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Pork & Cider Festival

Saturday 27th July 2024 | 12pm - 8pm
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We're going even bigger this year with a new Pork & Cider Festival. You danced, drank, and ate to your heart's content with us last year, and we're asking you to do it all again on Saturday 27th July.
7 talented local bands and artists performing for you LIVE
A 'proper job' feast of Cornish pork cooked by the TPP chefs throughout the day
STALLS by some of the best South West businesses
Just £10pp entry for an all-day stay and to see as many bands as you want (pay on entry)
We are going to be back putting on a right ol' knees up for one MEGA afternoon. So put it in your diary, calendar, someone else's calendar, and get ready for some good ol' fashion fun. Will you be joining us?


Taylor T.

Capturing a raw and rustic indie folk sound with his voice and a guitar, Taylor T is a singer/songwriter that hails from Cornwall but is renowned all over the world. "His voice fits beautifully into the rustic folk scene we know so well." - When The Horn Blows.

Taylor is our opening act and will be taking to the stage from 12.30pm.

PorkChop with a Cider Banjo.

Local lad Pork Chop is a bluegrass artist with South Western comedy artistically mixed in. First performing for us in 2023, his Cornish tones have been a hit for all, so we welcome him and the beys back from 1.30pm with a few ciders no doubt in hand.

The Horizons.

Indie, Rock & Pop stars 'The Horizons' will be performing live at Tre, Pol & Pen for the first time at the festival. Lovers of big guitar riffs, epic drums, original music and floor-filling covers won't want to miss them. Following on from their all-star performance at Tunes in the Dunes, you can catch the band on stage from 2.30pm.

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The Stowes.

The Stowes have built on a shared love of traditional Celtic music and unique personal experience to create a signature sound. The result is an infectious energy that appeals to audiences of multiple generations and enthusiasts of almost every genre.

They'll be giving it their all on stage from 3.30pm.

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Queen Anne's Revenge.

Torquay duo James and Tim know how to work a crowd when they put on their pirate hats. Playing a mixture of classic folk and shanty covers with some nautical-themed songs, they'll be working up a swashbuckling performance for you from 4.30pm.

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Change The Letter.

The sound of Kernowfornia. The Rob duo fuse American rock and country with British folk to craft honest, relatable and memorable songs. Their seamless switching between genres makes for a live performance that is catchy, authentic and sweeps you up in a sing-along.

Catch the Cornish duo from 5.30pm.

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The Taylor Trio.

The ultimate prelude to the main act will be performed by Liskeardians The Taylor Trio from 6.30pm. Performing an electrifying mix of blues, rock and soul with years of experience under their belt, you'll be well and truly rocking & rolling.

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