More acts have been revealed for multi-venue indoor/outdoor Sea Change Festival, which takes place within and around Totnes & Dartington, South Devon, at a new time of year, the late May bank holiday weekend from Friday 24th until Sunday 26th May 2019.
Headlining the Sunday evening will be Gruff Rhys, while Bill Ryder-Jones will perform in an exclusive new collaboration with visual artist Sam Wiehl. New venues this year are three of Dartington's most inspiring buildings – the Foxhole Gymnasium, High Cross House and Dartington's Great Hall. These will host live music and talks across the weekend. On Sunday 26 May, Erased Tapes will take over Dartington's Great Hall, presenting an exclusive label showcase with live sets from Ukrainian maestro Lubomyr Melnyk, and German cellist Anne Muller. The Dartington stages will also host Black Midi, Black Country, New Road, Maps,
It has already been announced that poet Will Burns and musician/composer Hannah Peel will be performing their new album, Chalk Hill Blue, and now singer-songwriter and poet Virginia Astley will also be playing live and will join Will and Hannah for a unique collaboration. Also newly added are Du Blonde, Rozi Plain, Szun Waves, Death And Vanilla, Doomsquad, W. H. Lung, Deep Learning, Lecu, Pale Blue Eyes, Hearing Aid Beige, Michael Clark, and Dawn Chorus Ignites.
Previously announced were acts including Metronomy; The Comet Is Coming; Gruff Rhys; Bill Ryder-Jones; Gazelle Twin; The Nightingales; Sandra Kerr And John Faulkner; Hannah Peel And Will Burns; You Tell Me; Pip Blom; TVAM; along with Stewart Lee and Michael Cumming with a panel talk about documentary 'King Rocker'. For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
adult weekend: £89
adult day: £49
young person (12-18) weekend: £39
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