Preview: Tropical Pressure Festival (17-19th July 2015)


Notice to mariners: the musical storm system named Tropical Pressure Festival is moving towards the Cornish coast and is expected to shake, rattle and roll the town of Porthtowan between the 17th and 19th of July.

Throughout three days and nights, hot, exuberant and juicy sounds coming from the regions between the Tropics, will let people move, dance and wiggle like there won’t be a tomorrow.
More thirty exciting and exotic acts will perform on the two outdoor stages set in the scenic coastal landscape of Mount Pleasant Ecological Park .
If local and young artists will on in the Amphitheatre local a
Among them, the legendary Jamaican roots reggae played by The Mighty Twinkle Brothers, afrofunk and highlife prophet Ebo Taylor, calypso bearersKobo Town, groovy nu-latino mix Manteca, high-proof Latin American upbeat The Fontanas and Senegalese griot and kora master Diabel Cissokho.
While sound systems and djs from Movimientos, Absolute Radio and Strut Records will swing the night away in the “subterranean world” of Fandangos.
To crown the experience and delight all the palates, there will also be vegetarian-only food stalls and a series of curious and intriguing workshops (from tang to tribal mask making).

If you are ready to be blown away by a music experience like no other and stand the rhythmic pressure of tropical styles, head to Cornwall and make the most of an event which promises to be a unique festival!

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