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Summer nights in Cornwall

Here in Cornwall, there is great scope to enjoy a number of different events, from buzzing live music events in pubs and bars, to amazing festivals by the beach.

We’ve focused on some of our top events in Cornwall that are bringing fantastic musicians, great food and drink and immaculate vibes to the area this summer. Don’t forget to book tickets as quickly as possible to ensure you don’t miss out!

Tre, Pol & Pen

Head to Tre, Pol & Pen at Lezant for their variety of summer events. If you are a car enthusiast, settle in for their outdoor cinema on 12th August, 8pm, which will have a real ‘drive-in’ feel and will provide the chance to watch a car-themed film with some delicious food.

Or if investigating is more your style, why not book a space on their Murder Mystery Evening on 19th August? Experience an evening of drama and intrigue, played over a three-course dinner, which is included in the ticket price.

People will be able to get hands-on with birds of prey and interact with a falconry demonstration on 2nd August, perfect for people, young or old, interested in these majestic birds.

And if you’re waiting for one of the biggest sporting events of the summer, Wimbledon, head over to Tre, Pol & Pen to take advantage of their tennis-themed offers and watch a match during your visit.

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Cornwall Folk Festival - Looking for some top quality music in a quintessentially Cornish setting? Look no further than Cornwall Folk Festival, which takes place over the August bank holiday weekend in Wadebridge.

The town centre event runs over five days, with headline concerts, a dance, and multiple showcases of local talent.

Top Cornish ceilidh band KRELYS open on Thursday 24th August, with supergroup Gigspanner Big Band the following day. Other acts include the amazing Kinnaris Quintent on the Saturday, and Seth Lakeman on the Sunday.

Daytime Saturday to Monday, the festival hangs outside at its FAR stage with back-to-back local acts, where proceedings close on Monday 28th with Padstow’s finest The Stowes. Elsewhere the town’s pubs, cafes and streets host a myriad of performers and dancers.


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