Hundreds of punks turn out for Penzance festival

Pirate Copy brought rum for the audience

Pirate Copy brought rum for the audience

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Wet weather couldn't tame the mohawks as hundreds of punks braved the weather in West Cornwall to enjoy the atmosphere of the second 3 Chords music festival.

Young and old attended the event, at Trereife Park near Penzance, to watch music from up and coming UK bands, punk scene veterans including TV Smith and the UK Subs, and there was even a nautical twist from Pirate Copy.

The organisers said: "We were pleased with a great turnout of both locals and people who had travelled from all corners of the UK whose enjoyment was not marred by the weather turning on the Sunday.

"The headliners of TV Smith, Subhumans, GBH and UK Subs all gave excellent sets to an enthusiastic audience and didn't disappoint."

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