Tropical Pressure Festival 2018

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Tropical Pressure Festival 2018 - a celebration of the musical beats of Africa, Latin America & the Caribbean!<br>The 5th annual Tropical Pressure Festival will definitely not disappoint lovers of tropical music from around the globe. Building on the success of previous years 2018 will feature even more legendary musicians, new collaborations, new performance spaces and cultural experiences to satisfy the first time festival goer right through to those with the keenest of musical taste... all whilst still retaining the friendly, beautiful and intimate atmosphere it is so well know for.<br>Located at Mount Pleasant Eco Park up above the beach at Porthtowen on the North Cornish Coast the festival is a recharging experience that truly seeks to welcome all for a taste of topical paradise!<br>All tickets are sold subject to Tropical Pressure Festival's Terms & Conditions.<br>Please read them carefully before purchasing a ticket, as purchase constitutes acceptance, both by you and any third party you are purchasing tickets on behalf of.<br>We look forward to seeing you in July!

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