WIN two pairs of tickets to Goldcoast Oceanfest

Oceanfest competition.

Oceanfest competition. - Credit: Archant

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The Gazette has teamed up with organisers to give away two pairs of tickets to the 18th instalment of the festival, held in Croyde from June 17-19.

The event promises to be bigger and better than ever as it comes of age this year, celebrating all things sun, surf and music.

Sunset Sons will headline on Saturday, supported by Reverend and The Makers and follow past headline performances from Ben Howard, Bastille, Ed Sheeran and Seasick Steve.

DJ Fresh is headlining Friday with Fuse ODG in support, while on Sunday the Cuban Bros will keep it hot for KT Tunstall to close the festival.

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Keeping it in the family, the festival is run by brothers and mad-keen surfers Shaun and Warren Latham, who place equal emphasis on top laid-back music and freewheeling sports.

In addition to delectable street food vendors, art and circus workshops, adrenalin zones, morning yoga, the new craft cider and ale tent and pop-up cocktail bar, there will be an all-new second stage run by Saunton Road Studios in the Tea and Jam Tent.

This year’s nominated charity is Children’s Hospice South West, which will also be hosting one of its Silver Tea Parties at the festival on the Friday.

To encourage families, a three-day festival family ticket costs £145 (two adults and two children) saving £55 (one adult goes free).

Three-days is £55 per adult, £45 per child (u18) and under sixes £6. Day tickets are £25. Visit for tickets.

To be in with a chance of winning two pairs of tickets to Goldcoast Oceanfest, enter our competition HERE.

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