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This year's double CD featuring tracks from most of the groups appearing at the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival is now available from our…
Falmouth's own iconic acapella singing group The Oggymen will again feature in our now famous all seated and ticketed Concert at the Princess…
Hot off the printing machine come this year's must have Festival shirts. In the ever popular burgundy and now dusky pink, we have polo and tee shirts…
In a bold move in partnership with Skinners Brewery and Seasalt, Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival has committed a substantial sum of money…
Kaskelot, one of the largest wooden square riggers in the world, will visit the town during the Festival. Built in 1948, the three masted  barque…
Saturday 23 June 7pm at the Princess Pavilion featuring Nordet, Rum & Shrub, Femmes de la Mer & The Oggymen In addition to the main…
This year’s Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival saw the biggest crowds yet with an estimated 50,000 visitors throughout the town during the…
We're delighted to announce that Acclaimed Dutch musician Hans Weehuisen is once again teaching shanty lovers how to play the Bones, the ancient…
Will Keating, member of the popular Falmouth based singing group The Oggymen, has been busy producing and recording a very special EP to help…
The Pirate Trail will run throughout the festival, inviting kids and big kids to search for the scallywags Pirates of St Piran around our festival…
We're delighted to announce that our singing schedule is now live for viewing online! Plan your festival experience now by clicking on THIS LINK!
We're delighted to be launching the Pirate Trail, inviting youngsters on a voyage through the festival to find the scallywags Pirates of St Piran,…
The Bones are a traditional percussion instrument found aboard sailing ships,originally animal bones but now made from wood or metal. You can learn…
Sea Shanties Galore at the Festival Fundraiser! The Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival are hosting the first fundraising concert of 2017 at…
We're delighted to announce that the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival's Beat Betty Competition raised over £10,500 for the Falmouth RNLI…
Festival Biggest Ever! This year’s Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival saw the biggest crowds yet with an estimated 40,000 visitors…