A popular event is returning to Kimberly Park this week after nearly two years away.

Parklive from SourceFM is returning to Kimberley Park in Falmouth on Sunday September 26 from noon.

A varied selection of local talent is set to perform at the event, including:

Tarn Francois: a Falmouth-based rock n' roll guitarist and songwriter whose debut single, "Melrose Cottage," is out now.

Sammy Sun: Jazz pianist, bassist and teacher in Falmouth, Sammy plays keyboards for party band The Strutts and bass guitar for dream pop singer Yasmin Anderson.

Highlights of his 12 years as a musician include gigs at Shambala and Boardmasters festivals..

The Whippletree Celidh Band: West Cornwall-based Whippletree say they hope you’ll have a dance to them at Parklive.

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Nicola Edwards & Richard Trethewey: Nicola and Richard are two long time Cornish friends and musicians who have come together to sing their original songs accompanied by a variety of instruments.

Moosehead: A new band from Cornwall, usually loud and out there, the group will be playing an acoustic set at Parklive.

Paige Forster - A lively up and coming acoustic act, half Australian half Cornish, with delicate melodies and restless driving guitars, will be performing a set of original alt/folk/rock and energetic covers.

Lionhat Collective: A Parklive favourite band offering sweet Reggae vibes.

Kimberley Park will be open for refreshments and is an alcohol free event as well as family friendly.

Organisers are thrilled to be back in Falmouth and said: "We are so grateful to be back in the Park – come and join us and make our gratitude complete."

For more information, contact Andy Coote on: 07949 813784 or andy.sourcefm@gmail.com