Isle of Wight Festival
Isle of Wight Festival artwork is steeped in history and features in this new initiative to raise money for the Waterside Community Trust.
Some of the biggest names in rock and pop will once again be appearing on The Isle of Wight during 2013, with visitors being encouraged to book early for some of the major festivals to avoid disappointment.
With Stone Roses, Killers and Bon Jovi booked as headliners for the 2013 edition of the IW Festival, the spotlight now falls on the support acts.
‘The Bandstand’ is back at the Isle of Wight Festival and once again will be run and programmed by Platform One College of Music. Platform One has been involved with the Festival since its rebirth in 2002 and specialises in the delivery of commercial music education on the Isle of Wight.
Conceived in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2001 The Killers will headline the 2013 IW Festival on Saturday evening (15th June).
Rock veterans Bon Jovi will close the 2013 Isle of Wight Festival when they headline Sunday night at Seaclose Park. It will be their first appearance on the Island.
Now reformed the Stone Roses will make their Isle of Wight Festival debut when they headline the Friday night (14th June 2013). It will be their only UK Festival appearance in2013.
With the start of Bestival marking the end of another long UK festival season, new research examines which major UK and European music events offer the most value for money – with the Isle of Wight named the Britain’s best value location.