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May 10, 11, 12 2019 LOCAL & FREE for over 20 years! www.ww


May 10, 11, 12 2019 Keeping it


Not long now….. Keeping it


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


For more information on bands, events & how to support us


Never mind shopping days until Christmas, there’s only a mere 5 MONTHS to go until the 2020 Dart Music Festival kicks off another outstanding weekend of musical magnificence! So if you want to enjoy free music for all during one of Dartmouth’s best loved week- ends, whip out your diaries and calendars and mark off the 15th, 16th and 17th of May 2020. The DMF committee are already elbow deep in preparation – applications are rolling in thick and fast from bands from all over the nation who want to take part in our fabulous festival, and the social media and press departments are steeling themselves ready for a flurry of advertising activity. For those of us who were


lucky enough to experience the 2019 festival in all its glory, I am sure you are still telling stories to your long suffering friends about your new ‘favouritest and most amazing band ever’ from the time you discovered Dansi, or The


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Undercover Hippy. Or are you still cringing with embarrassment at memories of dad dancing to the rocking Riviera Dogs? Does the mere memory of Mark O’Reilly still make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up? Do you still marvel at the melodious memories of the Darting Trout Quintet? And let’s not forget the achingly beautiful music brought to you by Flavel flautist Mark Taylor, or the Borealis Sax Quartet providing sublime saxophone in St. Saviours. Maybe you are still wearing your 2019 wristband with pride! Or are you raring to roll your sleeves up and get involved? If so, volunteering couldn’t be easier. Simply contact our vital volunteer wrangler Sally at collections@dartmusicfestival.co.uk and she will load you up with all the information and support you need to join our happy horde of helpers. Whether you can give a full three days, or just the odd half an hour towards helping out, every little tiny bit helps, and I can assure you the


warm feeling of being part of the team never really goes away. Can’t wait until May? Well worry


not as between now and then the DMF team will be holding a number of fundraising events to help boost the coffers for the upcoming 2020 event. For details about these keep an eye on the website (www.dart- musicfestival.co.uk) the facebook page (www.facebook.com/dart- musicfestival) and the local press. Prefer to be updated regularly? Then simply sign up to or newsletter via the website, and receive emails that will let you know what’s happening where and when. So now there is no reason to miss out on any Dart Music Festival shenanigans for 2020! So there you have it. Now is the


time to start buttering up the boss to make sure you have your holiday booked for the 2020 Dart Music Festival – the 15th, 16th and 17th of May. Be there, or be gutted you missed it! For further information contact Info@dartmusicfesitval.co.uk


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