Sea Change Festival


Event Date:

From 24th May

Until 26th May


Overview

Curated and presented by the award-winning Drift Record Shop, Sea Change is a festival based in Totnes town and the historic Dartington Estate on the August Bank Holiday weekend. Films, literature, talks and plenty of music across various venues inside Totnes and at Dartington.


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Sea Change Festival Various venues in Totnes and Dartington Sea Change Festival

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