Venues – Dart Music Festival

Just a brief run-down of all the main venues hosting music at Dart Music Festival this year…
The Bandstand Main Stage
Situated in Royal Avenue Gardens, the main stage hosts many different performances this year. Some seating is made available
Music is free with donations requested via yellow collecting tins. 
Use of Royal Avenue Gardens is by kind permission of South Hams District Council.

The Masonic Hall – Situated in Lower Street, use is by kind permission of the Freemasons. 
N.B. IN THE EVENT OF REALLY GOOD, SUNNY WEATHER, EVENTS MAY BE TRANSFERRED TO BAYARD’S COVE FORT. PLEASE CHECK EACH DAY
In the event performances being relocated in good weather, the Fort is situated at the end of Bayard’s Cove and is made available by kind permission of English Heritage. 
Some chairs are made available for the performances, which will be held on Saturday and Sunday and will start at 11.30 am.
 
The Flavel Arts Centre – situated in Flavel Street. The Music Festival is grateful to the Flavel for use of the main auditorium, studio and also the Library which are all part of the events being staged. 
SOME EVENTS – ALTHOUGH FREE – WILL BE TICKETED
Please check with the Flavel Box Office:
 01803 839530
 
The Flavel Church – Situated in front of the Arts Centre, the Church will be holding workshops, performances and Songs of Praise.
The Old Market Square – situated in the centre of town. 
Music in the afternoon after the Friday Market has finished. 
All the shops will be open, and there will be a bar organised and sponsored by Bays Brewery, with music and food on Saturday and Sunday too.
Collections will be made via yellow collecting tins and buckets

The Guildhall/Clifton Room – Situated in Victoria Road just past the Old Market, this venue will be signposted by a large yellow venue flag. 
Workshops take place in the Clifton Room downstairs whilst upstairs in the Ballroom performances run from Friday early evening and all through Saturday and Sunday, with a bar sponsored by Bays Brewery and cafe run by Friends of Stoke Fleming School on Saturday.
Entry to the venue is free with donations requested via the yellow collecting tins and buckets.

Situated in the middle of town, with performances being held in  the Church all over the weekend as well as the Festival Eucharist on Sunday Morning.
St Petrox Church – situated next to Dartmouth Castle out on the headland. Allow at least half an hour to walk to this beautiful small venue in a wonderful setting – so it will be worth it! The Castle Ferry runs throughout the day – details from the Ferry Kiosk on South Embankment or the back page of the DMF Programme.
Hope this helps to whet your appetite…have a great time.
15th, 16th & 17th May 2015