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Isle of Wight Festival


The Isle of Wight festival 2011 tickets are now on sale, the organisers have announced that the Kings of Leon foo Fighters and Pulp will be amongst the headliner for the festvai next year.


The original Isle of Wight Festival, first held in 1968 through 1970, was a pioneer of the day. The infamous 1970 festival attracted some 600,000 people and at the time was said to be one of the largest human gatherings in the world. Add to this the awesome line up of The Doors, The Who, Jimi Hendrix and Joni Mitchell amongst many other greats, it is now one of the most historic and legendary of all time. But it was not to last and in 1971 Parliament passed the Isle of Wight Act, prohibiting gatherings of more than 5,000 people on the island. The festival was revived in 2002 on a different site, just outside Newport. Although it is no longer a byword for the creative and hippie freedom that it once represented, it nonetheless continues to attract some of the biggest names in Rock and Pop. Recent headliners include The Rolling Stones, REM, The Foo Fighters and Coldplay. In 2008 a second stage was added as a permanent fixture meaning more bands to choose from. Capacity has steadily grown from 8,000 to some 55,000, making it one of the biggest festivals on the UK music festival calender.


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Local Isle of Wight Festival Tickets & Tour Dates 2015/2016

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International Isle of Wight Festival Tickets & Tour Dates 2015/2016

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