The legendary festival returns next year with an even bigger line-up including performances from James Bay, The Killers, Liam Gallagher, Depeche Mode and many more!
Since 2002, The Isle of Wight Festival stages have hosted The Rolling Stones, The Who, David Bowie, Muse, Foo Fighters, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney and a huge list of amazing acts, this iconic festival enjoys a micro climate with its stunning location, just 2 hours from London just across the water, provides a feeling of escapism that other festivals struggle to achieve.
Real music is their heritage with music constantly evolving and changing, so does the festival with its bespoke approach to the live music scene the Isle of Wight Festival is for real music lovers of all ages and that’s why their audiences return year after year, on the festival grounds you’ll find family-friendly areas as well as a raft of accommodation options for the non-campers and VIP services for those who want to do a Festival, but not in the traditional way.
Accessible facilities include a viewing platform for Disabled guests located next to the Main Stage, you can apply for a space on the viewing platform, whether guests are Camping or a Non-Camping, This entitles guests with a carer/companion (if you have one) access to the viewing platform.
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