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Festivals & Regattas 2018 Dates for your diary


31 MARCH


Dart Gig Club Regatta An essential date on any South West gig rower’s calendar. www.dartgigclub.wordpress.com


14 & 15 APRIL


Head of the Dart This annual rowing race between Totnes and Dartmouth attracts as many competitors as spectators. The rowing race is scheduled for the Saturday and the newer SUP event takes place on the Sunday. www. headofthedart


20 – 22 APRIL


Grinagog Festival 2018 This small but mighty festival returns for its second year. Immerse yourself in genre defining music, mind-blowing arts and memorable performances in the dramatic grounds of Torre Abbey. www.grinagogfestival.com


5 – 6 MAY Exeter Festival of South West Food and Drink A series of events and shows centred on demonstrating the finest in traditional and contemporary cuisine all set in the centre of this pretty cathedral city. www.exeterfoodanddrinkfestival. co.uk


6 MAY


Salcombe Crabfest A day celebrating crab and seafood in the South Hams whilst raising funds for local charities. Activities include tastings, cookery demonstrations, competitions and lots of fun and food for all the family. www.salcombecrabfest.co.uk


26 – 30 MAY


Brixfest Award-winning annual family festival in Brixham celebrating the town and its heritage. www.brixfest.com


27 MAY Blackawton International Festival of Wormcharming


4 – 6 MAY


BMAD Probably the biggest, biker, music and beer festival in the South West. Plenty of food and fun to keep everyone happy with monies raised supporting a range of local charities. www.bmad.co.uk


5 – MAY


Brixham Pirate Festival A swashbuckling mix of piratical fun and enetertainment.


11 – 13 MAY


Dart Music Festival With over 100 acts performing in the town’s pubs, restaurants, churches, parks and cafes, the Dart Estuary reverberates with incredible music from a range of genres. This year the festival is looking forward to headline act Dodgey. www.dartmusicfestival.co.uk


17 – 19 MAY


Devon County Show – Exeter One of the South West’s most iconic events, showcasing the very best of farming, food and rural life. www.devoncountyshow.co.uk


26 – 27 MAY


Brixham Heritage Sailing Regatta Races followed by fish supper, fireworks, raffles, prize giving, live music and end-of-regatta party. www.brixhamheritagesailing.org.uk


Fancy dress, a parade through the vil- lage, live music, dancing around the maypole and of course the wonderful wormcharming competition itself! www.wormcharming.co.uk


1 – 3 JUNE


Kingsbridge Food & Music Festival If you love delicious, locally-produced food and brilliant live music, you’re in the right place.


2/3 JUNE


Torbay Air Show Breathtaking air displays over the stunning South Devon Bay with free entertainment on Paignton Green for all the family. www.torbayairshow.com


8 – 10 JUNE


The Contemporary Craft Festival A multi award-winning event in Bovey Tracey which celebrates the best of British designer making. www.craftsatboveytracey.co.uk


10 JUNE Salcombe Estuary Rowing Club Regatta


A must on any keen gig rower’s calendar! www.gigrower.co.uk


16 JUNE


Brixham Trawler Race The traditional event with bunting clad boats battling it out on the 2-lap race around the Bay. Fun and festivities raising funds for local charities. Check facebook page.


6 – 16 JULY


Ways with Words – Dartington A vibrant and joyful 10-day event, a chance for those who read books to meet those who write them. www.wayswithwords.co.uk


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