Music events around Falmouth this month that we think you should know about
Put down the revision book and get out once in a while.
Here's a guide to this months music events around Falmouth – you're welcome.
An old classic. If you can successfully conquer the stairs then Jacobs is waiting, open doors to make you feel right at home. I like to think of Jacobs like having a bar in your lounge. A good selection of drinks on offer, a pool table and a surprising amount of space is perfects for those chill evenings.
3rd – Andy Quick: keeping Jacobs open late with his soulful indie blues
9th – Lee Roberts, Naveed CB
10th – Horses on the beach + support: Funk soul inspired quintet
Chintz encompasses everything about Falmouth in one, relatively small, bar. It’s wacky, cooky, strange, bizarre and fascinatingly odd. The performances it holds always promise to be full of creativity and art.
2nd – Charlie Foxteeth: Charlie's brilliant guitar skills are complimented by his uniquely dulcet voice creating a distinctive and mellifluous sound.
4th – Joanna Cooke: Classy soulful vocals, honest heartfelt songs
10th – Me & The Devil
11th – Floralynn George: Pop Singer/Songwriter who plays the Electric Harp. Her aim is to take the harp out of its classical/folk frame and bring it to the broad world of pop music. Her unique voice has an outstanding vocal range and dynamic.
18th – Paul Thompson
23rd – Jumping Jazz Duo
The new kid of the scene. Kings seems to be making quite a name for itself, providing a fresh venue for pub goers of all ages in Falmouth.
2nd/9th/16th/23rd – Thirsty Thursday's: DJ Gooddoggy doghouse pop, indie and hip-hop.
3rd – Dj Gooddoggy: 60's/70's/80's and beyond
4th/11th/18th – Humdinger with DJ Si Spex
8th – Intro #3 Live Music from local talent: Headliner Luke Moss supported by Carolina Cove and Hattie Cattel
9th – Thirsty Thursday's: DJ Gooddoggy doghouse pop, indie and hip-hop.
10th/17th – Genre (TBC) Night with DJ Si Spex
13th – 'Let There Be Rock!' Rock Night with Rock/Metal DJ's
20th – Ezmay Grace: Folk & Country Originals & Covers
Gylly Beach Cafe
Sometimes it's worth going a bit further afield and getting out of the town itself. Gylly Beach Cafe is super chill and has great views of the beach. With live music every Sunday evening, what could be better for that hangover.
5th – Rue
12th – The Dowling Thing : Blue grass folk genius
19th – Joanne Cooke: Classy soulful vocals, honest heartfelt songs
26th – Jeanne Naylor
Dark decor, indie scenes, everything 'cool' about Falmouth.
2nd – Bust and Grind: RnB/ UK garage
4th – Room Control: Birthday – two floor takeover
11th – Oh! Darling : The best of 60's pop, freakbeat, deep funk, soul, psychedelic and garage rock
13th – Diva night
17th – Boombox // Old Skool Jams: Old school bangers!
18th – Soul Cookin' 2nd birthday
27th – Washed Out : Trash Cabaret Special!
Feeling those Caribbean vibes.
3rd/ 4th – Phibes: playing DnB, Hip Hop and reggae
9th – Spanish Society with there Night of the Dead Party
10th – Titan Sound All that Bass Party
11th – DJs Samiad: One of the UK best Hip Hop scratch DJ's rocking out playing the very best of Hip Hop, DnB, Break Beats and Reggae
The Rugby Club
By day it's a home to a bunch of people throwing balls around, by night it transforms into a place where people throw shapes.
3rd – Noise Pollution DNB Sessions w/ Dillinja: strictly DnB
17th – Sir Spyro: Widely recognised grime artist
24th – Bass Ballroom Presents – Deadbeat UK // Phibes + Guests
Our good ol' SU bar
2nd – The Rezner with Support from Milo Gore + Idle Eyes
6th – Jamnesty for Mental Health Awareness
If you want to feel classy but still get shit faced, here's the place for you.
2nd – This is our house
3rd – I got 5 on it
4th – Club Tropicana
17th – Totally Funked Up
24th – Not the Beatles
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