Sea Change Festival , which takes place within and around Totnes & Dartington, South Devon, over the August Bank Holiday weekend of Friday 24th and Saturday 25th August 2018 has announced a rare live performance from Shirley Collins.
Shirley will be performing at Totnes' Civic Hall on Saturday 25th August. She had already been announced to discuss the recent film of her life and her epic song-collecting Deep South road-trip with musicologist Alan Lomax, The Ballad of Shirley Collins.
Previously announced acts for thew weekend include Gwenno, Damo Suzuki, Josh T Pearson, Hookworms, Penelope Isles, The Surfing Magazines, Andrew Weatherall, Boy Azooga, & more. For a list of announced acts please see the line-up page.
This year, a new partnership with pioneering arts organisation Dartington Hall sees the festival expanding into the historic 14th-century estate, hosting the festival’s new Offshore main stage with music each evening until late. Stages across the festival will be curated by the likes of Bella Union, Erased Tapes, The Quietus, Fire Records, Earth Recordings and Moshi Moshi and performances will also take place at the New Lion and Totnes Brewing Co. microbreweries. And the independent Soho Radio will broadcast special live shows from Drift Records, with special guest hosts.
Tickets are on sale, priced £69 for the weekend; £39 days; £25 Dartington evenings.
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