This festival has been postponed until somewhen in 2021 (to be announced). Organiser's statement.
Totnes Sea Change Festival returns for a 5th year again over three days, to take place from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th May 2020. This year it takes place solely on the Dartington Hall Estate, near Totnes in Devon.
Along with the music expect panel talks, films and events, including within Dartington's modernist High Cross House.
Acts include Aldous Harding, Tim Burgess, Yann Tiersen, Melt Yourself Down, Shirley Collins, Field Music, Vanishing Twin, Squid, Working Men's Club, Dry Cleaning, Katy J Pearson, Porridge Radio, Keel Her, and more. There's more to be announced.
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
adult 3-day no camping: £104
young person 3-day no camping: £74
adult 3-day with camping: £134
young person 3-day with camping: £104
camper van: £20
child camping ticket: £5 (free festival entry).
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 buses all day and... well, till a good hour.
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.
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joining Tim Burgess, Shirley Collins, Field Music, Vanishing Twin, Squid, Aldous Harding, & more
joining Tim Burgess, Shirley Collins, Field Music, Vanishing Twin, Squid, & more
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