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Two Moors Festival

An event in October in Devon
Dartmoor and Exmoor
Devon and Somerset
Devon
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Event timing: Mid-October
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The annual Two Moors Festival is renowned for bringing classical music concerts at the highest level possible to Exmoor and Dartmoor.

World-famous artists take part in over thirty concerts along with many other well-known and up-and-coming soloists and ensembles.

For more details please contact the Box Office:
tel: 01643 831006
email: 2mf@btinternet.com

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