New Year's Eve 2019 at The Cove in Hope Cove Devon

Tickets now on sale for HUGE NYE night

DROP the bomb on 2018 and see in the New Year with a shed load of bass-fuelled funky grooves, vintage remixes and hi-energy free-styling down in Hope Cove.

This is how WE do the BIG one at THE coolest spot in the South Hams.

Multi-genre, instrumental electronic dance master, Captain Flapcap heads up the party on Monday, December 31 at The Cove.

The Guilford based producer and DJ unleashes a formidable mix of electro swing and vintage remix, including influences of swing, ska, funk and dance plus mid-blowing LIVE flute.

Having worked with many high-flying artists across Europe, The Kurnel MC blends flawlessly with DJs to create positive cohesion, energy and sparking up the crowds.

Known for ‘letting the beat breathe’, KMC understands the beat comes first and he is there to accentuate when needed.

Expect huge energy, witty, dextrous vocals and rapping.

But most of all expect to get those hands up.

And it wouldn’t be NYE without the main man who puts it all together.

Hope Cove ledge DJ Pragmatik returns with his trademark set, influenced from old skool hip-hop, jazz, swing, breaks, funk and house.

THE eclectic collection of bass-fuelled wonder treats to please any crowd.

ALL three have played BIG festivals, from Bestival to Boomtown, so we’re delighted to have them here for ONE massive party.

Advance tickets £10 and available via the website.

Shuttle Bus will be available if seats are booked early at an additional £10, offering a return trip to Kingsbridge and Malborough.

Departing 8pm, returning from The Cove at around 12.30am.

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Echo Town sold out gig at The Cove in Hope Cove Devon

ECHO Town back for SOLD OUT show

HIGH-energy roots rock duo Echo Town return to The Cove for a SOLD OUT gig on Saturday, October 6.

Free-spirited brothers Ric and Rob Harrison have made major waves since their last Hope Cove gig three years ago – arriving here as part of an extensive UK tour to promote new album ‘Kin’.

Having supported the likes of Morcheeba, Xavier Rudd and Tankus the Henge, the rock-folk-reggae duo achieve a full band sound with just two pairs of hands.

Instantly recognisable for their multi-instrumental performances and eclectic sound, they mix the culture of the surf soaked South West with contemporary freedom songs.

Expect guitar, lap-slide, stomp box, harmonica, didgeridoo and percussion with soulful singing and energetic harmonies.