Festival Fever: Where to find our beers this summer

S ip a St Austell Brewery beer at these summer events...

Festival season is in full swing, find out where you can enjoy a taste of the Cornish coast while dancing the night away to your favourite tunes this summer... 


Various dates and venues in Devon and Cornwall from May to September. 

This pop-up beach club will tour top tunes and maximum vibes to stunning South West locations. Headline acts include Scouting for Girls, the Saturday Night Ibiza Orchestra and DJs Chris Moyles and Craig Charles. 

Airstream bars will serve drinks, including our signature korev lager for the feel-good après-sea vibes. Grab your tickets here.

Croyde Live July 19-20

Polzeath August 16-17

St Agnes August 23-25

St Agnes Live August 30-31

Croyde September 6-7

Chew Magna September 13-14


Eden Sessions

Various dates at The Eden Project, St Austell, Cornwall.

We're proud to be an official partner of these live outdoor music events in this spectacular setting. This year's biome backed stars include: 

Suede and the Manic Street Preachers June 29

Rick Astley and The Lightning Seeds July 3

Tom Grennan 5 July

JLS and Tinchy Stryder 13 July

With few tickets remaining, book now. 



July 5-7, Boconnoc, Cornwall. 

From cacao ceremonies to wild swimming and international headline acts, this inaugural music and wellbeing festival will take place in the environs of the Boconnoc Estate.

Morcheeba will lead the musical entertainment. Tickets are available here.



July 6, Scorrier House, Redruth, Cornwall. 

Cornwall Air Ambulance's one-day blue-light festival celebrates the heard work of the Duchy's vital emergency services. Meet Air Ambulance paramedics and pilots, as well as teams from Devon & Cornwall Police, Cornwall Fire & Rescue Service, RNLI and Cornwall Blood Bikes. All this plus live music, children's entertainment, and local food traders. 


Norfolk and Devon Gone Wild

August 8-11 (Holkham Hall, Norfolk) and August 22-25 (Powderham Castle, Devon)

You'll have to earn your pint at the UK's ultimate family adventure. Action-man Bear Grylls' festival gives visitors the opportunity to build survival shelters, mount commando paintball ambushes and learn skills from camouflage painting to tying knots. Get your tickets now.


Falmouth Week

August 9-17, Falmouth, Cornwall.

This is an opportunity for sailors and landlubbers alike to enjoy family-friendly daytime activities - from fairground rides to an RNLI fun day - and evening events including music and a spectacular firework display. 

Sailing Week, meanwhile, delivers seven days of fleet racing for yachts and dayboats in the expansive waters of Falmouth Bay and the Carrick Roads. While visiting, be sure to drop in for a pint at our harbourfront pub the Chain Locker


Tunes in the Park

August 23-25, Port Eliot, St Germans, Cornwall. 

McFly, Paloma Faith and Busted will take to the stage at the magnificent Port Eliot Estate at this years Tunes in the Park. Let the flowers bloom, and the music boom!


Little Orchard

September 13-25, Healeys Cyder Farm, Cornwall. 

A charming Cornish party with live bands, a silent disco, BBC introducing stage, camping and glamping, plus a huge range of delicious ciders (plus beers) from across the UK. The line-up includes Levellers, The Wurzels and Land of Giants. 

With the third release of tickets now live, grab yours here.


Celtic Beer Festival - Save the date!

November 30, St Austell Brewery, Cornwall. 

Our own beer festival - and Cornwall's biggest. Returning last year for the first time post-pandemic, we're delighted to announce the date for 2024.

The Victorian cellars will be transformed into a venue with five bars, featuring over 100 beers from numerous breweries, as well as plenty of live music. 

Last year's event welcomed over 2,000 revellers from across Cornwall and beyond, and raised £20,000 for the St Austell Brewery Charitable Trust - we can't wait to do it all again.


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