The Shipyard Stage

The Shipyard Stage will provide three evenings of AFTER DARK PARTIES. The festival kicks off with Friday Night Opening party, Saturday Night Under the Sea Theme party and a more relaxed affair on Sunday evening that will start after the Bake-Off and Auction.

Lime Kiln Stage

Returning by popular demand is The Lime Kiln stage, located right next to the harbour, with music throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday. Stop a while, enjoy a drink at the bar and be entertained by an eclectic mix of local folk, funk, jazz and choirs kicking off at 10am on Saturday.

Confirmed to play is Suzie Mac who played at Looe Music Festival this year and Rosie Crow who has just released her self-titled solo album. Duncan Disorderly and the Scallywags will also be back in 2017 after their album launch and UK tour in 2016 and they’ll be joined by The Alex Hart Band and Echo Town.

Thanks to BBC Introducing at Radio Cornwall for supporting the Lime Kiln Stage. If you are an unsigned local musician get in touch with them!

Saturday, 22nd April

10am – Porthleven Town Band

11am – Samba Celtica

12pm – The Oggymen

1pm – Suzie Mac

2pm – Even Nine

3pm – The Rosie Crow Band

4pm Duncan Disorderly & the Scallywags

Sunday, 23rd April

10.30am – Porthleven Town Band

11.15am – Cornish Roots Big Band

12pm – Echo Town

1pm – Falmouth Community Gospel Choir

2pm – The Andy Quick Band

3pm – The Alex Hart Band