The 8th annual Looe Music Festival takes place from Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd September 2018 at the fishing village of Looe's waterside, in Cornwall.
Confirmed acts include headliners Steve'n'Seagulls, The Waterboys, and The Stranglers, along with others including Martin Harley & Daniel Kimbro, Himalayas, Rhys Lewis, The Young 'Uns, Molotov Jukebox, Stephen James Smith, Los Pacaminos feat Paul Young, Gwenno, The Quireboys, PP Arnold, The Viewers, Baka Beyond, Coco & The Butterfields, Sam Kelly & the Lost Boys, Mad Dog Mcrea, The Correspondents, the London African Gospel Choir performing Paul Simon's Graceland, and many more.
For the details so far please see the line-up page.
Festival-goers can expect over 90 bands across 5 stages and with the main stage right on the beach - flip flops, not wellies, are your must-have footwear.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:
Adult weekend with camping - £125
Adult weekend without camping - £99
Youth (16/17) with camping - £70
Youth (16/17) without camping - £44
Child (5-15) with camping - £55
Child (5-15) without camping - £29
Pre-booked parking is priced at £40.
Prices do not include booking fees. Children aged under 5's can attend for free.
Looe is a non-camping festival, although a number of ticket+ camping/caravan/cottage offerings are available via the ticket link above. There's also many hotels and other accommodation in the immediate area.
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.
This year’s LMF fancy dress theme has been announced, and it's "pirates & things that glow in the dark".
More information will be here when available.
latest on this festival
line-ups & rumours
joining Steve'n'Seagulls, The Waterboys, Gwenno, The Young 'Uns, Molotov Jukebox, & more
Saturday headliner & more announced
The Correspondents, Gwenno, Uncle Frank, Gaz Brookfield and The Company of Thieves, & more