We're very excited to welcome back Dan Chapman. After many adventures touring and travelling he's back in Cornwall for the summer.
Dan Chapman emerged with a self titled EP in late 2014 and has been performing regularly ever since, touring with his quartet during 2015 in the UK and then solo in Australia, New Zealand, and Europe throughout 2016-17. He produced and released a Live E.P. released on Christmas Day 2016 that features recordings from St John’s Church Hall, Cornwall.
With the versatility of Dan’s voice combined with an ambient style of guitar, Dan Chapman forges a sound that opens the mind, ebbing and flowing through different emotions to encompass and captivate audiences.
2018 looks to be an exciting year for Dan as he records two new projects set to be released later in the year. He will be performing regularly in the Uk during the festival season and then in Australia towards the Australian spring.
“Dan’s solo rendition of 'Strange Fruit' is masterful, he lifts mountains with the height and brightness of his falsetto and digs deep with gravelly tones exactly where it is appropriate.” - Raving Wild
"Beautiful, spiritual and from what I've seen over the last few years, incomparable with anyone else in the south west...A little Buckley/Drake-ish, always rootsy, inventive and inspirational...He is just awesome, come see for yourselves..." - psl
Booking details: No need to book, just turn up for this free gig! To book an overnight stay, visit YHA Treyarnon Bay.
7pm on 9th June 2018
Other things to do nearby
Houses the world's largest collection of witchcraft related artifacts. One of Cornwall's most popular museums.
The Cornish Way forms part of the National Cycle Network, a network of attractive places to cycle throughout the UK. Two thirds of the route is traffic free with the rest taking place on quiet roads.
Situated in a former china claypit near St Austell, the Eden Project features a series of immense golf ball-shaped biomes which contain spectacularly exotic artificial Mediterranean, rainforest and ot
Set high on a craggy peninsular overlooking a dramatic stretch of Cornish coast, Tintagel Castle offers much more than regular English Heritage ruins.
Cornwall’s best 18 hole pitch and putt, go-karts, blaster boats, thunder racing and much more! Great fun for families.
Don't miss this unusual glimpse into the past - a unique collection of shipwrecks, historical artefacts and varied exhibitions about the China Clay industry.
A stunning stretch of terrain and scenery to Tintagel.
Take a surf lesson at Widemouth bay and enjoy a well earned Fish and Chip supper in Bude before heading back to Boscastle for a pint of real ale in the Cob Web Inn.
The jagged tor of Rough Tor is 1313 ft above sea level, making it the second highest point in Cornwall and a famous landmark of Bodmin Moor.
Enjoying the beers at YHA Eden Project? See how and where they're made with a trip to this award-winning brewery. Plenty to see and plenty to drink.
Don't miss out on something the area is famous for! Try an action packed surf lesson and take to the waves.
The largest, fastest and most exciting race circuit in the South West. Visit for a quick practice or challenge your friends to a race!
Offers an exciting range of extreme sports including surfing, coasteering, rock climbing, kite boarding and mountain biking.
Dive into a breathtaking 3D underwater world and be transported below the ocean's surface to watch some of the planet's fascinating creatures.
Matthew Gordon Price is an alternative folk musician who provides an emotional narrative to which many can relate.
Velvet & Stone’s brand of indie-folk combines haunting soundscapes with catchy pop hooks and great songs – giving an original and beautiful take on a traditional genre.