The annual 3 day music festival is now in its 18th year. The 'Music for All' policy means over 100 performances spanning almost every musical genre throughout the town in a variety of venues from pubs to churches - and it's all FREE to listen to!
Also confimed are Ben Poole, Beth Porter and The Availables, Big Foot, Billy Thompson Gypsy Style, Brixham Ukulele Club, BRNC Volunteer Band, Connie Lush, Craig Milverton Trio & Eleisha May, Devon Youth Jazz Orchestra, Doug Macleod, Eliza Jaye, First Raitt Band, Flash Harry, Flats & Sharps, Gary Quinn, Glorious Chorus, Harbottle & Jonas, Hot Candy, Jade Gall, James Harris's Beatbelt, Jenna, Jo Harman, Joe Cribb and the Seed Drills, Kate in the Kettle, Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow, Mama Tokus, Martin Dale, Misfits, Nauti Boys, Neil Burns and Craig Milverton, New Project, Nicky Swann, Nino, Pupils of Jessica Heywood, Puppetcraft, Ronnie Jones Quartet, Sasha McVeigh, Sax Appeal, Sound of the Sirens, Swing Machine Jazz Orchestra, The Appaloosas, The Gimi Hendrix Experience, The Harry Browns, The Lyers, Mighty Leap, The Normals, The Organisation, The Porter Family, The Skull Kids, To The Sun, Tom Mason & The Blue Buccaneers, True Brass, Velvet and Stone, and Will McNicol and Luke Selby.
The Dart Music Festival is held from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th May 2015 in the port and town of Dartmouth, at the mouth of the River Dart, in South Devon.
The festival offers an eclectic mix of orchestral, rock, choral, blues, opera, folk, and jazz performances at a variety of indoor and outdoor venues including two churches, the bandstand in the Park, outside the castle, and various hotels, pubs, and restaurants, throughout the weekend.
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