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vdubislandElectro Love 80s’ alongside Level 42’s Mark King have been announced as the final headliners for V-Dubisland 2015, which takes place at South Fairlee Farm in Newport between 23rd-27th July.

After recently taking revellers back to the 80’s at this year’s Isle of Wight Festival, Electro Love 80’s are bringing the party to V-Dubisland with the legendary Mark King on the Saturday of the event.

Mark King, famous for being the lead singer and bassist for Level 42, will be doing a special DJ set & live bass to add to the Electro Love takeover for V-Dubisland festival goers, transporting them back in time (flux capacitor not required).

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Electrolove80sAlso lined up for Electro Love is resident DJ’s Jakey Chan and Extreme Vertigo who will be storming the main stage Friday & Saturday for the greatest retro event with electro Love’s  signature UV & bubble parties with Amazebubbles

Other headliners announced for V-Dubisland are Wight Floyd on the Thursday night and the mighty Dub Pistols headlining Sunday night whilst not forgetting the V-Dub all-stars to close the event.

With a new location in the heart of the Isle of Wight which is an idyllic spot to host V-Dubisland 2015, flat terrain perfect for camping, River views and local amenities on hand, the 2015 event welcomes back the pre show pop up campsite ‘Carry on camping’, which will be ready and waiting to receive campers before the great event from 19th-22nd July 2015 for just £25pp for up to 4 nights and children are free.

There will be exclusive use of the onsite shop, showers, plenty of toilets and campsite bar with entertainments so you can settle in, relax and are more than welcome to leave site and explore what the island has to offer.

V-Dubisland 2015 ticks all the boxes, discounted travel, pre show camping and the event itself with family entertainments and masses of VW fun.

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