Jess Glynne, Chase and Status and Razorlight to play Oceanfest18

PUBLISHED: 12:01 16 February 2018 | UPDATED: 13:15 16 February 2018

Oceanfest18 has announced Jess Glynne, Chase and Status and Razorlight as its 2018 headliners.

Oceanfest18 has announced Jess Glynne, Chase and Status and Razorlight as its 2018 headliners.

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Music stars Chase and Status, Jess Glynne and Razorlight are set to headline Oceanfest18 at Croyde from June 15-17.

After raising the bar with Kaiser Chiefs last year, organisers have cemented its place as one of the UK’s best festivals with a mouth-watering line up.

Award-winning singer songwriter Jess Glynne – who hit number one with her song Hold My Hand – will be making North Devon one of rare UK festival appearances this year.

Jess Glynne will be headlining Saturday night at Oceanfest 2018. Picture: Nadine IjewereJess Glynne will be headlining Saturday night at Oceanfest 2018. Picture: Nadine Ijewere

She headlines the Saturday night of the popular three day lifestyle, beach and music festival.

Drum and bass legends Chase and Status will be headlining the Friday’s DJ and dance opening night.

Then on Sunday chart-topping rocker band Razorlight – well known for their hit America - will be taking to the stage to bring the festival to a close in style.

Tickets are available now from goldcoastoceanfest.co.uk

Round off GoldCoast Oceanfest 2018 with Razorlight on the Sunday. Picture: Andy WillsherRound off GoldCoast Oceanfest 2018 with Razorlight on the Sunday. Picture: Andy Willsher

Chase and Status will be headlining the Friday night of GoldCoast Oceanfest 2018. Picture: Jim FiscusChase and Status will be headlining the Friday night of GoldCoast Oceanfest 2018. Picture: Jim Fiscus


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