Via: Wales Online
The festival was successfully launched last year at The Full Moon in Cardiff. It proved a huge hit when it was launched last year now the Full Moon Rum Festival is heading back to Cardiff .
Taking place at The Full Moon in Womanby Street, event manager Sam Holland, promises there will be something to cater for all tastes.
He said: “Last year’s rum festival was a total game-changer for us here at The Full Moon. We’ve always loved our rum, and have always prided ourselves on our rum selection here.
“The reaction from last year’s event has shown us that we’re not alone. Our bar staff have an incredible knowledge and passion for rum, and they’ve been trained to help everyone navigate our enormous menu, from complete beginners to seasoned aficionados. We really do have something for everyone this year.
It will take place during the May Bank Holiday weekend – Friday, April 29 to Sunday, May 1.
With an extensive back bar stocked with a wide range of spirits and liqueurs, The Full Moon in Cardiff boasts one of the most wide range of rum selections in the city.
This May Day Bank Holiday the team behind The Full Moon will be welcoming connoisseurs and aficionados of the nectar of the gods to come and sample over 100 different bottles of rum.
But it’s not just about rum, there will also be live music, food from pop-up restaurants and much more.
The festival will kick off with Pirate Night (April 29) when Seas of Mirth will be performing. The final night is Caribbean Night and it will feature Captain Accident & The Disasters.
Saturday night will be Cuban Night but the acts are to be confirmed.
It is free entry to the festival from 3pm until 4am each day.