With the UK set to host a number of music festivals post-pandemic, Isle of Wight Fest joins the ranks as it announces the lineup for their 2021 edition. The organizers have confirmed the event to take place at Seaclose Park, Newport for 16-19 September. The festival released a statement earlier this month (March 2) promising a “stellar line-up over the festival weekend” and they have not let the fans down as they reveal David Guetta among the headliners with Liam Gallagher, Snow Patrol, and Duran Duran.
The festival line-up consists of a wide range of electronic talent with Sam Feldt taking to the stage on Saturday. The Dutch tropical house pioneer is also joined by the legendary English musician Example for the same day. Another name that stands out is Becky Hill, the renowned singer most notably known for her mega-hit ‘Gecko’ with Oliver Heldens, who will perform on Friday. DJ Mag’s #1 DJ in the world, the French powerhouse producer David Guetta will take to the mainstage on Saturday, to round up an exciting bill of performers for the event.
The organizers have said that all existing tickets remain valid for September 2021, so if you purchased Isle of Wight tickets in 2020, your tickets will be valid for this year’s edition. You also have the option to apply for a refund.
Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased here or through official ticket vendors such as Ticketmaster. An adult weekend pass can be bought for £185, and individual day tickets are available for £70.
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