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May 10, 11, 12 2019 Keeping it


th th th N ow in it’s 22nd


LOCAL & FREE for over 20 years! For more information on bands, events & how to support us


fabulous three day shindig is nearly here! The 10th


www.dartmusicfestival.co.uk


year, Dartmouth’s , 11th


& 12th of May


will be three more unforgettable days of musical merriment and mayhem. As always, our terrific volunteers have ensured there will be something for everyone at the 2019 Dart Music Festival, full details of which are on the website – www.dartmu- sicfestival.co.uk - The official programme can be purchased at various outlets around the town. Here are just a few tasters to whet your appetite…..but remember to leave room for second helpings!


If a weekend of rock is what you live for, then get ready to go crazy to the strains of The Long Run, Mark O’Reilly, The True Strays and our very own Riviera Dogs. The Crinkle Cuts will be bringing the funk, and Urban Voodoo Machine’s own brand of London Punkabilly will blow you away. The pop stylings of Melissa Bell and Georgia Meek are guaranteed to get you on the dance floor, and Pattern Pusher’s electro pop sound will make you glad you wore your dancing pants!


FESTIVAL LINE UP


Heg and the Wolf Chorus, and Adam Holmes & the Embers give just a taste of the full programme on offer. Swing to sound of a bygone era with Drat Pack and the BRNC Big Band, or simply chill with the acoustic sounds of Will Whisson and Mick & Lucy.


“There will be something for everyone at the 2019 Dart Music Festival”


A veritable rhapsody of classical music can be savoured throughout the weekend, with the likes of the Borealis Saxophone Quartet, Guitarist Maga- zine’s “Guitarist of The Year” Stephen Yates, and the op- eratic arias of Claudia Alva- rez Calderon & Alex Wilson. Woodwose bring us their passion for ancient, wild and exotic instruments drawing their inspiration from the dark gothic era, and Dart Festival Chorus will be raising their voices to enthral us. If you


have a hankering to get involved then jump in with Vicky Hadland’s Singing Workshop and the Organic Rhythm Drumming Workshop – I’m exhausted just writing about it and I haven’t even done any of it yet!


Alternatively, if a more laid back music festival is your bag, then why not check out some of the jazz and folk music. Louise Parker, Martin Dale and Marc Julian Stringle offer up jazz that will pierce your soul, whereas the folk sounds of Lucid,


Now you have seen just a taste of what is on offer this year, you will need to start planning your days around all of the must-see music. This can be done via; the Dart Music Festival Programme available throughout the town; for those of you who want to go paper free you can sign up to ‘My DMF’ via the website https://


by Lucy Hingston


Martin Dale


Dartmouth Orchestra


Georgia Meek


Holly Hannigan


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