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WHAT IT IS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
Taking it back to the ol’ school
FrENDzy started as a surf competition and afterparty back in 2011, as an idea for a day and night that dared to be a bit different from other events.
Andrew Gwennap and Kelvin Batt (who many of you will know from The Masked Ball) decided to focus on local talent and put on a damn good afternoon surf comp for teams, followed by a night of good music in an unusual, yet stunning, setting.
So the surf contest was set up as a team surf comp, with four to a team, to be held wherever the surf was good that day.
Then it was all back to the woods at St Buryan for a right ol bonkers afterparty featuring some of the best local DJs. This, naturally, was helped along by the equally bonkers set up that saw watersides, foam baths, a rave in a wooded copse and trippy decor and lightshows in all a pretty magical night.
In 2014, FrENDzy took a year out, as the land was needed for crops. Kelvin, the mastermind behind the FrENDzy concept, has stepped away from the party to focus on The Masked Ball as it grows and sets new standards.
FrENDzy continues, with Andrew at the helm with Nigel Pengelly stepping into Kelv’s wet shoes, to keep the party alive as one of the best secret all-night parties in the south west.
Where is FrENDzy?
Go through Penzance, the head on the A30 towards Land’s End. After 3 miles, take a left towards St Buryan (signposted).
Carry on through St Buryan, past a straight bit of road for about a mile and then before the corners, there is a left hand turning about 10 metres past a zig-zag road warning sign.
There’ll be flags on the entrance and stewards arrive, park up, pitch and get involved.
The address is: Westmoor Farm, St Buryan, TR19 6EX.