All music
events

Daily – Music & Poetry in the Square
12.30 – 2pm, Free, Norway Square (elsewhere if wet)
Led by Bob Devereux.

Saturday 14th September
Dougie MacLean
8pm (doors 7pm), £25 (unreserved seating), The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
Scotland’s finest singer-songwriter – internationally renowned for his song ‘Caledonia’, music for ‘Last of the Mohicans’ and inspired performances. He has received two prestigious Tartan Clef Awards, a place in the Scottish Music Hall of Fame, a Lifetime Achievement Award from BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and an OBE! “a musical hero” (Wall Street Journal). Unreserved seating. Click here for tickets

Saturday 14th September
20th Century Stardust
9pm, Union Inn.
70s and 80s glam rock.

Saturday 14th September
Jonah’s Lift
9pm, The Castle Inn.
High energy folk and world music.

Saturday 14th September
The Hoodle
9pm, Golden Lion.
Country rock, blues, R&B, rock, psychedelia, americana, folk.

Saturday 14th September
Tom Dale
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Old time blues, mountain music using slide guitar, banjo and more.

Sunday 15th September
Festival Inaugural Sung Mass
9.30am, Free (donations), St Ia Church, Market Square.
We welcome St Martin’s Singers to sing the music in our Festival Solemn Mass: Introit: ‘I Was Glad’ (Boyce), Mass setting: ‘O Quam Gloriosum’ (Victoria), Gradual: ‘Sing Joyfully’ (Byrd), Communion: ‘O Sacrum Convivium’ (Tallis).

Sunday 15th September
As We Were Going to St Ives …

3pm, Free (donations), St Ives Arts Club, Westcott’s Quay.
Join the Threemilestone Showtime Academy, Cornish Women on the Verge and Studio 61 Choir for our usual mix of song, dance, storytelling and fun. This year we’re a bunch of Cornish pilgrims walking to St Ives – each with their own special story to tell. All welcome to join us.

Sunday 15th September
Choral Recital with St Martin’s Singers
3pm, £7, St John-in-the-Fields Church, off Higher Stennack, TR26 2FB.
At St John’s we present a varied and attractive 45-minute recital of English sacred music by Byrd, Boyce, Gibbons and Stanford; madrigals such as The Silver Swan and Sweet Suffolk Owl and arrangements of well-known British folk-songs by conductor David Moss. Plenty of free parking. Click here for tickets

Sunday 15th September
Tom Dale
5pm, The Castle Inn.
Old time blues, slide guitar mountain music, banjo and more.

Sunday 15th September
Four Choirs Concert
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Square.
Four choirs from St Ives and Hayle combine Shanty and Mixed Choir styles – some a cappella, some with piano and others with backing track accompaniments – to give you a varied evening of vocal delights. Come and join the fun. Click here for tickets

Sunday 15th September
Charlie Scott (The Local Boys)
9pm, Golden Lion.

Sunday 15th September
Jenny Bishop
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Talented singer songwriter. Featured on ‘BBC introducing’.

Monday 16th September
Sarah Jane Morris
8pm (doors 7pm), £15.50 non-members, £12 members, Western Hotel, Royal Square. CANCELLED but REPLACED by the following concert.
Joy Ellis Quartet
Joy Ellis is a pianist, singer and composer based in London. Since graduating from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama she has toured all over the world playing jazz.
Past gig highlights include Ronnie Scott’s, the Jazz Café and the Barbican Pit Theatre in London, the London Jazz Festival, the Cork Jazz Festival and No Black Tie Jazz Club in Kuala Lumpur. The lineup is Joy Ellis piano & voice, Jo Caleb guitar, Henrik Jensen double bass, Adam Osmianski drums. Their second album will be released at the Vortex Jazz Club in London in December. This date will be the start of their UK tour to promote the new album. Click here for tickets

Monday 16th September
Saxy Maids
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
We are delighted to return to the Festival this year and we welcome followers old and new. We are a female saxophone quartet and we play music in all styles and for any occasion. A feast for the eyes and the ears – satisfaction guaranteed. Click here for tickets

Monday 16th September
Alistair Brown – An Evening of Songs, Stories and Humour

8pm £8.50, St Ives Arts Club, Westcott’s Quay.
Scottish singer Alistair Brown has travelled the world singing songs and telling his stories. Audiences at concerts and folk festivals have responded enthusiastically to his performances of big ballads, comic ditties, songs of struggles (usually unsuccessful) against temptation, those of unashamed sentimentality and odes to conviviality. With outrageously funny stories from a master of the art. http://www.alistairbrown.com Click here for tickets

Monday 16th September
Charlotte Penaluna
9pm, Golden Lion.
Rock singer.

