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Get Down and Party on Saturday - Truro Food Festival

Saturday 28 September is our upbeat, get down party night featuring the sounds of the amazing Daytoner Live, supported by the Andy Quick Band and Hockeysmith.

Tickets now on sale



As a DJ & producer, Daytoner has supplied global funk, soul, ska and swing dance floors since 2009 with over 30 releases, remixes and edits on various quality European labels. Daytoner Live adds live musicians and singers to the mix to blur the boundaries between DJ set & live performance. Their exciting live show effortlessly twists classic vintage hooks and samples into new live remixes along with original floor fillers of their own to provide a totally unique, feel-good night.

“They tear the place apart when they show up and do their thing.”- Craig Charles – BBC 6 Music on Daytoner Live, our Saturday headliners

There’s been regular radio support for this Penzance-based crew from Craig Charles on BBC 6 Music & Radio 2 along with a BBC Introducing shortlisting, BBC Radio One plays and over a million Soundcloud plays. The band has also played the UK’s finest festivals including Secret Garden Party, Kendal Calling, Glastonbury, Wilderness, Boomtown Fair, Boardmasters and Bestival.

Formed in a living room in 2016, the Andy Quick Band has toured extensively, produced three studio records and are a great live experience. Former Land of the Giants frontman Andy and the crew have a knack for crafting intense anthems that stick with you long after the show is over.

“…soulful, funky, and bursting with confidence…” – The Daily Jam

Hockeysmith is a Falmouth-based band who write and play darkly disorienting dance music. Think London Grammar but more androgynous and with more blur between voice and sound. They burst not the scene last summer and have played at Brighton’s Great Escape Festival, Thekla in Bristol and have been booked for the Little Orchard Festival – they’re also getting BBC Introducing plays. The perfect way to chill out and get ready for a party night to remember.

Photos by @daytoner and @andyquickmusic