GoldCoast Oceanfest

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Goldcoast Oceanfest is a three day music and beach sports event, which takes place in Croyde, North Devon, UK.

Aside from the live music and sports, the festival also has many eco-projects and biosphere reserve initiatives, which they promote and hold close to their conscience.

Line-up

2012 line-up, news, rumours and our predictions

Local star Ben Howard is the first act to be confirmed as a headliner.

For the Sports events programme click here.

2011 line-up and past line-up highlights

Ash Grunwald, Seasick Steve, The King Blues, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Ben Howard, The Blind Hearts, Strinerbessant, Adam Isaac, Chris Millington and Liquidators, were amongst those who performed at Goldcoast 2011.

Vibe

The event stated it's original aim "To provide Families, Athletes, Media, Tourism Representatives, and Sponsors, the opportunity to be involved an event, which aspires to be inclusive, credible, engaging and fun."

Something that the festival still appears to be doing well, as many reviews have described the event as "adrenaline fuelled" and "good old family fun".

Attendees also leave the event with an understanding

On Site Information

Arena Opening Hours:

  • Friday: 10:00 - 23:00
  • Saturday: 10:00 - 23:00
  • Sunday: 10:00 - 21:00

Festival contact and ticket information

Ticket information

  • Under 6 Ticket: £1.00
  • Child Ticket (Under 18): £30.00
  • Adult Ticket: £40.00
  • Family Ticket: £100.00 (admits two adults & children)

It's advised that if you are looking to buy the family tickets, it's advised to buy the "family ticket" as opposed to paying for the tickets separately.

Tickets can tickets through the official website

Contact information

Whether you are a trader, a musician, or someone who just has a general question to ask, there is a contact form on the Goldcoast Oceanfest website, that allows you to select which sector you are trying to contact with your question.