Monday 16th September
Mr G
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Solo, acoustic blues.

Tuesday 17th September
Cats
7.30pm, £14 Adult and Child (Balcony), £12.50 Adult, £9.50 Child (Stalls), St Ives Theatre, Lower Stennack, TR26 1QG.
One of the world’s most popular musicals updated for the modern age – the Kidz R Us version of Cats is set in a dystopian future full of plastic and waste. Featuring such celebrated standards as the haunting ‘Memory’, Cats is magical, moving and often hilarious. Dazzling costumes and exciting entertainment are guaranteed. @KidzRUsStIves (Twitter and Facebook) https://kidzrus.net/

Tuesday 17th September
Giles Thornton Dectet
8pm (doors 7pm), £15.50 non-members, £12 members, Western Hotel, Royal Square.
Giles is a recent graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, studying Jazz Composition. Giles set up his jazz orchestra in January 2018, in order to record his debut big band album, ‘Be In Today’, and had a very successful launch at the Vortex Jazz Club, on July 4th 2018. Click here for tickets

Tuesday 17th September
Spanish Guitar recital with Claude Bourbon
8pm, £12, St Ia Church, Market Place.
Claude Bourbon is known throughout Europe and America for amazing virtuoso performances that take blues, Spanish and Middle Eastern stylings into uncharted territories. His inimitable style incorporates all ten digits dancing independently – plucking, picking and strumming at such speed and precision that his fingers seem to melt into a blur. Click here for tickets

Tuesday 17th September
Hula Cats
9pm, The Castle Inn.
Covers of modern classics with a surfy sound

Tuesday 17th September
Broken Dawn
9pm, Golden Lion.
Heavy rock.

Tuesday 17th September
Louella Jade Eke
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Cornwall singer-songwriter.

Wednesday 18th September
The 2 Buskerteers
6.30 pm, £10 adv / £12 on the door. Borlase Smart Room, Porthmeor Studios, Back Road West.
Multi-talented musician Wild Willy Barrett and cellist and song-writer Mary Holland explore new ideas, inspired by like-minded musicians and poets. Expect something out of the ordinary. Hint: there will be carpentry and egg-necking!! This special performance will feature guitar, fiddle, banjo and balalaika, alongside Mary’s mellow cello, keyboards and percussion. Click here for tickets

Wednesday 18th September
Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys
8pm (doors 7pm), £22 (unreserved seating), The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
The meteoric rise of Sam Kelly & the Lost Boys is quite astonishing. Playing their first ever show as a band in May 2016, in just two years they have risen from fringe stages and beer gardens to barnstorming headline sets at festivals all over the UK and Europe. “Amazing, thrilling music.” (Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2 & 4). Unreserved seating. Click here for tickets

Wednesday 18th September
Halcyon Quartet Recital
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
Described “future stars of British Chamber Music” (Eaton Square), the Halcyon Quartet formed in 2012 at the Royal Academy of Music. Previous accolades include the 2017 St Peter’s Prize and the RAM’s Arthur Bliss and Harold Craxton Prizes. Currently the 2018-19 Friends of the Musicians’ Chapel Ensemble-in-Residence (Holy Sepulchre London), they run a lunchtime recital series. Recent performances include the Royal Opera House, the West Cork Chamber Music Festival, and the Bermuda Festival of Performing Arts. Click here for tickets

Wednesday 18th September
Dirty Living Rhythm Band
9pm, Union Inn.
Blues and rock, funky high energy music.

Wednesday 18th September
Open Mic Night hosted by Liam Jordan
9pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Enjoy a mix of musical styles.

Wednesday 18th September
Blonde E Lux
9pm, The Castle Inn.
Blonde covers.

Wednesday 18th September
Crunchy Frog
9pm, Golden Lion.
Blues, soul and rock.

