Sea Change 2020 is based at Dartington. There will be maps and full timetables on this website and in our magazine to guide you. Venues include the Truck Stage and Big Top on the main site (with more spaces to be announced), plus High Cross House, The Foxhole Gym and The Great Hall.
Box Office / Wristband Exchange
The Box Office for all wristband exchange and late ticket sales is the main entrance point to the festival site in Dartington. Drift in Totnes will be selling wristbands, but they are unable to offer wristband exchange UNLESS, you purchased your physical ticket from them.
The festival site is open from 10am on Friday for collection.
Moving Between Totnes and Dartington
Totnes and Dartington are just over 1 mile apart. By foot there are two options, either along the cycle path to the Shops at Dartington, or on the footpath of Dartington Lane that takes you through the historical Dartington site and gardens. Both are beautiful, scenic walks (a 45 minute amble) and we do recommend taking the time to experience it as part of your weekend.
Bob The Bus is a series of yellow buses. They will be running free shuttle services between Dartington and the top of Totnes High Street, outside Drift.
It is a volunteer-run community bus, operating in Totnes and the surrounding rural areas. There will be ample car parking at the Sea Change site in Dartington, this will be marked on the maps.
Security, Stewards and First Aid
We have an excellent security team in place who are going to ensure that all venues are safe. If they ask to check your bags/pockets then please oblige, as this is something that we have asked of them. We have listened to all your feedback from the last four years and have fed this back to the teams, lets all work together. We have a zero tolerance to drugs. The stewards know what is going on and are here to help. Anything you need, please let them know. Although there is a map, they can direct you to venues, the train station, taxi ranks, places to eat and drink. Feel free to buy them drinks. There will be first aid teams on all sites, in an emergency please report any incidents to the security staff who will quickly liaise with the medical teams.
All venues are open and welcoming to under 18s, when accompanied by an adult. If you have young people with you this weekend, they must be accompanied at all times. A reminder that children under 12 years do not require a wristband.
We are committed to having the lowest possible impact on the area, the buildings and on the environment. In fact, we committed on zero to landfill in 2019 and will do so again through 2020.
Read more about our recycling policies here.
Sea Change Glasses
Do you know what really blew our mind… “Every piece of plastic ever made and disposed of in landfill… still exists.” We are trying to do what we can to offset this. All of our bars are using reusable polypropylene pint and wine glasses (printed using eco-friendly ink). The first time you go to the bar you will be charged £1 per glass (non-refundable). You can either reuse this glass when you return to the bar or the staff will gladly swap it for a clean one without charging you. You are most welcome to keep the glass as a keepsake, but please don’t just chuck them, there will be clear recycling points and we’re going to turn them into something new!