The dates for the 19th GoldCoast Oceanfest are confirmed as Friday 16th until Sunday 18th June 2017 at Croyde Bay, North Devon.
Confirmed so far are Kaiser Chiefs, Sigma (DJ set), Scouting For Girls, The Cuban Brothers, Gentleman's Dub Club, Charlie Sloth, The Shelters, The Stickmen, Meadowlark, Patrick Nazemi, Wille and the Bandits, Mad Dog Mcrea, Alice Jemima, Hein Cooper, The Leylines, Rews, Sound of the Sirens plus comedy via The Comedy Avengers, with more to be confirmed.
For the details so far including day splits please see the line-up page.
Expect over 20 live acts.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £59 for the weekend.
A child (aged 6-17 years) ticket is priced at £52.
A child (aged under 6) ticket is priced at £6.
A family (two adults & two children) ticket is priced at £145.
Note: Tickets do NOT include camping.
Note: Tickets are non-transferable - Tickets bought on eBay or by any other unofficial means etc will be invalid for entry. There are no day-tickets or tickets for individual artists.
Friday 11am – 11pm
Saturday 11am – 11pm
Sunday 11am – 9pm
Eco-projects and a celebration of the biosphere reserve also help to make it a festival with a conscience. All this adjacent to the fully licensed oceanside GoldCoast Arena hosting a Live Music Stage and Big Screen showcasing the international and local musical talents of more than 25 live acts over the weekend.
There will also a trade village with licensed bars and restaurants, demos, exhibitions, sampling, simulators and hospitality.
One of the major aims of the GoldCoast Oceanfest is to highlight the oceansports industry, create awareness for ocean-related causes and to encourage corporate participation in conservation.
There is no on site overnight accommodation and festival goers are advised to book nearby accommodation as soon as possible, to avoid disappointment.
More information will be here when available.
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plus Hannah Grace, Rews, Cortes, The Eskies, Callum Beattie, Mullally, and Zak Abel