With almost two months until Boardmasters returns for another epic festival filled to the brim with live music and world class surfing, the line-up for The Keg & Pasty has been unveiled along with more mega names set to perform this August.
There’ll be three days of music and comedy at The Keg & Pasty, with even more of the best musical talent added to the line-up for Watergate Bay, as well as the famous Beach Sessions on Fistral Beach. Don’t miss out, Boardmasters takes place from 9-13 August and tickets are on sale NOW via the Boardmasters website.
The latest line-up reveal sees over 20 acts to perform at The Keg & Pasty – Watergate Bay’s traditional Cornish pub. The bill includes DJ sets from Mongolian Disco Show and Club Peel, three consecutive nights of Cornish comedy from the local favourite Kernow King, The line-up also includes local talent including The Defs, Hedluv & Passman and Daytoner along with ska-punk inspired The Ska Vengers, Cut Capers and more. There’ll also be Open Mic sessions and a Livewire Showcase each night. The Keg and Pasty is not to be missed, so head down for beer, music, comedy and fresh, warm Cornish pasties at Boardmasters 2017.
In more big Boardmasters news, the unbeatable line-up continues to grow with British soul queen Laura Mvula, BBC Radio 1’s Phil Taggart, ‘We Are Stars’ hitmaker Callum Beattie and UK electro sensation High Contrast. Leeds indie rockers Pulled Apart By Horses, Dutch Uncles who released Big Balloon earlier this year, Kiss Fresh DJ Charlie Tee, Panda, Punctual and last but by no means least Seb Clifford are all added to the bill today.
And there’s more … joining the Fistral Beach ‘Beach Sessions’ are Congo Natty (ft. Congo Dubs & Iron Dread) bringing jungle vibes and local band Ten Bob Notes who’ll be performing on Wednesday, and K.B.S. (Reggae Soundsystem) on Thursday. Tickets are on sale now for these truly special sunset gigs.
Inspired by the freedom, adventure and creativity of surfing and music, Boardmasters was born in 1981. Expect parties that run late into the night and a beautiful beach to recuperate on during the day. The 5-day event is situated across two stunning locations in Cornwall – the surfing mecca of the UK, Fistral Beach, where world class International Surf Competitions take place, and arguably the most stunning location in the country to watch live music, Watergate Bay. Last year the grassroots surf and music festival welcomed over 150,000 festival goers to sunny Cornwall.