Isle of Wight Festival 2019

Isle of Wight Festival 2019

13-16 June 2019

The iconic Isle of Wight Festival is a must-go event on any music lover’s calendar.

Taking place at Seaclose Park, just outside of Newport, the legendary event brings together some of the biggest names in world music for one weekend – Thursday, 13 to Sunday, 16 June 2019. Festival tickets are available to purchase now from the official festival website.

As always, a bumper line up is in store for you, including headliners Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, George Ezra, Biffy Clyro and Fatboy Slim.

And getting there is easy. We’ve both foot passenger and car ferry deals, meaning you can get to the Island for as little as £10 day return – see below for more details.

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Isle of Wight Festival ferry offers

Save money getting to and from IOW Festival 2019 by making the most of one of our special travel offers. You can get £50 car day returns on Friday, 14 June, Saturday, 15 June and Sunday, 16 June 2019, valid for bookings made before 10 June 2019. Book using the button below.

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If you’re travelling by foot, we’ve got day return and short stay deals, shown in the table below. These are valid on bookings made by 1 June 2019.

 

Foot Passengers Day Return Short Stay Return
Adult £10.00 £16.00
Child £5.00 £8.00
Student £9.00 £13.00
Senior £8.00 £12.00
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Isle of Wight Festival 2019 £50 day return offer Terms & Conditions
  1. This is a time limited promotional offer which can only be booked online and is non-refundable.
  2. Fares are valid for bookings made between 1 May 2019 and 10 June 2019 or until limit has been reached.
  3. Day Return travel must be taken on Friday, 14 June, Saturday, 15 June and Sunday, 16 June, returning up to 02:00 the following day.
  4. Bookings are only valid from the Mainland to the Island (Isle of Wight).
  5. Vehicles include Low Vehicles (up to 5.00m long and up to 2.24m high) with a driver and up to 6 (six) passengers.
  6. Discounts apply to new bookings only, no refunds will be given in retrospect.
  7. We reserve the right to modify or cancel the offers at any time.
  8. Tesco Clubcard Boost tokens will not be accepted as part or full payment of tickets.
  9. Wightlink General Conditions for provision of Ferry Services apply and can be found at www.wightlink.co.uk/terms.

Isle of Wight Festival 2019 foot passenger offer Terms & Conditions

  1. This is a time limited promotional offer which can only be booked online and is non-refundable.
  2. Foot passenger fares are valid until 1 June 2019.
  3. Bookings are only valid from the Mainland to the Island (Isle of Wight) for travel between 13 and 17 June.
  4. Discounts apply to new bookings only, no refunds will be given in retrospect.
  5. We reserve the right to modify or cancel the offers at any time.
  6. Tesco Clubcard Boost tokens will not be accepted as part or full payment of tickets.
  7. Wightlink General Conditions for provision of Ferry Services apply and can be found at www.wightlink.co.uk/terms.


Travelling to the IOW Festival by foot

If you’re travelling by train or coach from anywhere in the country, just head for Portsmouth Harbour station, hop off the coach or train and it’s just a few steps to our FastCat Terminal, from where we’ll whisk you over to Ryde in around 20 minutes.

Of course, foot passengers are welcome to use our Lymington and Portsmouth car ferry services, too. So just choose the route that’s best for you and book right now.

Getting to the Isle of Wight Festival site

There are bus stations close to Yarmouth and Ryde Pier Head Terminals and a good service runs to the Festival site

In Yarmouth the bus station is on Bridge Road, a five minute stroll from the Terminal. In Ryde, buses run from the Esplanade – reached by either walking down the pier, or taking a short train ride.

The nearest bus stop to Fishbourne Car Ferry Terminal is at the end of Fishbourne Lane 10/15 minutes’ walk away. Dedicated buses to the Festival site run regularly from here.

There are taxi ranks at Yarmouth and Ryde Esplanade.

Travelling to the IOW Festival by car

Bringing your own wheels? Our Portsmouth Car Ferry Terminal is easily accessed from the UK motorway network and our comfortable ferry will get you across to Fishbourne in just 45 minutes.

If you’re coming from the West, you may find our Lymington to Yarmouth car ferry suits you better. Once again, it’s easy to get to and because it’s the fastest car ferry crossing to the Island, you’ll be at the Festival site in no time.

