Friday, January 28, 2022

Isle Of Wight Festival announces 2015 dates

Following the success of this year's event, organisers of the Isle of Wight Festival have confirmed the event's return for next year. Set to kick off on 11th June 2015, IOW'15 will carry on until 14th June; at this stage, the line-up is yet to...

Isle of Wight Festival 2017: Rod Stewart confirmed to headline

Rod Stewart has been confirmed as the second headliner for next summer's Isle Of Wight Festival, closing the four-day event on Sunday 11th June. Joining the previously-announced Arcade Fire (who will headline on Saturday 10th June), the 71 year-old's appointment will mark his only 2017...

Isle of Wight Festival 2016: Faithless & Stereophonics to headline

Faithless and Stereophonics have been announced as co-headliners for next summer's Isle of Wight Festival, organisers have confirmed. The four-day event, which returns to its Seaclose Park home in Newport, will see both groups hit the stage on Friday 10th June. Queen, joined by Adam...

Isle of Wight Festival 2017: more names added to line-up

Isle of Wight Festival organisers have announced a wealth of new names for this summer's line-up following last year's reveal of headliners Arcade Fire and Rod Stewart. Example, Bastille and Kaiser Chiefs will be joining both artists on the 9-10th June weekend (alongside previously-announced...

Isle of Wight Festival: Blur announced as new headliner

As they gear up for the impending release of their upcoming new album The Magic Whip, Blur have been announced as the Saturday night headliner for this summer's Isle of Wight Festival. Set to join the likes of previously-announced headliners Fleetwood Mac, The Prodigy and...

Isle of Wight Festival 2017: Run DMC & David Guetta announced as latest headliners

Run DMC and David Guetta have been revealed as the final two headliners for 2017's Isle Of Wight Festival, joining the prevously-announced Arcade Fire and Rod Stewart. Guetta and Run DMC will hit up the main stage as co-headliners on Friday 9th June -...

Noel Gallagher, George Ezra & Biffy Clyro to headline Isle of Wight 2019

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will join Biffy Clyro and George Ezra to headline this summer's Isle of Wight Festival, organisers have confirmed. Appearing alongside the first wave of names, Gallagher's current band will return to the festival for the first time since 2012,...