Thursday 19th September
Wine and Roses

8pm, £5.50, Café Art, The Drill Hall, Chapel Street.
Oliver St John talks about the Spanish guitar and performs some well-known pieces, including arrangements by Andrés Segovia and Julian Bream. St John talks and plays us through more than a century of innovation, illustrated by works of some of the greatest composers for the guitar. Licensed Bar. Postcode TR26 2LR (wheelchair accessible). Click here for tickets

Thursday 19th September
Culdrose Military Wives Choir
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
This 55-strong choir is based at RNAS Culdrose, Helston. It is part of the international Military Wives’ Foundation started by Gareth Malone. Peter Luing has been our Musical Director for the last three years. We are delighted to be returning to our favourite venue with a new programme. Click here for tickets

Thursday 19th September
The Big Frug
8pm (doors 7.30pm), £8.00, St Ives Arts Club, Westcott’s Quay.
Join this amazing collection of poets, musicians and storytellers. BYO drinks. Click here for tickets

Thursday 19th September
Nuclear Blues
9pm, The Castle Inn.
Blues and rock.

Thursday 19th September
The Roosters
9pm, Golden Lion.
Late 50s rock to current chart toppers.

Thursday 19th September
Joe Duke
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Solo keyboard/guitar player and vocalist playing a mix of covers and originals.

Friday 20th September
Mayes Creative presents: 400 Light Years
7pm, £5 (no booking required), Cohort Hostel, The Stennack.
Developed from Mayes Creative’s Lizard Beacons communications & astrophysics project, artists Joanna Mayes and Justin Wiggan present live sound and visuals, using collected material, including plants and cosmic ray detectors! Talk by collaborator Carolyn Kennett, astro-physicist.

Friday 20th September
Dervish
8pm (doors 7pm), £22 (unreserved seating), The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
Described by the BBC as “an icon of Irish music”, Dervish are long-established as one of the biggest names in Irish music internationally. Their live performances match dazzling sets of tunes with stunning interpretations of traditional songs. “Dervish are simply brilliant … they carry Irish history with them.” (The Guardian). Unreserved seating. Click here for tickets

Friday 20th September
The Archons
9pm, The Castle Inn.
Rock, blues and Americana.

Friday 20th September
Sinpusher
9pm, Golden Lion.
Classic rock.

Friday 20th September
Dirty Alternative
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
High energy quartet, electro acoustic, mixed genres.

Friday 20th September
Helston Town Brass Band
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
Despite undertaking numerous engagements throughout the year, the band will forever be associated with the famous Flora Day, when its musicians lead dancers through the streets of Helston. The band has flourished under Musical Director, Kevin Johns, achieving invitations to two consecutive National Finals and promotion to the First Section. Click here for tickets

Friday 20th September
Edison Lighthouse
9pm, Union Inn.
Own compositions in style of 60s and 70s.

Saturday 21st September
Celebrating Harvest in Music
7pm, Free, Bible Christian Methodist Chapel, Back Road West.
Enjoy with us our harvest weekend. This evening we will be joined by Twin Harmony from Penzance for a musical evening with a pasty supper.

Saturday 21st September
Cornish Roots Big Band
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
We are delighted to return after our brilliant session last year and we know that this year’s concert will be even bigger, better and louder than last year, so book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Our repertoire ranges from Big Band classics to contemporary arrangements. Click here for tickets

Saturday 21st September
Smoking Gunz
9pm, The Castle Inn.
Classic rock.

Saturday 21st September
Me and the Devil
9pm, Golden Lion.
4-piece recreating American urban blues.

Saturday 21st September
Crunchy Frogg
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Blues, soul and rock.

Saturday 21st September
Otway and Barrett
8pm, £18 adv / £20 on the door, St Ives Theatre, Lower Stennack, TR26 1QG.
After more than 40 years, the amazing and irreverent performances of these two master entertainers are still hilarious to watch. Be prepared for everything from bare-chested theremin playing to wah wah wheelie bin as the duo jump from one hit and 40 near misses to another. Click here for tickets

Saturday 21st September
Bob Seymoor
9pm, Union Inn.
Classic covers.

Sunday 22nd September
Tir Ha Tavas
3pm (doors 2.30pm) £6.50. St Ives Guildhall Council Chamber, Street An Pol.
Tir ha Tavas (Delia & Dave Brotherton) with Merv Davey. Let us take you on a relaxing musical journey through Cornwall past and present. Cornish bards Delia, Dave and Merv present a programme of mostly self-penned songs and tunes to touch the heart and soul – what’s not to like? Click here for tickets

Sunday 22nd September
Mr T
5pm, The Castle Inn.
Acoustic set.

