TICKETS for the eagerly awaited return of The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series go on sale from 1pm today, Wednesday, July 13th.

After a hiatus of three years, the high diving sport returns to the natural amphitheatre of the Blue Lagoon in Abereiddy.

The event sees divers pushing their bodies to the limits, from platforms suspended at 27 metres for men and 20 metres for women.

The world famous two-day event starts on Saturday, September 10, and tickets will be sold online and at five Pembrokeshire County Council locations throughout the county.

Organisers are expecting the tickets, which are sold on a first come first served basis, to sell out quickly.

General Admission tickets for the event sell at £15 and will be available at the following locations:

Fishguard Customer Service and Information Centre, Town Hall Market Square, SA65 9HE

Haverfordwest Library and Information Centre, Dew Street, SA61 1ST

• Pembroke Library and Information Centre, Commons Road, SA71 4EA

Tenby Customer and Information Centre, Upper Park Road, Tenby, SA70 7LT

Saundersfoot Library and Information Centre, Regency Hall, SA69 9NG

They are also available at:

• The National Trust Visitor Centre, High Street, St Davids, SA62 6SD

• Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre, High Street, St Davids, SA62 6NW

General admission tickets and Watercraft tickets will also be sold online via

“Anyone who saw the event the last time it was held in Pembrokeshire will know what a spectacular show it is, and I’ve no doubt demand for tickets will be as high as ever,” said Cabinet Member for Transportation and Major Events Councillor Rob Lewis.

“The Blue Lagoon is tailor made for the event as it provides a location to rival any in the World Series and a viewing platform for spectators that is second to none.

“I’m thrilled they have decided to return,” he added.

Due to the expected high demand, tickets will be limited to a maximum of six per transaction.

More information on the event can be found on