Isle of Wight Festival

People enjoying some outdoor music

The Isle of Wight Festival has been a major event in the UK festival calendar for over 45 years. The three-day festival, held at Seaclose Park in Newport, features some of the UK and the world's top music acts.

Headlining the main stage at this year's Isle of Wight festival are:

  • The Who
  • Queen and Adam Lambert
  • Stereophonics
  • Faithless

Other acts on the bill include:

  • Jess Glynne
  • Busted
  • Twin Atlantic
  • Status Quo
  • Gabrielle Aplin

Before packing your bags for the festival, check the Newport forecast.

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Forecast

9-12 June - Will you need your wellies and waterproofs or suncream and ice lollies for the Isle of Wight Festival this year?

About the festival

The event first began in 1968, as a fundraiser for the local swimming association, and ran for three years. Worldwide acts, including Marc Bolan, Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix, took part. After a 32 year gap, the festival had a relaunch in 2002 and has been an annual event ever since, with acts such as The Stone Roses, Bon Jovi, The Who, Coldplay, Muse and Snow Patrol headlining.  

Festival-goers will be hoping for a warm and dry weekend, to keep the site from becoming bog-like and their tents clean. 

For further information about getting to the festival visit the  Isle of Wight Festival official website.

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