The Sea Change Cup
On Thursday 23rd May 2019, the Sea Change Chairmans XI will again do battle with the Dartington & Totnes Cricket Club to lift the The Puerto de Indias Summer Cup.
Following 2018’s inaugural challenge (a boozily contested match that ended in a thrilling 136 run draw), the two teams meet again in a twenty over match at the Foxhole ground, just one epic six away from the main festival site. Free to anyone to join us, it all starts at 6pm and will include…
+ A Puerto de Indias pop-up bar serving stunning pink Gin & Tonics.
+ A very well stocked club house for the pints.
+ The cricket club BBQ will be in full flow.
+ The Colony Soundsystem
+ Will Burns and Roy Wilkinson return to the microphone for full match commentary duties.
+ A Heavenly birthday bash.
Set to a mellow rumbling dub soundtrack and with live, viper tongued commentary, the cricket tradition started at the 2018 festival. That year’s Chairmans XI featured guests from Heavenly Recordings, Beggars Banquet, Raf Rundell’s band, author David Keenan and some Sea Change family ringers who all united to take the local team right the way to the last ball in the twenty over match.
Who will be representing the chairman this time out? A collection of victory-hungry musicians is who.
Thursday 23rd May 2019 - Stumps at 6pm.
About; Puerto de Indias Strawberry Gin
Infused with natural ingredients and botanicals from the sun-drenched region of Seville, Spain, the aromatic Puerto de Indias gins fill the senses with the spirit of Andalucía. The family-run distillery in Carmona is one of the oldest in the region, with copper stills dating back to 1880.
This is the original strawberry gin, infused with ripe strawberries grown in the sun-soaked fertile region of Huelva, Spain, an area known to produce some of the best strawberries in the world. With an elegant pink hue naturally derived from these locally-grown berries, this premium gin delivers the quintessential flavours and aromas of berry sweetness, balanced with classic wild juniper.