- Will there be stages on the beach?
The main stage will be in the Buller Quay Car Park and another smaller stage at the West Looe Quayside Centre. There will also be a BBC Introducing Stage on the beach – aside from the stage, public access to the beach is unaffected. – The rest of the town is open to all as usual – with many hotels and pubs likely to offer live-music throughout the weekend.
- How much are the tickets?
Weekend tickets are £65 for adults (£32.50 for under 16s) and day tickets are available from £25 for adults (£32.50 for under 16s) – booking fees apply.
- How do I help?
The Volunteer link on this website allows you to register as a volunteer.
- Will there be public transport running?
Plymouth Citybus have now confirmed that additional buses will be running from 20th – 22nd September. Please see our Getting Here page.
- Which bands will be appearing?
Over 100 acts will perform on the main stages and across the town over the weekend. Click here to view the Line up.
- Is the BBC Introducing Stage still running?
Yes – the BBC Introducing Stage will undercover on the beach.
- Are you selling Looe Live! merchandise?
Yes – T-shirts, tote bags, key rings, stickers, mugs will be available at street stalls throughout the summer in the town.
- I registered to volunteer but not received an update recently?
Those who have already registered to volunteer should have received an email with a link to complete their shifts online. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Looe Live seems to have 2 distinct sides, in that there is both a commercial and a community element. Can you explain how this works and how it came about?
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