Music

News about music locally

Are you aware of any local events or news about music? Please let me know by emailing contact@exmoutharts.co.uk

Local music organisations

(For music venues, see the Venues section)

What's on - larger venues and regular activities

Larger venues

(For all music venues, see the Venues section. Music in cafes, pubs, bars and clubs is in a separate section below. Please scroll down to see this section and also a section on how you can listen to free music via Devon Libraries).

These regular music activities are currently suspended. Please check with the organisers:

Is there anything that we have left out that you would like to see included? Please let us know by emailing contact@exmoutharts.co.uk.

What's on - music in cafes, pubs, bars and clubs

(For all music venues, see the Venues section)

Most local music events and gigs are listed in the excellent Lemonrock Gig Guide - https://www.lemonrock.com (and click on "Guide" and then "Gigs Near Me", or key in "Exmouth") Details there are updated very frequently.

Regular gigs - Please note: these events are all currently suspended. Please check with the organisers:

Is there anything that we have left out that you would like to see included? Please let us know by emailing us - contact@exmoutharts.co.uk.

Our featured venue

Exmouth Pavilion:

Free music from the Naxos Music Library via Devon Libraries

This link - https://www.devonlibraries.org.uk/web/arena/referenceonline - tells you about a range of free reference services offered by Devon Libraries. Amazingly this also includes free access to the whole of the Naxos Music catalogue, and you can listen to all the albums (more than 143,000 discs, which is over 2 million tracks!) by keying in your own library number from your library card (see Literature for more details about library services). The music is then streamed to you, so you do need to be online to listen to it. See https://devonlibrary.naxosmusiclibrary.com/recentadditions.asp.

The Naxos Music Library is also available as an downloadable app for your tablet or smartphone from your usual app provider (and you will need to register to use this - and it's free - and once done, it's excellent). From the app, music is streamed, and some music can be downloaded so that you can listen to this at any time offline.