Music will be brought directly to the homes of people in Falmouth and Penryn this Sunday as the award-wining Parklive goes virtual.

For the fourth show of 2020 the event will be supporting outdoor activity and adventure centre charity BF Adventure, based at Halvasso.

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The event will be broadcast on the Parklive Youtube Channel this Sunday from 12pm to 6pm, featuring a line up of music, spoken word and cooking.

Musicians include: Kaj, a singer songwriter based on the north coast of Cornwall; Holly Turton, singer-songwriter around the UK, living and gigging in Cornwall; Bailey Tomkinson, up and coming singer/songwriter from St Ives; Davey and Dyer, two of the leading proponents of Cornish traditional Celtic music; Lionhat's Reggae vibes; James Scarle, graduate of the BA Popular Music at Falmouth University; Louisa Hygate, member of Horses on the Beach; Liam Jordan, Americana singer-songwriter and touring musician based in West Cornwall; and Du Glas, an energetic country rock/folk band.

Mac Dunlop, performance poet and Paddy Haughton of Penryn Community Theatre will contribute spoken word segments and Alex Bradshaw, who runs Kimberley Perk in Parklive’s usual home of Kimberley Park, will provide the cooking demonstration.

An event spokesperson said: "This event would not be possible without the ongoing support of our extraordinary sponsors, Falmouth Town Council, Amata (Falmouth University), Jubilee Wharf, Falmouth Tyres and A1 Appliances.

"The Parklive team would like to thank all the artists for giving their time and talent to the event."

Parklive is organised by Source FM 96.1, the community radio station for Falmouth and Penryn.