Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week 2013

 

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Falmouth Week 2013Falmouth Week returns to the town with a bang this August, with great sailing action, events, and entertainment from top acts!

This includes the popular Pink Wig Charity Night, The Wurzels, Company B, The Bohemians Queen Tribute Band, and 80's V 90's featuring Angie Brown + N-Trance DJ set + Very Special Guest!

There's LOADS more going on! Click here to view the full event listings!

Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week has grown into one of the largest sailing regattas in the south west with yachts racing over seven days and Dingies six days. There is also a lively programme of shoreside events.

As part of these, Events Square in Falmouth gets a huge makeover, with a giant marquee complete with 3 bars, large stage, full festival décor and a line-up of music to suit all ages and musical tastes…

This year’s big nights include the mammoth 80’s 90’s Extravaganza, with a colossal line-up featuring live performances from TWO 90’s Dance Divas: Sonique and Angie Brown, plus a live 90’s Dance Party with none other than N Trance’s DJ Kuta.  The Wurzels famous Hog Roast and Cider Night is back by popular demand for its sixth year running, and the end-of-week favourite closing party is themed as The Pirates of Kernow with a Reggae Party from BackBeat Sound System and The Stalks.

Queen fans will be able to enjoy a night of all their Greatest Hits with top UK tribute act The Bohemians, who bring their show A Night Of Queen to Falmouth midweek!

For the full Events Square musical line-up – click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/582070248479948/

Tickets are available now from www.seetickets.com with the Box Office Shed opening in Events Square now open.

Latest event information: https://www.facebook.com/events/582070248479948/

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This year there will be seven days of handicap/fleet racing for keelboats, multihulls and  traditional craft and six days for dinghies in the waters of Falmouth Bay, the Carrick Roads and the harbour. Wednesday is Champagne Day, with the Champagne Race race for the Bay Fleet with a long coastal course, whilst smaller boats race in the Carrick Roads. All class winners received a champagne prize and special prizes for dinghies.

The best vantage points for viewing the sailing are: Pendennis and St Mawes Castles, St Anthony Head, Castle Drive and Pendennis Point, Trefusis Point and Flushing. To view the dinghys, walk from Mylor Yacht Harbour towards Restronguet Sailing Club.

 

 

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