Sunday 22nd September
ARKangel’s Harvest Moon

7:30pm £9, St Ives Arts Club, Westcott’s Quay.
From labour to rest … the turn of a season. For three days each year, a harvest moon illuminates the diverse landscapes and cultures that comprise Europe. Harvest Moon lays bare the passions, joys and tribulations of this challenging season. Violin/Guitar/Voice. ‘Transported to another Time and Place’. http://www.arkangel.uk.com Click here for tickets

Sunday 22nd September
Mousehole MVC with guests Fredskören
7.30pm, £7, St Ives Theatre, Lower Stennack.
Mousehole MVC are in concert with the Swedish choir Fredskören (The Peace Choir). This mixed choir is based in Stockholm and have sung at peace and environmental festivals in the Nordic countries, Europe and Latin America as well as concerts in Stockholm. Click here for tickets

Sunday 22nd September
The Sandy Acre 7
8pm (doors 7pm), £10 (standing), The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
An entertaining 6-piece band who will have your toes tapping from their first number to the last. Filling the dance floor; engaging all ages and tastes; from soul, blues and swing to ska, reggae and dance, from 1950s R&B to modern anthems and classics. Fine musicians and some fancy footwork. Sponsored by St Ives Football Club. Standing. Click here for tickets

Sunday 22nd September
Amati Trio/Bechstein Ensemble
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
The Amati Trio (Pamela Rosenfeld, Irmtrud Agnoli & Sally Pearson) will perform string trios by Beethoven and Schubert. In the second half the Bechstein Ensemble (Irmtrud, Pamela, Sally and Ruth Best) will play a piano trio by Mozart. Click here for tickets

Sunday 22nd September
Devils Creek
9pm, Union Inn.
Rock and blues.

Sunday 22nd September
Marky Dawson
9pm, Golden Lion.
Pianist, from pop classics to current covers.

Sunday 22nd September
The Dowling Thing
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Talented quartet playing country, bluegrass, folk, funk, blues and jazz.

Monday 23rd September
Phoenix Singers
7.30pm (doors 7pm), £3, St Ives Arts Club, Westcott’s Quay.
Phoenix Singers is a St Ives vocal harmony group that enjoys performing pop and rock classics. If you like The Beach Boys, ELO, Queen, The Mamas & The Papas or even Elbow then come and join in the fun. Don’t forget to sing along if you know the words. Click here for tickets

Monday 23rd September
Kit Hawes & Arron Catlow
8pm (doors 7pm), £12 (unreserved seating), The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
Best known as the virtuoso guitar and fiddle players from the band Sheelanagig, Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow draw on their many influences to create unique arrangements of traditional music, as well as their own compositions. The live show is a musical journey through Europe, America and beyond, combining dazzling playing with a fine sense of musicality and showmanship. Seating will be arranged ‘in the round’, to create an intimate performance space. Unreserved seating. Click here for tickets

Monday 23rd September
Spyralz – Jazz Fusion Quartet
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
We are a group of incredibly talented performers who live and breathe Jazz Fusion and it is great to be asked back to St Ia. We perform a highly energetic and eclectic mixture by the Brecker Brothers and Yellowjackets, plus our own compositions. A concert not to be missed. Click here for tickets

Monday 23rd September
Archons
9pm, Golden Lion.
Rock, blues and Americana.

Monday 23rd September
Boundless Brothers
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Originals and covers across the pop folk and rock genres.

Tuesday 24th September
Cats
7.30pm, £14 Adult and Child (Balcony), £12.50 Adult, £9.50 Child (Stalls), St Ives Theatre, Lower Stennack, TR26 1QG.
One of the world’s most popular musicals updated for the modern age – the Kidz R Us version of Cats is set in a dystopian future full of plastic and waste. Featuring such celebrated standards as the haunting ‘Memory’, Cats is magical, moving and often hilarious. Dazzling costumes and exciting entertainment are guaranteed. @KidzRUsStIves (Twitter and Facebook) https://kidzrus.net/

