Looe Live! is one of a kind three-day festival, that’s more of a friendly gathering where music and arts fill the streets in a whole town takeover. Over 100 performances are taking place on the main stages, on the streets and in venues across the whole town. With four stages, including one on the beach, and classical music stage in Riverside church – expect a variety of musical genres from jazz to funk, rock, blues and country and western.
The festival offers the chance to hear some stellar music, fill up on local food and drink, dance on the sea front and get stuck into a full programme of activities and workshops across the town.
There are two main areas of the festival – the ticketed main stage venues and the community lead zones.
The main stages, at Buller Quay and the BBC Music introducing stage on the beach, are hosting the likes of Level 42, The Shires, The Fisherman’s Friends and Newton Faulkner – to name but a few…
The Community Zone, on the seafront, will showcase the best of Looe’s groups and organisations – such as the Marine Conservation, Looe Film Society, Looe Sea Scouts, Elie’s Haven, Talon’s Raptor and Reptile Show, Looe Memory Cafe , Looe Marine Conservation, Plastic Free Looe and Looe Community Players.
The other community led areas are the Choir Zone (free entrance) in the RNLI Boathouse and the Classical Zone (small entrance charge for non-ticket holders) in the Riverside Church.
Day tickets are available for these from £25 for adults (£12.50 for children) and weekend tickets are from £65 (£32.50 for children).
Find out more: https://looelive.co.uk/