The vibrant seaside town of Falmouth hosts a famous festival each year in August called 'Falmouth Week'.
It's an exciting week packed with live performances, regatta events and parades. There's something for all ages and interests during the famous Falmouth Week.
Events will take place all over Falmouth during this week but the central hub for activities is The Moor and live music events is mostly at the Waterfront. Falmouth week is sponsored by many local and national vendors and the town council to allow for many of the festivities to take place free of charge.
Red Arrows performing over the Waterfront 2016. Photo credit @charlottegetsaround via instagram.
Highlights of Falmouth Week 2022!
Carnival Day and Night. The marching carnival is free for spectators and if you want to register and be in it that is also free of charge!
The carnival route starts at 18:30 and goes through Killigrew Street, The Moor, Webster, Marker Street, Church Street, Arwenak Street.
From 7pm you can attend Live music from Falmouth Soul Sensation at the at the Waterfront Church Street Carpark this again is completely free!
The Wurzels perform their regional humous songs at the Waterfront this starts at 7:30pm and costs £15 for an early bird ticket.
Test your climbing skills for free at the Army climbing wall on The Moor. And the 'Place your Hands' Band Reef sing live at the Waterfront.
For lovers of Soul and Funk music 'Love Train Gospel Concert' might be just the thing you need. Tickets for this cost £15.
Greetings Cards are currently 12 for £10 in stores and online why not visit Whistlefish Falmouth Gallery while you're in town.
There is an RNLI Fun Day to educate and raise funds for The Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
The Red Arrows perform their fantastic acrobatic skills over the Waterfront, this takes place at 6pm
The fun isn't over yet, tonight you can be transported back to the 1970s to see 'Bad Manners' the popular SKA band perform live.
Following this the much anticipated Falmouth Firework display takes place once the sun goes down at 10pm.
The final night of Falmouth Week winds down with live comedy from the 'Cornish Comedian of the Year' Mimi and Nathan Caton known for his appearances on BBC's 'Mock The Week' and 'Russell Howard's Good News'!
The Emergency Services Open Day at Falmouth Community Fire station for anyone who has a keen interest in potentially joining the Police, Ambulance or Fire services.
To find out more info and book tickets visit falmouthweek.co.uk
Falmouth Tall Ships Are Back
For the first time in nine years the Tall Ships will be docking in Falmouth harbour for all to see from the 15th - 18th August. This is an exceptional sight and experience to behold.
Dragon Boat Racing
Starts at 10am the best viewing location is Event's Square next to the Maritime Museum.
Dragon Boat Race. Photo credit @theworkingboat via instagram
Never Miss a Thing
Visit The Whistlefish What's on in Cornwall Calendar to see what great local events and traditional festivals take place throughout the year.