Met Office forecasts spells on sunshine for Goldcoast Oceanfest in Croyde, with a possibility of some showers.

Goldcoast Oceanfest looks set for a mainly dry weekend - though there could be a few spots of rain.

The surf and music festival kicks off in Croyde on Friday, running through to Sunday.

According to the Met Office, the average temperature will remain at around 16-17’C all weekend.

Friday, when Roots Manuva is headlining the stage, is set to be the best of the days, with sunny intervals.

There may be a showers on Saturday morning, but this is set to clear in plenty of time for headliner Michael Kiwanuka.

A forecaster said Saturday would be: “becoming cloudier and more changeable with showers, some heavy.

“However, there will be some decent periods of dry and bright weather, especially on Sunday, with some warm sunny spells.”

X Factor contestant Luke Friend will be headlining the Sunday music stage.