But there’s way too much to cram into one day, so we’ve crafted a four-day digital feast of good things. A selection of epic sights, stories and sounds to celebrate our nation with the world.

Whether you’re in Cardiff or Canberra, Caernarfon or California. Join us online. A croeso cynnes – the very warmest of welcomes - awaits.

How to join us

We’ll be live across all of the main social channels. Follow us now, using the links below, so you don’t miss a thing!

Twitter @WalesDotCom

Instagram @WalesDotCom

Facebook @WalesDotCom

What’s happening

Take a look at the Gŵyl Dewi 2021 event timetable, set a reminder, and enjoy.

Get involved

Share, re-tweet, like and comment on the feast of stories, films and music as it goes live.

And remember to tell us how and where you’re celebrating Gŵyl Dewi.

Add #GŵylDewi or #StDavidsDay to your posts, tweets, videos and stories.

Dewi's digital swag bag

We’ve created a collection of good things from Wales for you to share on social media.

We might not be able to bring you to Wales if you’re missing home, but we can make your Zoom calls and phone backgrounds a little more exciting.

Zoom / Teams backgrounds

Smartphone backgrounds

Pick your playlists

We've put together some great Gŵyl Dewi Spotify playlists showcasing great music from artists in Wales, creating music across all genres.

Ymlacio: Relax with Wales playlist on Spotify.

Ysbrydoliaeth: Inspiration for Wales playlist on Spotify.

Goreuon: Hits from Wales playlist on Spotify.

For the best new Welsh music, follow Creative Wales on Spotify.

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