ISLE of Wight festival have announced their line up for 2021 with huge headliners including Lionel Ritchie and Lewis Capaldi.
So if you fancy getting your hands on a pair of tickets after a year long hiatus from festivals then we’ve got everything you need to know here.
The line up has been announced and it looks huge; Lewis Capaldi and Lionel Ritchie will return after a postponed 2020 booking, and they have added Jess Glynne and The Script to the bill.
Tickets go on sale today, at 9am on June 15th, and will be available from Ticketmaster here – don’t hang about if you want to get your hands on some.
Tickets will set you back £197.60, Student tickets will cost you £181.50, and teen tickets are £176.20.
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The festival will return from June 17-20 with 2020 Friday headliners Lionel Richie and Lewis Capaldi; Saturday headliners Snow Patrol and Pete Tong and the Heritage Orchestra presents Ibiza Classics conducted by Jules Buckley ft. Maxi Jazz of Faithless; and Sunday’s headliner Duran Duran, who will close the festival.
Sound good? We think so too.
Lionel said: “I was really excited to be playing at The Isle of Wight Festival this summer and like so many of us I was very sad that so many things have had to be delayed. Obviously everyone’s health and safety comes first.”
“I’m now looking forward to it even more and know we’ll all have such an incredible night of partying together.”
“It’s a festival steeped in music history – Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones have all headlined and I’m honoured to be joining the esteemed list! See you all next year!”
With this weekend marking what should have been the 2020 edition of the legendary festival, it’s a great time to snap up some tickets and give yourself something to look forward to.
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