Holly Macve, Howes, Red River Dialect, Rose Elinor Dougall, Teeth Of The Sea, The Parrots, and Throws have all been confirmed for the new Totnes Sea Change Festival that takes place around the picturesque town of Totnes in South Devon, on Bank holiday weekend from Friday 26th until Sunday 28th August 2016.
They join British Sea Power, Heavenly Recordings (curating Friday), Bo Ningen, Richard Dawson, The Wave Pictures, BC Camplight, Joan Shelley, Nathan Salsburg, The Drink, Sound of Yell, and Death Shanties, TOY, Yorkston Thorne Khan, Ultimate Painting, Howes, Rival Consoles, Luke Abbott, Alasdair Roberts, Matthew And Me, Bizarre Rituals Residency.
The festival organiserd by Drift Record shop is set to host an array of film, literature, talks and music as it takes over five venues across the town.
The early bird offer has ended. Weekend tickets are priced at £45, and £35 for students.
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.
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