Whats on

What's on The comprehensive and up-to-date guide

What's on Cornwall - our essential and up-to-date guide to what's on in Cornwall including fun events for children, surf festivals, live music, agricultural shows, arts festivals and quirky local events. Our listings provide a comprehensive guide to all events and festivals with ideas to suit all ages, interests and budgets. 

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  1. Penryn Arts Festival| Art and Culture | South Cornwall

    Penryn Arts Festival

    22 May – 25 May

    Penryn Arts Festival is a community arts festival which annually presents an engaging programme of cultural events

  2. beach festival| Perranporth | North Cornwall| May Bank holiday

    Tunes in the Dunes

    22 May – 24 May

    The largest beach festival in Cornwall ready to host rock legends, Status Quo plus Scouting for Girls and Tom Odell.

  3. Fal River Festival, Cornwall

    Fal River Festival

    Falmouth, Truro, Roseland 22 May – 31 May

    Celebrating life on the River Fal this is a community festival encompassing over 150 events, including a fish festival, gig racing, swimming, wildlife walks and lots more.

  4. Bude & Stratton Folk Festival, Bude, Cornwall

    Bude & Stratton Folk Festival

    Bude 22 May – 25 May

    The Folk Festival is a friendly mix of folk concerts, workshops and themed events held annually on the late May Bank Holiday weekend. It features dance displays, music and song all based in and around the North Cornwall coastal town of Bude.

  5. Events in Cornwall, Open Studios Cornwall, Art & Culture

    Open Studios Cornwall

    Krowji 23 May – 31 May

    Artists and craftspeople all over Cornwall throw open the doors to their studios for a week at the beginning of the summer. 

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