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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 The Lost Sound

Bringing you a feast of unaccompanied harmonies, stunning arrangements and glorious tunes from 30 powerful, passionate singers!

1pm Fritillaries

Young acoustic duo, their music is sometimes upbeat and driving, sometimes slow and contemplative, and always original and engaging. Something like Cara Dillon meets Darkness on the Edge of Town, played on banjo, guitar and mandolin.

2pm Cadence Road

Lance Vernon, Tony Green & Jim Burridge are an Exmouth acoustic trio, performing a wide range of popular and classic songs.

3pm Slowhand

Reunited for a special performance at the Exmouth Festival having entertained as professional musicians in the late 80’s. They play a mix of their original hits and some great covers of West Coast Rock.


An Americana duo described as having a “beautifully melodic country vibe” by BBC Introducing. Basing their sound in the roots of Americana with tight harmonies, guitar chops, they write songs to empower, encourage and refresh their listeners. Emily hails from Exmouth but the pair now live in Warwickshire.

5pm Haytor

High energy, charismatic five piece indie rock band hailing from Devon.

6pm The Scribes

Multi-award winning hip hop act bringing beatboxing, freestyling and positive vibes to the stage!

7.15pm Not the Cowboys

A mix of crazy mash-ups in their unique foot stomping, thigh slapping, hat tipping, roof-raising country-cowboy style.

9pm Musical Youth

Grammy nominated, number 1 selling, British reggae band Musical Youth are the group behind reggae-pop sensation ‘Pass the Dutchie’. In 2012, Musical Youth members Dennis Seaton (vocals) and Michael Grant (keyboards) reformed the group as a duo to celebrate 30 years of their first iconic hit. They released a new album of reggae classics, and they continue to spread the joy of ‘Pass the Dutchie’ at gigs all over the globe.