It’s totally free to attend (with the exception of the headline act, Noisettes) and there’s something for all ages.
Activities start from 2pm with a singing class for under 5s, and there will be craft workshops and things to look out for on the high street all afternoon.
Local school children will kick off an action-packed evening of concerts at 6pm, premiering new work that they have created with the incredible Brazilian percussionist and composer Adriano Adewale.
Over 50 local acts will then join the party – from singer songwriters to samba bands with jazz and poetry in between.
The team behind local festival Sea Change is taking charge of The Barrel House and programming a couple of acts to give a flavour for what will be on offer in the summer during the Dartington International Summer School and Festival (29th July-26th August).
There will even be an opportunity to taste exclusive beer created and brewed for the occasion by New Lion Brewery in Totnes!
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