Centred in and around what could well be one of the mot beautiful parts of Torquay, Torre Abbey Meadows, get yourselves ready for another successful Grinagog Festival of Music and Contemporary arts. Arriving in Torquay on Friday 20th, Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd April 2018 with a whole host of music, contemporary arts and more.
Headlining no less than some 200 artists across a variety of genres and platforms.
Whether you’re a fan of music, mind blowing arts or just memorable performances you are going to find that the Grinagog Festival is the best way to kick start the new season in style.
If you’re attending as a family you’re going to want to wait until Saturday and either observe the prestigious Grinagog Carnival Parade or checkout one of the amazing acts that will be happening in either the Festival Barn, the Garth Tent, the Dave Tent or the Museum.
The fun doesn’t stop outside either with plenty to see, listen and soak up the atmosphere with.
If you’ve not had enough by Sunday, get yourselves back down to Torre Abbey meadows and enjoy another fun filled and rammed day.
Headline performances at this years Grinagog festival include:
- Big Narstie
- Macka B
- Craig Charles (Funk, & Soul Club Feat Daytoner)
- The Correspondents
- Channel One Sound System
and a whole lot more.
Grinagog Festival, Its not just music
Along side the vast array of music for you to listen to you can also watch a variety of films, listen to one of the variety of talks including Sunday Papers Live: A whole afternoon of talks and debates, perfect for those with plenty to say.
Finally, why not round it off with a visit to the Tattoo Art Festival and if you’re feeling a little crazy keep your eyes open for The Acid Morris and the Dragonfruit Man.
If the idea of getting wet, really does float your boat. The Grinagog Festival are happy to share that those that book festival tickets will be given the option to take a Jet ski, yes a Jet ski safari around the English Riviera, you will need to be aged 18 or over.
There is also the opportunity to take part in Coasteering, Kayak Tours and Stand Up Paddle Board.
So if you fancy a weekend of arts, music with a spot of water then you’ve got the right festival.
Tickets are selling pretty fast, with early bird sales now over.
To get your hands on a pair of tickets, take a look right here.