Creation Fest, a week long Christian music and faith festival, is coming to Wadebridge next month, and will be tempting fans in with completely free entry.

The festival, held at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre from August 5 to 11, with more than 70 bands taking to five music stages. Headline acts include Wildwood Kin, winners of the Bob Harris Emerging Artist Award, local favourite Josh Curnow, and foot-tapping Cataclews.

The largest free indoor skate ramp in the south west will be open daily for free skate, BMX and scooter sessions, as well as demos and talks from a team of international pro skaters, including Beaver Fleming, recently featured at the Nitro World Games.

And of course, there’s a packed programme of talks, art workshops, fitness sessions, sports activities and a week-long kids and youth programme – all free to attend.

Throughout the week, there will also be a mind-boggling array of fun activities for all the family to enjoy, including rescue ponies, a falconry display, bonfire night, a barn dance and much, much more.

The festival offers on site camping, as well as a dedicated youth camping zone, PodPads as a more deluxe option, and the Rising Ground coffee shop will once more be fuelling sleepy campers, with award-winning barista Hugo Hercod returning to the Forestry Barn.

To find out more, see the full programme and book, go to