Meet & Greet, Dine and Dance at the Driftwood Spar, St Agnes, Cornwall on 27th April 2024
£45 Adults / £25 Under 16s
An exclusive opportunity to be the very first people in the world to hear the full brand new album played ‘LIVE’ by the whole band, in one of the most stunning settings in Cornwall!
We’re planning a unique intimate evening of revelry, where we will enjoy a 2-course vegan feast together before we play you an extra special gig. Why not hang out with us in one of our favourite seaside pubs, chat about the making of the album and then party on into the evening as we take to the stage and play you an amplified set of all our new songs mixed with some of your old festival favourites.
The atmosphere of this ancient historical seaside pub is incredible, and not only does it have spectacular views, it brews its own beer as well!!!
Upon purchase you will receive a confirmation email, and an e-ticket will be sent out to you within 7 days.
Not only that, if you fancy making a weekend of it….
4-STAR Accommodation is available at this beautiful ancient pub but rooms are limited so get booking fast. The accommodation is not included in the price of the ticket. Please book separately from www.driftwoodspars.co.uk/bed-and-breakfast.
On this pub website link you can only book for a minimum of 2 nights. If you would like to stay for just one night please phone the Driftwood Spars direct on 01872 552428
On Friday 26th April, the evening before this event we are playing at the most fabulous party by the sea that is Porthleven Food Festival with Beans on Toast. If you fancy making a big weekend of it, you can buy a Friday evening ticket for this separate event on their website www.porthlevenfoodfestival.com for only £12.50. Now doesn’t that sound like a weekend plan!!
Here’s what the Driftwood pub says:
Just a stones throw away from the panoramic views of Trevaunance Cove, The Driftwood Spars boasts epic sea views, ample parking, two bars, 4 star guest accomodation, a brewery and a sea-view restaurant.
We have an atmosphere to suit everyone’s taste and this combined with our natural, laid back character makes a visit to the Driftwood an utterly memorable experience! The history behind the Driftwood Spars is as curious and unusual as the pub itself.
The Driftwood Spars’ name stems from the huge beams (or spars) that comprise its structure. The spars were salvaged from shipwrecks along the coast and were utilised to build the Driftwood in the 1650s. The building began life as a tin mining warehouse and since then has been a chandlery, sail making loft and fish cellar (though not all at once!), before eventually being converted into a hotel and bar in the early 1900s. Its wealth of character offers a distinctive charm, perceptible to customers old and new.
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