Tropical Pressure Festival

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After the huge success of our first ever event in 2014, Tropical Pressure Festival is back!

 

Join us for another celebration of the cultures of Latin America, Africa and the Caribbean on the Cornish Coast from Friday 17th to Sunday 19th July. 

 

Bands Confirmed so far:
Twinkle Brothers
Kobo Town
Manteca
United Vibrations
The Fontanas
Phoenix City Allstars
Subajah
Diabel Cissokho
Malavita
Dojo
7 Suns
Dakar Audio Club
Shanty
L'Orchestra du Montplaisant
Two Man Ting
+ MANY MORE TBC

 

"Thank you for such a fabulous experience that I will carry fond memories of for the rest of my life!"

 

"A great small festival with a really lovely atmosphere"

 

"Such a fantastic festival (in Cornwall!) Such lovely people and community feel. One happy festival. Please keep them coming, will definitely go again!"

 

"After stopping going to festivals because they were too big and too commercial (haven't been to one for four years), it was so nice to be somewhere so chilled and intimate"

 

"All the food was fantastic! Had the tastiest veggie burger of my life here...blown away by the food"

 

Weekend tickets are £70 per adult, including camping, with kids' half price and under 5's free.

 

*ROOTS ARENA* *Acoustic Stage* *FANDANGOS LATE-NIGHT SESSIONS* *100% Vegetarian Food* *MUSIC & DANCE WORKSHOPS* *Kids' Zone* *GROOVE TENT* *Healing Field* *STORYTELLING*

 

Head to www.tropicalpressure.co.uk for all the info.

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