Tuesday 24th September
Quentin Collins Sextet
8pm (doors 7pm), £16.50 non-members, £13 members, Western Hotel, Royal Square.
Performing material from their new album ‘Road Warrior’, the Quentin Collins Sextet draw inspiration from the rich tradition of 3-horn frontlines, with an explosive all-star line-up evoking The Jazz Messengers, McCoy Tyner, and Wynton Marsalis. An all-star line-up featuring Quentin Collins trumpet, Tom Harrison and Leo Richardson saxophones, Steve Hamilton piano, Conor Chaplin bass and Winston Clifford drums. Click here for tickets

Tuesday 24th September
Bach ‘ Well-Tempered Clavier’ Book 1  – Peter Luing – Piano CANCELLED
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
Pete is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music who has spent his career teaching in West Cornwall schools but now he can devote his time to other interests and he has spent the last three years studying this work. There is a complementary booklet describing all 48 pieces.

Tuesday 24th September
Tim Hain Band
9pm, The Castle Inn.
Blues and reggae.

Tuesday 24th September
Mr T
9pm, Golden Lion.
Acoustic set.

Tuesday 24th September
Foxes Fair
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Folky foursome singing twisted tales of love, murder and sea-faring treachery.

Wednesday 25th September
ARKAngel’s Lullaby of Andalusia
7.30pm £9. St Ives Society of Artists, Mariners Gallery, Norway Square.
Arid Isolated Passionate Proud. Encounter the strange and sensual world of Andalusia … Love, Death, the Orient, Habanera, Tango. Violin/Guitar/Voice. Premièred at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall as the scene setter for Paco Peña’s ‘Requiem Flamenco’. ‘Power and Passion’. http://www.arkangel.uk.com Click here for tickets

Wednesday 25th September
Katie Kirk & Rick Williams
8pm (doors 7pm), £12 (unreserved seating), The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
Katie Kirk and Rick Williams, based in West Cornwall, combine a love of early music with an ear for timeless quality behind contemporary songs. They recapture the feel of folk clubs of old. Paring their narratives of life, loss and landscape back to the essentials, Rick and Katie’s performances have compelling warmth and authenticity. Seating will be arranged ‘in the round’, to create an intimate performance space. “Pure love of music shines through in Rick’s delicate, understated guitar accompaniments. And Kate’s singing is bewitching.” (Geoff Lakeman). Unreserved seating. Click here for tickets

Wednesday 25th September
Bach ‘ Well-Tempered Clavier’ Book 1  – Peter Luing – Piano
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
Pete is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music who has spent his career teaching in West Cornwall schools but now he can devote his time to other interests and he has spent the last three years studying this work. There is a complementary booklet describing all 48 pieces.
Click here for tickets

Wednesday 25th September
Matt Carter Stevie Wonder Project
8pm (doors 7pm), £15.50 non-members, £12 members, Western Hotel, Royal Square.
For anyone who loves the music of Stevie Wonder this gig is a must. Some of the finest young musicians in the country come together for an evening of high energy, soulful and uplifting music. Phoebe Jane – Vocals, Matt Carter – Piano/Keyboards, Steve Down – Guitar, Seth Tackaberry – Electric Bass, Miguel Andrews – Drums. Click here for tickets

Wednesday 25th September
Open Mic Night hosted by Liam Jordan
9pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Enjoy a mix of musical styles.

Wednesday 25th September
Dowling Thing
9pm, The Castle Inn.
Bluegrass, country, rockabilly, swing, folk, blues and more.

Wednesday 25th September
Bailey Tomkinson
9pm, Golden Lion.
Country singer/songwriter.

Thursday 26th September
Morning Music
9 – 10am, £20, Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, Barnoon Hill.
Join us for a morning of music in the special spaces of the Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. We’ll provide music, breakfast and a glass of fizz. Start your day in a special way in the gardens of the museum. To book call 01736 796226 or email stivesticketing@tate.org.uk

Thursday 26th September
Night Music
7.30 – 9pm, £25, Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, Barnoon Hill.
Join us for an evening of music in the special spaces of the Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden. We’ll provide music, light refreshments and a glass of fizz. A perfect end to your day. To book call 01736 796226 or email stivesticketing@tate.org.uk

Thursday 26th September
Songs for a Summer Evening with St Buryan MVC
7.30pm, £6 (no advanced booking), St Senara Church, Zennor, St Ives.
After their success at the International Male Choral Festival, St Buryan Choir and their amazing soloist will be singing a repertoire of new popular songs and some of Cornwall’s old favourites, led by Musical Director Becky Lovegrove. An evening of relaxed, enjoyable music – with wine in the interval.

