A free music, skate and family festival is coming to Cornwall
PUBLISHED: 11:22 08 July 2019
Creation Fest is a free music, skate and family festival, held at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre, Wadebridge from 3-9 August
Fresh from their stint at Glastonbury, award-winning family folk trio Wildwood Kin will be performing in the Big Shed on Monday 5 August, followed by Britain's Got Talent Semi-Finalist, Josh Curnow, who recently supported Tom Walker at Perranporth's Bands in the Sands, who takes the stage on Tuesday 6 August.
More than 70 of the best contemporary Christian bands and artists will perform on four music stages over seven days, including music on the hour, every hour on the Big Top music stage.
For skaters, the giant indoor skate park will be open from 12-10pm every day with free skate sessions, girls skate, coaching, comps and demos from a team of international pro skaters.
Families can enjoy an array of free activities including an all-day kids and youth programme, sports matches, art workshops that include water colour painting, making your own fairy crown and pottery sessions (a £2 charge is made for some arts workshops to cover materials) and over 100 talks and seminars that cover life, faith, parenting, marriage, leadership and more.
After dark, the late-night programme includes a bonfire, silent disco, barn dance, comedy night, fireworks, open mic night and nightly film screenings.
View the full programme at creationfest.org.uk and join us for some free, summer fun!