Auditions to find the next star to represent Wales at the Junior Eurovision is coming to Carmarthen.

Do you know a young talent who is between 9-14 years old and who loves performing? If so, they could be the star of Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 which is held this year at Gliwice, Poland on November 24.

For a second year, S4C and production company Rondo Media are looking for a young star to represent Wales at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

This is a unique opportunity for young people between the ages of 9 and 14, individuals or groups up to six members, to perform before an audience of millions across Europe and beyond.

The journey to find a star to perform at the Junior Eurovision will broadcast on S4C in the series Chwilio am Seren Junior Eurovision.

Following a selection process, a live final will broadcast on S4C where the public will decide who will go on to represent Wales on the European stage.

Viewers will then follow their Junior Eurovision star to the pinnacle of the competition, with a live broadcast of all the action from the Gliwice Arena on S4C on November 24.

Auditions are being held at Canolfan S4C Yr Egin, Carmarthen on April 24 .

To guarantee your audition slot, register online at

The deadline to register closes at 10pm on Thursday, 18 April.

Last year, Wales competed for the first time ever as an individual nation in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Manw Lili, from Rhostryfan, represented Wales in the competition in Minsk, Belarus in November 2018.

This year, Lloyd Macey will be joining Tara Bethan and Connie Fisher as one of the mentors.

Lloyd found fame on The X Factor in 2017 and has performed live before audiences of more than 150,000 across Britain.

“I’m delighted to be joining the judges,” said Lloyd.

“I’m a huge fan of the Eurovision Song Contest and have been watching it for years.

I’m looking forward to meeting the competitors and helping them through the process.

"I watched the series last year and the talent was totally amazing.”

“I think we are very lucky in Wales that we have a tradition of performing but also we are familiar with being judged and pleasing judges.

"We’re used to having to learn from that and work on our craft and this is something unique and very special.

“I can’t wait for the auditions to begin and I’m looking forward to seeing who will fly the flag for Wales on the European stage."

Auditions will also be held at Aberystwyth, Cardiff, and Llandudno.

Full information on dates, rules and how to enter are available online at