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ISLE of Wight Festival is back and it’s good news for festival fans, with Lewis Capaldi, Lionel Ritchie and Kasabian announced.
It’ll take place next June and here’s everything you need to know if you’re interested in grabbing a pair of tickets.
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Isle of Wight has announced their headliners for 2022 and it looks set to be a party.
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The 2022 edition is back to it’s June date, and will be kicking off the festival season.
And with some huge names booked we’re sure tickets are going to be in high demand.
None other than than Lewis Capaldi, Kasabian, Muse have been announced as headliners, with huge names such as Lionel Ritchie, Kasabian, Rudimental and Tom Grennan also booked to perform.
It’ll take place on June 16 – 19, and tickets are available from Ticketmaster here.
Sounds like your cup of tea? Here’s everything you need to know.
When is Isle of Wight Festival 2021?
The festival will take place June 16 to 19.
Following plenty of Covid postponements, they festival is glad to be back to normal.
Calling all festival fans, Isle of Wight is backCredit: PA:Press Association
How can I get tickets to Isle of Wight Festival 2021?
Tickets to Isle of Wight Festival 2022 are available from Ticketmaster here.
There are a number of options available, including day tickets, deposit schemes, upgrades and more.
How much are Isle of Wight Festival tickets?
Day tickets are priced from £80.50, with adult weekend tickets priced at £208.20
Student tickets are available for £186.90, and teen tickets from £181.50.
Children’s tickets are £5.40, and Infants and Under 5’s are free.
A Gold Package upgrade is £65, and there are also Locker, Shower and Luxury Loo Upgrades available too.
Who is in Isle of Wight Festival 2021 line-up?
Friday June 17
- Lewis Capaldi
- Lionel Richie
- Nile Rodgers and Chic
- The Vaccines
Saturday June 18
- Pete Tong
- Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott
- The Proclaimers
- The Fratellis
Sunday June 19
- Tom Grennan
- UB40 ft Ali Campbell
- Freya Ridings
- Mavis Staples
- Del Amitri
Also playing across the weekend are Happy Mondays, Heather Small Craig Davis presents TS5, Shaggy, The Kooks and many more.
Can I camp at Isle of Wight Festival?
Fancy going to Isle of Wight Festival?Credit: WENN
Yes there are a number of camping options available at Isle of Wight Festival.
Pink Moon Camping and Harvest Moon Boutique are pre pitched tents for whatever you need, as well as camping and camping plus.
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