Capturing people under its spell – Looe Music Festival brings September to a spectacular end

LMFl once again surprised and delighted crowds this weekend with magical moments, theatrical performances and spellbinding headline shows.

Music weaved down the cobbled streets, spilled out of pubs and through the charming fishing port to the beach, captivating visitors with a mesmerising atmosphere.

Being luckier than most festivals this year all three evening performances enjoyed a bright moon and clear skies. Festival highlights included Reverend and the Makers who set the bar high with their Friday night performance, which had the whole beach bouncing.  Having never played in Cornwall before The Undertones treated fans to a set full of old classics on Saturday. A surprise silent disco kept revelers dancing until headliner Lulu took to the main stage and The Correspondents stormed the harbour with their high-energy high-octane performance to close the evening.

Festivalgoers were eased into Sunday with an intimate acoustic set from Uncle Frank before Canadian band, The Royal North shook things up and stormed the main stage before the Happy Mondays firework finale.

Catching more people under its spell, Looe Music Festival brings together a unique and magical recipe that draws September to a spectacular end.

Looe Music Festival 2018 will happen over the weekend of 21st – 23rd September. A limited number of tier one – super early bird tickets will be released shortly. Check our our  2017 highlights here.