Venue Sea Change Festival Field, Dartington
£30 per person for as many nights as you like during the festival, includes parking.
Under 16: £15.00
Under 5: Free
+ A limited number of campervan places are available - please contact the box office directly to book these by phoning 01803 847070
+ Please be aware there are no electrical hook ups available
Next date 23rd May 3:00 pm
Book online below
About this event
PLEASE NOTE that this site is for booking CAMPING ONLY. To book tickets for the Sea Change Festival please visit this page (opens in new window).
For full information about the festival, including festival ticketing, please visit seachangefestival.co.uk (opens in new window).
Sea Change is a young festival of music, art, culture, food and drinks in Totnes and Dartington. It was founded by the award-winning Drift Record Shop who lovingly curate the event with their favourite thinkers, speakers and players. The 2019 edition includes Stewart Lee, Metronomy, The Comet is Coming, Gruff Rhys, Lubomyr Melnyk, Viv Albertine, Bill Ryder-Jones, Maps, Rozi Plain and more.
About festival camping
– Ticket prices (see above) are per person and allow you to camp as much or as little as you like during the festival camping period.
– The festival campsite will be open from Thursday 23rd May 3pm until Monday 27th May at 10am.
– Facilities include toilets, showers and car parking in the adjacent field.
– The campsite is directly next to the main festival site.
– A limited number of campervan places are available. Please contact the box office directly to book these by phoning 01803 847070.
– Once you have purchased your tickets, you will be contacted closer to the time with details to help you with your stay.
Thursday 23rd May
Visiting Dartington Hall
Dartington is an old place with a new story.
The Dartington Experiment began in 1925 and was based on the idea that humans are many-sided – and how we need environments that encourage our whole being to flourish, in connection with nature and each other.
This idea is as true today is it ever was.