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Handy Grinagog Festival guide coming right your way! Discover the music – quirky spaces and amazing stages – with this video from our friends at The Shorely (a new insiders guide to Torbay culture). In just 2 mins, hear from Chris Tofu MBE (he’s our Musical Director) on how you can mosh out in the 13th century Barn, rave in the Crypt, hear an intimate gig in the Chapel and go BIG at the main stages. Have a watch and share with your friends… only a few days to wait now!

Love music? Thinking of going to Grinagog Festival (20-22 april)? Check out this video guide with DJ Chris Tofu MBE to the quirky stages and genre-defining line-up across Torre Abbey Museum and the RICC.

Fancy moshing out in a 13th century Barn? How about going to a rave in a Crypt? Or maybe you just want to kick back and folk out in The Chapel? Let festival season begin in the Bay with over 200 acts, artists, musicians and DJs playing across three days at Grinagog Festival (20-22 April).

This year sees a closed festival site with more space to watch, listen, dance and enjoy this incredibly diverse and jam-packed festival led by Torquay’s own Chris Tofu MBE and Continental Drifts, the award-winning curators at Glastonbury Festival (official)’s Shangri-La, Boomtown Fair’s Ballroom Stage and Bestival’s Caravanserai.

Headliners at Grinagog Festival include grime star and MOBO-nominated Big Narstie, funk and soul favourite The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show, BBC Folk Award nominee Jim Causley, electronic heroes A.Skillz, fabriclondon’s Terry Francis, Dizraeli & DownLow and The Correspondents, plus reggae superstars Channel One Sound System with founder Mikey Dread, Macka B and KIKO BUN.

Check out this exclusive and very handy day-by-day breakdown of what’s on and where. Be warned, you’ve got some difficult choices to make as programming happens in parallel across venues and stages!

Grinagog Festival 2018: It Came From The Sea! is on Friday 20 April, Saturday 21 April, Sunday 22 April at Torre Abbey and The RICC.

Tickets available for the whole Fri to Sun festival or just for the day! You can buy cheaper tickets in advance and online at http://www.grinagogfestival.com.

You can also grab a ticket on the gate.

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5 months ago

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Announcement regarding Grinagog Festival 2020

Grinners, just to keep you up to date, there will be no Grinagog Festival in 2020.

We understand this may be disappointing news for loyal supporters of the event, but difficult decisions have to be made to ensure the continuity of the council’s key services.

In April 2019, we worked with the team at Continental Drifts to bring you Grinagog presents Minigog, a micro version of Grinagog Festival. Many of you came along to enjoy a packed day of fun and mischief, followed by an evening of live music and DJ performances and we are looking at options to bring Grinagog Festival back in 2021.

There are a number of great local events taking place this year such as Glas-Denbury Music & Arts Festival on 3 and 4 July - which won Gold in the Festival of the Year category in the 2019 Visit Devon Tourism Awards.

To find out more about events and festivals in Torbay go to: socsi.in/vjnzt
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Announcement regarding Grinagog Festival 2020 

Grinners, just to keep you up to date, there will be no Grinagog Festival in 2020. 

We understand this may be disappointing news for loyal supporters of the event, but difficult decisions have to be made to ensure the continuity of the council’s key services. 

In April 2019, we worked with the team at Continental Drifts to bring you Grinagog presents Minigog, a micro version of Grinagog Festival. Many of you came along to enjoy a packed day of fun and mischief, followed by an evening of live music and DJ performances and we are looking at options to bring Grinagog Festival back in 2021. 

There are a number of great local events taking place this year such as Glas-Denbury Music  & Arts Festival on 3 and 4 July - which won Gold in the Festival of the Year category in the 2019 Visit Devon Tourism Awards. 

To find out more about events and festivals in Torbay go to: socsi.in/vjnzt

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What a pity... Y-E-L Uncle! Tacko! X

What a shame

Awww such a shame 😢 x

Liam Padgett Natalie Truscott Skues Jim Beaumont 2021 guys?

Very sad to hear this after all your hard work. And a well behaved crowd too...

Kasia Krysiak

DJ Chris Tofu & Afrocluster & Malavita! 28/03/20 @ Totnes civic hall! X come one & all!! 😘

Debi Kana

Matt Beaumont

So many other events going on anyway!

Ah we will miss you guys, but coming to Totnes on The 28 the of March to hear your wonderful music and have some fun. ♥️🎼🤸

Support your local festival www.lovesummerfestival.com - see you in the fields

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8 months ago

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Congratulations to Glas-Denbury Music & Arts Festival who won Gold in the Tourism Event & Festival of the Year category at last nights Devon Tourism Awards.

We are a huge supporter of local events like this and know how much work goes into getting them off the ground.

Well deserved!

#DevonTA2 weeks to go! 😍 We are so very proud to be shortlisted again for the Devon Tourism Awards 2019 for Festival of the Year category!
Have you got your Earlybird tickets for next year yet? Don't forget we have group discounts, payment plan options, assistance tickets an more.. just pm us for more info on any of these options or book online.

#DevonTA #visitdevon #visitsouthdevon #visitteignbridge
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Congratulations to Glas-Denbury Music & Arts Festival who won Gold in the Tourism Event & Festival of the Year category at last nights Devon Tourism Awards. 

We are a huge supporter of local events like this and know how much work goes into getting them off the ground.

Well deserved! 

#DevonTA

8 months ago

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Did you head down to Wavelength in Torquay last weekend? The fantastic team behind it are thinking about how they can do more in the future – but they need your feedback.

If you were there on either Friday, Saturday or Sunday then please help by taking part in this short survey. socsi.in/APxFj

If you took any photos of any of the Wavelength activities and experiences please tag them on social media using #eyeviewwavelength

Image credit: Jim Wileman
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Did you head down to Wavelength in Torquay last weekend? The fantastic team behind it are thinking about how they can do more in the future – but they need your feedback. 

If you were there on either Friday, Saturday or Sunday then please help by taking part in this short survey. socsi.in/APxFj

If you took any photos of any of the Wavelength activities and experiences please tag them on social media using #EyeviewWavelength 

Image credit: Jim Wileman

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Please don't do it right near bonfire night next time ....we had to stay in with our terrified dog, we cant leave her with anyone else, we missed out on this it looked brilliant

Marina Blackford xxx

Better than fireworks 👍

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8 months ago

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