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​​Saturday 5 August

Gates open at 5.30pm with informal live music with the first act on stage at 6.45pm til late

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Isabel Inkcap 


Captivated by her ethereal and heartfelt vocals we are delighted to welcome Isabel InkCap to the Fringe stage this summer.

22 year old Isabel Inkcap's sound has been influenced as much by following her dad around folk clubs as a kid as by artists such as Big Thief, Aldous Harding and Laura Marling.

Her enchanting vocal is matched by her strong songwriting and knowledge of melodies. Isabel's thirst for self-discovery in her music is channelled through her voice, guitar and banjo.

Eyes Alchemist


Eyes Alchemist are a trio of travellers, exploring the realms of inner alchemy and magic,

through the medicine of music and fire.

Burn away your blockages and dissolve your inhibitions on a blaze of soulful, high-flying

vocals, knee raising, klezmer-infused gypsy folk melodies and primal tribal beats that

awaken your dancing warrior, alchemising the energies inside.

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Hearing Aid Beige 

We are chuffed to welcome back one of our fav local bands Hearing Aid Beige from the artistic hotspot of Totnes.


We love their tuneful dreamy sound - full of milky guitar riffs and soothing harmonics - perfect for a long hot summer’s day! Indeed, they have described their music as ‘hammock rock’ combining Brian Wilson-esque melodies and languid beats. It all results in songs that are kaleidoscopic, easy to listen to and makes you feel guuuuud! 🏖😎

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Echo Town 

Yass! The boys are back in town!

Echo Town are two earthy bros from Cornwall - they bring a tribal percussive fire to the stage with powerful drums, deep reverberating didgeridoo, uplifting vocals and a happiness that can only be experienced live.


Although there is just two of them they create a tremendous primal sound that seems to rise up deep from mother earth! People often comment that it is the electricity and energy between the duo that is most captivating. They went down a storm at the Fringe back in 2015 and again in 2017 so we are excited to welcome back rested and recharged to stress test out our new big stage!

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