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- that's the message from Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens as he urges people and places in across South Wales to get involved and find their favourite new sound on the third Welsh Language Music Day on February 9.

The day celebrates all forms of Welsh Language music and it's easy to tune in and discover something you'll love.

Music comes to life when it's experienced live and free events aimed at gig goers, parents and children, young people, students and businesses are happening all across the country organised by promoters including S?n, BBC Horizons, Forté Project and Clwb Ifor Bach.

At Llanelli's Ffwrnes Theatrau Sir Gar, in association with Cymraeg for Kids, Big Fish Little Fish Cymru will present a Welsh rave for the family.

The celebration of Welsh music will feature DJ's Huw 'Bunf' Bunford from Super Furry Animals and Gareth Potter.

Womanby streets' Castle Emporium will provide the backdrop for an all-day event featuring artists such as folk musician Gentle Good and grunge band Los Blanco's, with headline acts soon to be announced.

The capital's iconic music venue Clwb Ifor Bach will welcome Alys Williams and her talented band. Previously mentored by Tom Jones on BBC's The Voice, Alys will be joined by Iwan Huws, following the success of releasing 'Mis Mêl'.

Forte Project, the new music development scheme uncovering the next bright young things in music emerging from South Wales, are once again proudly involved in Welsh Language Music Day.

Throughout the day, Forte Project alumni, Jack Ellis, a bilingual artist, who is no stranger to Welsh language circles with previous appearances at Battle of the Bands at Maes B, will be performing a series of impromptu performances across the Valleys region. All through the morning, Jack will be calling upon office workers and daytime trade in Merthyr, presenting his material and discussing the story of the song to young pupils in Lewis Pengam Boys School.

The day will culminate in an exclusive Forte Project showcase in Blackwood Miners Institute in the evening.

Gower College Swansea's Gorseinon campus will host an all-day event showcasing bilingual Welsh music talent and DJ sets, in different locations all over the campus.

BBC Horizons and Radio Wales' Bethan Elfyn and Simon Parton from the Swansea Music Hub will be leading a guest lecture to the music students at Gower College.

If you want to listen from the safety of your smartphone- or you're a business that would like to play more Welsh language music to its staff or customers- there's six playlists curated by DJ Gareth Potter including Acoustic, Electronica, Campfire Sing Song, Chill Out, Workout and Legends to play on Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer, easily available by scanning a Shazam code with a phone camera.

BBC Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens, ambassador for the day, said: "Whatever you're into, Dydd Miwsig Cymru is a day to help you discover music you'll love.

"If you've never heard or not heard much Welsh language music, it might not be what you think it is. And you don't need to understand any Welsh to get into it.

"There's incredible music of almost every genre, all being made in the Welsh language. Try something and you might just find your favourite new sound."

The day is a part of the long-term vision to see a million people speaking and using Welsh by 2050.

Spread the love and the music by using the hashtag #DyddMiwsigCymru #WelshLanguageMusicDay.

Free packs with information on how to be part of the day are available by emailing Cymraeg@gov.wales.

Playlists can be found at cymraeg.gov.wales/DyddMiwsigCymru/Cynnwys/Playlists/?lang=en.