The 5th annual Looe Music Festival takes place from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th September 2015 at the fishing village of Looe's waterside, in Cornwall.
Latest additions are headliners Johnny Marr, and Jools Holland and the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, plus Red Hot Chilli Pipers, Mad Dog Mcrea, The Dodge Brothers, 3 Daft Monkeys, Wille and the Bandits, Andy Quick's Unidentified Flying Orchestra, Your Army, Lady Winwoods Maggot, Antimatador, The Grenaways, Darden Smith, The Press Gang, Harry Collier, Flaming Infidels, Steampunk Morris, Kezia, C Force, Clare Stokes, Boo Hewerdine, The Oggymen, Even Nine, Dr Thud's Remedy, Alex Hart, Shamrock, Oompah Brass, The Normals, Ramshackle Serenade, The Huckleberry Finns, Falmouth Soul Sensation, State of Undress, Two Stops from Bedlam, Leon Harvey, Kernow King, Gareth Lee and Annie Baylis, LGM One, James Shead, Sam Kelly, Rusty Shackle, The Velvet Hands, Calfari, Pirates of St Piran, Reg Meuross, Suzie Mac, Gumbo Flyers, and Nick Mears.
First acts confirmed were The Proclaimers, Buzzcocks, Bad Manners, Duke Special, Ferocious Dog, Luke Daniels, Flight Brigade, Love Street, Tankus the Henge, Remedy Soundz, The Dark Plains, Stark, Geoff Lakeman, Chay Snowdon, Lucy Anna, Tyn Daga, Martha Tilston, Gaz Brookfield, Sound of the Sirens, Auction for the Promise Club, Athena Rockets, The Red Cords, Stone Roots, Rosie & the Goldbug, The Retro Gents, Raikes, Lost Dawn, The Changing Room, Echo Town, Flashes, Beachfield, and Backbeat Soundsystem.
To see who is playing see the Looe Music Festival line-up page.
An adult weekend ticket is priced at £110 with camping or £85 without camping, and an under 18s weekend ticket is priced at £49 with camping or, £24 without. Children aged under 5's can attend for free.
Festival camping at one of the local campsites (on the shuttle bus route). Camp sites will be allocated by email three weeks prior to the event. Participating campsites include Tencreek, Tregoad and Westwaylands.
These sites are on the shuttle bus route to the festival site and festival camping rates include car parking and use of the shower and toilet facilities on site. Festival camping means the right to camp (tents only) in an allocated festival camping field. It also provides car parking in an allocated area at the campsite.
For campervan, motorhome, and caravan pitches please contact the campsites directly and purchase your festival tickets separately.
The festival is a non-profit making organisation, which gained charitable status in March 2012. Any profit goes back into next year's festival or local community projects promoting musical talent and understanding.
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