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Check out some of the events happening on our network in February 2020

There are some amazing days out to be had in Wales this February here's a selection of events that you can get to on our trains. Don't forget to check out our ways to save section that can help you travel for less, like saving up to 48%* when booking Advance tickets or traveling in a group.

 

Crickhowell Comedy Festival

Crickhowell Comedy Festival by Train

The inaugural Crickhowell Comedy Festival proudly present shows from world-famous comedians including Mark Watson, Rich Hall and Zoe Lyons.

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Gigs at Motorpoint Cardiff

Travel by train to see The 1975 at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena 23 Feb 2020

From gigs like the Kaiser Chiefs, James Blunt, The 1975 and events like the Snooker and Harlem Globetters there are lots of events to suit everyone.

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Rugby 6 Nations

Rugby 6 Nations

Come to Principality Stadium and soak up the unique atmosphere of this city centre stadium. After the game join the locals in one of Cardiff's watering holes for your own post-match analysis.

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Bangor Music Festival

Bangor Music Festival

New music - new experiences! This year's line up includes the The Swansea Laptop Orchestra, Richard Craig, Bangor University Fusion Ensemble and Electroacoustic Wales. Find out more from Bangor Music Festival

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Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day in Wales

Escape the hurly-burly for a cosy Valentine's Day break at one of our super romantic hotels, cottages, country houses or castles. Or maybe you fancy a unique boutique Romantic Bolthole.  If you're paying a shorter visit, why not wine and dine the love of your life at one of our romantic restaurants.  Search for romantic breaks in Wales.

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  • 10 January 2020
    Lab by Transport for Wales: innovation as a driver for the transformation of Wales' rail network
    Led by TfW Rail Services, in partnership with Alt Labs, and fully funded by the public transport authority (TfW), the "Lab by Transport for Wales" opened its doors this month (9 January).