Getting to the Isle of Wight Festival site

Once you’ve disembarked the ferry, just follow the signs to the Festival car park from the Ferry Terminals. It’s that easy!

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Isle of Wight Festival line up

The first release of acts for IOW 2019 has been announced and, as always, we’re in for a spectacular treat! The headliners are made up of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, George Ezra, Biffy Clyro and Fatboy Slim while the likes of Lily Allen, The Courteeners, Bastille and Rick Astley make up an inspiring line up.

isle of wight festival line up poster



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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Lily Allen
James
Gerry Cinnamon
DMA’s
Wild Front
Hacienda Classical
Jax Jones
Sigala
Freya Ridings
Dean Lewis


George Ezra
Fatboy Slim
Bastille
Anne-Marie
Rick Astley
KT Tunstall
The Marcus King Band
Garbage
Cage the Elephant
Miles Kane
Sam Fender
Picture This


Biffy Clyro
Jess Glynne
Madness
Sigrid
Tom Walker
Richard Ashcroft
Bjorn Again
Keane
Dermot Kennedy
The Coral
Idles
Mystery Jets
Ward Thomas
Feet

About IOW Festival 2019

The IOW Festival is a world-famous, multi-award winning festival that regularly draws tens of thousands of revellers. It’s been named “Best Major Festival”, “Best Family Festival”, and “Best Event”, while acts often receive plaudits and awards for their performances.

The fantastic reputation and legacy of the Isle of Wight Festival ensures that it’s able to draw the best and most iconic acts each year from all over the globe. Last year, around 72,000 people flocked to Seaclose Park and in 2019 the Island will yet again be welcoming a number of fantastic acts.

Getting to the festival is made simple by a short ferry ride from the mainland with Wightlink. Once on the Island, the event is well signposted for drivers, while coach companies like Big Green Coach and Southern Vectis offer direct port-to-Festival transport.

The Island opens its doors and provides accommodation of all kinds to suit every taste and budget. For those who want to stay close to the action, the Isle of Wight Festival itself offers plenty of camping options, ranging from the traditional ‘pitch-your-own-tent’ to boutique glamping. Meanwhile, nearby towns and villages have a great selection of B&Bs and hotels if you value a good night’s sleep.

In 2019, the Isle of Wight Festival will be going all out to make it more memorable than ever. Beyond the main stage, there will be a number of alternative areas offering varied entertainment – from a dedicated ‘Kidzone’ for youngsters, to the rather more adult ‘Cirque du Quirk’. So, if you want to give your ears a bit of a break, but don’t want the fun to stop, the IOW festival has you covered.

History of the IOW Festival

The Isle of Wight Festival was the first and best festival of the counter-cultural rock’n’roll revolution. It began with a number of events between 1968 and 1970, leading to the IOW Festival being hailed as the British Woodstock.

Line ups in 1970 included Jimi Hendrix (a life-sized statue of whom can be found at Dimbola Lodge overlooking Freshwater Bay), The Who, Joni Mitchell, The Doors, Leonard Cohen, Supertramp, Procul Harum, and many more. Over 600,000 people attended for what was Jimi Hendrix’s last public performance in the UK.

However, with the Island ground to a halt by a rock’n’roll invasion, it was too much to bear for many, including those in authority.

The festival ceased after 1970 after the introduction of the Isle of Wight County Act, preventing overnight open-air assemblies of more than 5,000 people taking place without certain conditions being met to the approval of the local authority.

That was until 2002, when it was brought back – and it is now run by music producer John Giddings. The revamped event has been a major success, hosting acts such as The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, The Who, Amy Winehouse, Coldplay, Kings Of Leon, Kasabian, Pearl Jam, The Sex Pistols, Blondie, Biffy Clyro and Rod Stewart, among others.

This year promises to uphold the historical tradition of great performances, great atmosphere, and promoting musical excellence. With some of the best acts around and an atmosphere second to none, book now to become part of the history.

Isle of Wight Festival tickets

Tickets for IOW Festival are already on sale, with weekend, student and child tickets all available to purchase. Weekend Festival tickets will cover both entry to the site and your camping throughout the entire weekend. Day tickets allow access to the Festival on any chosen day but do no permit camping.

If you’re taking a campervan, you’ll need to book your weekend ticket as usual as well as a separate Campervan pass to park your vehicle.

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