This playlist is perfect for a chill café vibe.

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In the bar

In the bar

Do you run a bar? Why not try this playlist to celebrate Welsh Language Music Day.

Listen on Spotify

Discover all of our playlists on Spotify

Stage your own gig

If you own a business space, have sway in a community hall or want to host a Dydd Miwsig Cymru gig in your back garden – this handy gig guide will give you some great tips! You may also be able to get some support from the Night Out scheme.

How your business can get involved

Just as these businesses have - John Lewis, The Co-operative, EE, Welsh Brew Tea, Cardiff Airport, Brains, Lush, Waitrose and Principality Building Society.