The Isle of Wight Festival today announces more artists joining the line-up for the 2020 event.
Recently announced artists include FooR, Natasha Bedingfield, Are You Experienced? (Jimi Hendrix tribute), You Me At Six, LONA, Joy Crookes, The Lathums, Donna Missal, Rebecca Hurn, All Saints, Lightning Seeds, Roachford, Rothwell, Asylums, Sam Feldt (LIVE), Maxïmo Park, Ella Henderson, Lyra, Dylan John Thomas, Black Eyed Peas, James Vincent McMorrow, Seasick Steve, Megan McKenna, Razorlight, New Rules, Balcony
The second announcement showcases the festival’s diversity when it comes to genre, with something for everyone across the weekend.
These acts join previously announced 2020 headliners Lionel Richie, Lewis Capaldi, Snow Patrol, Chemical Brothers and Duran Duran (UK festival exclusive) with Big Top headliners Happy Mondays, Primal Scream and Kaiser Chiefs. Other acts already announced across the weekend include special guest Pete Tong (presents Ibiza Classics), Becky Hill, Sam Fender, James Arthur, Supergrass, Dido, Sigma (DJ set), Shed Seven, Example, Maisie Peters, The Manor and JC Stewart.
The UK’s oldest festival – first held in 1968 – celebrates the 50th anniversary of the iconic 1970 festival this year – a festival which cemented its place within pop history with performances from Jimi Hendrix, The Who and Joni Mitchell. Hendrix’s legendary headline performance was his last in the UK and the 1970 festival was the last on the island until it was resurrected in 2002.
Tickets for The Isle of Wight Festival 2020 are on sale now: www.isleofwightfestival.com/tickets.
As well as a 180 acre campsite that runs alongside the River Medina, the festival also offers a VIP glamping experience in the Harvest Moon Boutique. Fans can book a pre-pitched tent in Pink Moon Camping or a Deluxe Yurt, Podpad or Kushti Cabin, and enjoy quality toilets, showers and more.
Under the Stars, the festival’s ultimate luxury camping experience, is located just behind the Main Stage and offers festival goers the chance to experience premium VIP over the weekend. Fans can stay in either an Indian Shikar Tent or a Bedouin Pagoda and enjoy complimentary food and drink, exclusive access to the backstage area and relaxing beauty room.
Getting to the Isle of Wight couldn’t be easier: festival goers can travel to a ferry port (via coach travel with Big Green Coach; Liftshare; train; or private car) then hop on a Red Funnel or Wightlink ferry to arrive on the island in just 45 minutes.
Disabled access tickets must be purchased from Ticketmaster: book here.