So as Christmas is now over that means its time to look forward and start our summer plans! We thought we’d help you out and collate our list of all the festivals going on in Devon and Cornwall:

  • Boardmasters · 9th-13th August 2017: this is one of the biggest music festival in the South West and combines music, surf and skate. What is there not to love? The event is held in Newquay, Cornwall and the surf and skate is based at Fistral Beach.

#beautifuldays #festival #fireworks #Devon #livemusic

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  • Beautiful Days · 18th – 20th August 2017: this festival is held in Escot Park, Devon and is a family music festival. Beautiful days has also been shortlisted this year for the UK festival’s award for best medium sized festival.

Cannot wait for the festivities on the way #Perranporth #Cornwall #tunesinthedunes #beach

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  • Tunes in the Dunes · 30th -2nd July: this is a new festival set on the sands of Perranporth Beach, Cornwall. The British Longboard championships also take place as part of this event and so there is plenty to see and do.

#chagstock #festival #bubbles #kids

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  • Chagstock Music Festival · 21st-22nd July: This is a not for profit festival in the heart of Dartmoor in aid of Devon Air Ambulance Trust and Water Aid. This festival has also been nominated for a UK Festival Award.

Not long to go now and what a line up @levellers @wearedelasoul @drmeaker @caravanasun @zion_train_ Ticket link in bio :))

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  • Electric Beach Festival · TBC: This party is thrown on Fistral Beach, Newquay and is an electro/hip hop festival. However, there is no camping included with this one so you would need to make your own accomodation arrangements.

  • Glas-denbury Festival · 7th – 9th July: This festival is at Fairfield Farm, Denbury, near Newton Abbot in Devon. This is a family friendly music and arts festival and is probably the most quirky festival on this list.
  • Tropical Pressure Festival · 14th – 16th July: This festival celebrates the rich cultures of Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean on the cliffs of Cornwall. It is also a 100% veggie festival!