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Isle of Wight Festival returns in June 2023, to welcome once again over 90,000 music fans for a weekend of rock, pop and dance music.

The Isle Of Wight Festival is the UK’s oldest music festival and takes place in Newport’s Seaclose Park on the Isle of Wight. Since first forming in 1968, the Isle Of Wight Festival has secured its place in pop culture history thanks to past performances from Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, The Doors, Joni Mitchell and many more music legends.

The multi-genre music festival consistently welcomes some of the best acts from rock, pop, dance and much more to the unique island setting, complete with its own microclimate. Located just two hours from London, festival goers can experience the ultimate escape of live music and entertainment. To this day, Isle of Wight Festival remains a staple of the UK festival calendar.

Isle of Wight Festival 2022 Highlights
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Isle of Wight Festival 2024 Lineup


The Prodigy
Pet Shop Boys
Green Day

Fri 20 June 2024

The Prodigy / The Streets / Crowded House / The Darkness / The K’S / The Bootleg Beatles

Sat 21 June 2024

Pet Shop Boys / Keane / Blossoms / Jake Shears

Sunday 22 June 2024

Green Day / Simple Minds / Nothing But Thieves / Zara Larsson / McFly / Picture This / Beverley Knight
+ many more TBA

Isle of Wight Festival 2024 Tickets

Weekend Tickets at £269.95 (€311.68) are on sale:


The Isle of Wight Festival Weekend ticket allows you to camp all weekend in the festival’s campsite that runs alongside the River Medina, so all you need is basic camping gear, like a tent, a camping pad and a head torch (so useful in the night). If you don’t want to bring your own tent, the festival offers Premium Camping options purchased here

Alternatively, you can book nearby Hotels & Apartments using the map below or visit booking.com

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Travel Info


Return Coach Travel is available from Bournemouth, Brighton, London, Reading, Birmingham, Bristol, Nottingham, Oxford, Cardiff, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield. More to be announced soon.


Get one of the four mainland ferry ports at Southampton, Portsmouth, Lymington or Southsea. After a short crossing, you will arrive on the Island and you’ll be at the Isle of Wight Festival in no time at all. The ferry ports are served by good rail and road links.

There are fantastic Early Bird ferry offers available from Wightlink and Red Funnel.


Red Funnel offers two services for people travelling on foot: the ferry from Southampton to East Cowes or the Red Jet from Southampton to West Cowes. There are bus stations at both Cowes’ terminals where you can catch the bus to take you directly to the Festival.
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Wightlink offers two services for people travelling on foot: the ferry from Lymington to Yarmouth and the Catamaran from Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde. There are bus stations at both Island terminals where you can catch the bus to take you directly to Festival.
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Hovertravel operates a hovercraft service from Southsea to Ryde taking only 10 minutes to cross the Solent. They have a quick and easy Hoverbus service connecting from all Portsmouth stations with every Hovercraft service*. Onward bus travel to the Festival site is only a short 2 minute walk from their Ryde terminal.
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Share a lift to the festival and get priority parking with Liftshare:
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