Thursday 26th September
Nighthawks Dance Band
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
The Nighthawks is a 19-piece big band specialising in the classic swing and Latin music of the 1930s to 1950s. The line-up includes male and female vocalists. You can be sure of hearing vocal classics made famous by singers such as Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald. Click here for tickets

Thursday 26th September
The Big Frug
8pm (doors 7.30pm), £8.00, St Ives Arts Club, Westcott’s Quay.
Join this amazing collection of poets, musicians and storytellers. BYO drinks.

Thursday 26th September
Crunchy Frog
9pm, Union Inn.
Blues, soul and rock.

Thursday 26th September
Bamaluz Bootleggers
9pm, The Castle Inn.
Sea Shanties.

Thursday 26th September
Crossfire 69
9pm, Golden Lion.
60s cover band.

Thursday 26th September
Sinpusher
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Classic rock trio.

Friday 27th September
Geoff Lakeman
8pm (doors 7pm), £12 (unreserved seating), The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
Following the release of his 2017 debut solo album, “After All These Years”- at the age of 69 – Geoff has firmly established himself as a performer on the folk and acoustic circuit. Born in Cornwall, Geoff has been acclaimed for his “masterful” playing of the rare Crane duet concertina, his “rich, melodic voice” and “relaxed, amusing stage presence.” Seating will be arranged ‘in the round’, to create an intimate performance space. Unreserved seating. Click here for tickets

Friday 27th September
¡Hurra! Latin American Music for Flute and Guitar
8pm, £10, St Ia Church, Market Place.
International performers Jessica Quiñones (flute) and Mark Eden (guitar) will be playing sounds straight from Latin America, including tangos, choros, sambas and bossas. This programme is guaranteed to soften the autumn chill and joyfully warm you from the inside out. Including works by Piazzolla, Machado, Villa Lobos, and Assad. Click here for tickets

Friday 27th September
Sinpusher
9pm, Union Inn.
Classic rock.

Friday 27th September
Joe Francis
9pm, The Castle Inn.
Acoustic set.

Friday 27th September
Devils Creek
9pm, Golden Lion.
Rocking the blues with a sledgehammer groove.

Friday 27th September
Liam Jordan
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Americana, rock ‘n’ roll.

Saturday 28th September
The Lost Sound Dartmoor Folk Choir
1.30pm, Free, Loggia, Tate St Ives, Porthmeor Beach.
Mixed voice, a cappella choir.

Saturday 28th September
The Lost Sound Dartmoor Folk Choir
2.30pm, Free, St Ives Society of Artists, Mariners Gallery, Norway Square.
Mixed voice, a cappella choir.

Saturday 28th September
Celtic Fiddlers
3pm, Free (donations), St Ia Church, Market Place.
Come in, take the weight off your feet and we will put a smile on your face. Celtic Fiddlers was founded to provide an opportunity for string players of all ages and levels of experience to enjoy ensemble playing. We play traditional Celtic music arranged for all abilities.

Saturday 28th September
Show of Hands
8pm (doors 7pm), £27 (unreserved seating), The Guildhall, Street an Pol.
Show of Hands with special guests ‘The Lost Sound – Dartmoor Folk Choir’. The Show of Hands success story tells a vivid account of more than two decades of international touring, 25 album releases, two Honorary Doctorates, three BBC Folk Awards, and four Royal Albert Hall sell-outs. A sorcerous combination, Steve Knightley and Phil Beer blend captivating songwriting with flawless musicianship and a ceaselessly innovative approach to remain steadfastly at the top of their game. Unreserved seating. Click here for tickets

Saturday 28th September
Dirty Livin Rhythm Band
9pm The Castle Inn.
Mix of rock, rockabilly, jazzy funk, high energy music.

Saturday 28th September
Boundless Brothers
9pm, Golden Lion.
Pop, rock, folk trio.

Saturday 28th September
Jay Spicer (Music)
9pm, Beer & Bird, Fore Street.
Acoustic rock covers and original material.

Saturday 28th September
Tom Dale
9.30pm, The Queens Hotel, High Street.
Old time blues, mountain music using slide guitar, banjo and more.