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FRIDAY 3RD JUNE

Across the festival from 12pm onwards

  • Fairground
  • Food, craft, clothing and charity traders
  • Bar tent
  • Walkabout entertainers
  • Soundscapes & Seascapes; family science installation (with support by Bristol University)

The Big Top

12pm-3pm: Circus skill workshops including hula hooping, balancing, juggling, plate spinning.

4pm: Family Cabaret Show

Main Stage

Timings are approximate and subject to change

12pm RA Dance Fitness

RA Dance Fitness provides dance training to children in Exmouth. They’ll be showcasing some of the work their dancers have been learning this year, including Acro routines and some super lift work!

1pm La La Choir

La La’s joy, energy and upbeat songs are what makes them stand out as a choir. You can expect a cappella rock, pop, jazz and soul, all of which will move you.

3pm Chris Ostler

Devon-born Solo Artist Chris Ostler will be playing a Transatlantic mix of Rock, Pop, Country and Funk music.

4pm Poppy Fardell

One of the most promising and fast rising artists in the U.K. country music scene, Poppy Fardell is sparking fire & truth with every lyric as she defies her age with heartfelt messages and embracing the notion of doing things her way. Poppy is returning to Exmouth Festival this year with a full band & new songs which are bound to stick in your head.

5pm The Papers

Legendary rock reggae all the way from 1979 to 2022, mixing a few familiar tracks with their own singles.

6pm Ruby May Spencer

Exmouth based singer/songwriter Ruby May Spencer is excited to be back at this year’s festival. Expect to be entertained by her accompanying band who will perform a mix of original and well-known cover songs that will aim to uplift.

7.15pm The Jamestown Brothers

This nine piece original indie folk band from Somerset bring high energy toe tapping footstomping songs you won’t stop singing and will have audiences up and dancing and leaving their cares behind!

9pm Space

With their world-renowned gritty edgy pop songs that captivate the imagination of the listener, Space have sold over 5 million records worldwide with album titles including “Spiders, “Tin Planet”, “Suburban Rock and Roll” and “Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab” along with ten top 40 singles and a host of other single releases to-date with titles including “Neighborhood”, “Female of the Species”, “Me and You Vs. The World”, “Avenging Angels”, “Dark Clouds”, and “Begin Again”.