Totnes Sea Change Festival returns for a 3rd year and takes place around the picturesque town of Totnes in South Devon, on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th August 2018 at multiple venues in the town and at the nearby Dartington estate.
As well as a varied musical line-up there will also be a restored cinema screening exclusive films, a beer and cider festival with custom craft beers and DJ performances in the walled garden beside Totnes Castle.
Acts confirmed so far include:- Gwenno, Josh T Pearson, Lost Horizons, The Weather Station, Hookworms, Andrew Weatherall, Hater, Penelope Isles, Red River Dialect, Boy Azooga, Sweet Baboo, Hatis Noit, Group Listening, and more, with many more still to be announced.
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
The festival, titled Sea Change, is set to host an array of Film, Literature, talks and Music as it takes over five venues across the town. Organisers Drift Record shop have said that the festival 'will embody an anthesis for apathy'.
The stages will be curated by Bella Union, Erased Tapes, Fire Records, Earth Recordings and Moshi Moshi.
Tickets are on sale, priced £69.
A deposit/installment scheme is also available.
The festival is programmed with loads of interesting events across the weekend. Some of the venues will be operating an 18+ only rule on the door, but this, for the very best part, refers to late night shows. If your children and young adults are going to be into it, then they are very welcome indeed. Organisers ask you don't drag your little ones along to a panel talk they may find boring.
Camping is not counted as part of the ticket, however camping will be available as neighbouring Dartington Estate are to provide a picturesque spot. There will also be Sea Change shuttle busses all day and... well, till a good hour. Weekend camping tickets cost £10 and are available to buy now at the Sea Change online box office or physically at the Drift Record Shop.
Sea Change is a town festival based in buildings and streets with plenty of local accommodation and campsites in the area, the festival is hoping to provide subsidised rates.
There will be late night trains (times TBC) running to Newton Abbott, Exeter St. Davids and Plymouth stations. There will also be a bus service running to Torbay. Please keep checking back for full details closer to the event.
More information will be here when available.
latest on this festival
joining Gwenno, Lost Horizons, The Weather Station, Andrew Weatherall, & more
line-ups & rumours
with stages curated by Bella Union, Erased Tapes, Fire Records, Earth Recordings, & Moshi Moshi
festival expands to Dartington Hall estate