1st week of September
You can’t get more Cornish than the annual identity and Celtic heritage celebrations held by Gorsedh Kernow. This year the host town is Launceston and as well as music, dance, events and displays, you’ll witness the annual Bardic ceremony where new Bards are initiated.
Catch the last few days of summer holiday activities before the kids go back to school for the new academic year.
It starts with Mining Day, followed by the all important Pasty Day and finishing with Memorial Day (and the Redruth Fun Day).
2nd week of September
The Little Orchard Cider and Music Festival is relatively new on the scene but is home to a huge range of delicious ciders, live music, hot tubs, feast evening, tractor rides, secret walks…and pig racing!
An immersive weekend of performance, pop-ups, music and visual arts. A lovely day out with family.
Showcasing seafood from all the local eateries and set in the 300 year old harbour, there’s an array of entertainment over the weekend.
St Ives comes alive with a full spectrum of arts and entertainment.
3rd week of September
A plethora of Cornish talent displayed in the grounds of Trereife House, Penzance.
World-class musicians bring classical music to life in a series of concerts
4th week of September
Held in the Cornish capital’s city centre, it’s the largest festival completely dedicated to all things Cornish and edible.
‘Last of the great late summer festivals’, this features a great big beach stage and musical entertainment on every street corner.
Hosting the penultimate heats at Watergate Bay, there’s a watery ton of excitement to witness.
With an amazing selection of beer and cider from around the world, find your new favourite beverage in amongst some of your old favourites.