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Welcome
to the inaugural
Sea Change Festival.

A new festival of high times.
Friday 26th and Saturday 27th August 2016. 

We could not be more proud of the artists we have booked for you. We encourage you all to go from building to building and to see as much of the music and conversations as you can. We have listed the itinerary of events, a link to a Sea Change Festival Map with directions around the town, and some extra info to explain how this all works...

If you’re travelling to be with us this weekend - thanks for joining us. If you live close - thanks for coming out, it’ll be good to see you.

We are very proud of where we live; we personally run an internationally-acclaimed record shop, which in this climate is quite a thing in itself. The town has a way higher than average number of independent retailers, with carefully created and imported goods - make good time for a walk up and down the High Street. The town has two independent breweries making craft beers, a really decent wine merchant, three vibrant butchers and an artisan baker. With Riverford Farm on our doorstep, Sharpham Vineyards just out back and numerous other producers all around us, the local food and drink receives much well-deserved acclaim. Of the couple of hundred shops on the High Street, around 40% provide coffee in some form or another, it’s one hell of a place to mooch.

Sea Change

We could not be more proud of the artists we have booked for you. We encourage you all to go from building to building and to see as much of the music and conversations as you can. Over the next few pages we have listed the itinerary of events, a map with directions around the town, and some extra info to explain how this all works.

Rupert Morrison, Lucy Fawcett and Matthew Board.
Sea Change, 2016.

Thanks; Jenny, Graeme, Sarah, Maeby, Teddy, Roy, Maggie, Tommy, Alisha and Lily, Chris and Kit, Gala, Sol, Chris, Jo, Matt, Jamie, Lu, Adam, Megan, Hannah, Holly, Lee, Mandy, Jess, Martyn, Jess, Aubs, Laura and Catherine, Ben and Ray, Lyn, Sarah and Richard, Simon, Jane and Julian, Luke and John, The Heavenly Crew, Danny and Elaine, Ru and Claire. Covers by Jay Bing. 

 

Across the weekend there will be unplugged performances, record and book signings and other events being presented at Drift Records, TIMEHOUSE Muzeum, Totnes Bookshop, New Lion Brewery and The Bay Horse. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for updates. There will be guest DJ spots all weekend including The Quietus, Tom Cox, James Endeacott and the mighty Heavenly Jukebox. We’ll tweet times. 
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