Falmouth will be turning red, yellow and green for one October weekend as the Falmouth Reggae Festival returns for its second year.

As well as two days of live music at Events Square, the festival will be spreading its roots through the bars and clubs with a range of after parties.

On Saturday, October 7,The Skints and Trojan Soundsystem will top the bill on a day of live music running from midday to 11pm, featuring some of the best reggae acts the UK has to offer, including The Majestic and Bristol Hifi supporting.

Sunday will be more Cornwall focused, including local acts The Stalks and Kernow Vibration supporting Macka B and Backbeat Soundsystem.

Outside in the square street vendors will be providing a whole range of food from vegan to jerk chicken to sea food, all with a Caribbean twist. Lickle Pickle specialize in plant based cuisine that has been ethically sourced. Shellfish Pig offers a tasty menu inspired by sustainable Cornish produce, Hubba Dillia will be serving the best in locally brewed coffee and homemade baked goods, and to top it all there will be an eight foot long BBQ offering jerk chicken like no other.

The organisers have also secured after-parties right across the town. Falmouth Rugby Club will be hosted by Pressure Roots HiFi, in full effect, live and direct, Mono will be hosted by Skank n Stomp and Noise Pollution, the team behind the festival, over both floors, Cribbs has Titan Sound, Toast has Audio Amusements, Jacobs Ladder has Seizmic Audio and 5 Below has Dark, Hard and Dirty.

Day tickets and weekend tickets are available for adults, and children aged five to 12, while under fives get in free.

For tickets and more information go to falmouthreggaefestival.com