While some organizations have continued thriving amid the current crisis, 2020 has been like a rollercoaster for many businesses and event organizers. Recently, Facebook acquired Giphy to continue spreading its wings, though events like the Isle of Wight Festival that had to be pushed to next year.
The Isle of Wight Festival 2021 will happen from June 17th to 20th at the Seaclose Park in Newport after the cancelation of the 2020 edition. However, the 2021 event will be something special. Here is what you can expect the Isle of Wight festival to offer next year.
Lineup rumours for Isle of Wight Festival 2021
The lineup for the isle of festivals 2021 was announced a year in advance. The reason behind this is that it is similar to the planned 2020 edition. There might be other additions later, but the list
looks full already. In 2007 the Rolling Stones were added to the lineup then, so it will not be a surprise if the same thing happens this year.
2021 list will be the same as the 2020 lineup. According to some of the fans of Isle of Wight, they feel excited that the lineup looks good. Now there is a feeling that the event was not canceled but instead postponed.
Unfortunately, Black eye peas and Chemical brothers have gone. The good news is that few names were added, and perhaps more names will be added later. Now the biggest shocker is that Jess Glyne will be playing at the Isle of Wight 2021. That is after John Giddings said that she would never be booked to play the Isle of Wight again.
One of the artists who will be playing at the Isle of Wight is Lionel Richie. He said that he was excited to be playing at the Isle of Wight this summer. Like many others, he was saddened by the way things have delayed this year. According to him, the health of people should come first. He is looking forward to having a great night of partying together.
Other artists available for the Isle of Wight festival include Snow Patrol, Duran, Lewis Capaldi, Pete Tong, and many more.
Away from the main stage, the big top, the dance tent, bandstand, life's a beach stage, and a small café stage offering unsigned acts, and local bands will be entertaining the people present.
For the people who will be looking for a way to be present for the event, the ferries option will be available. For further details about the same, see the red funnel or Wight Link.
The arena will be open from 2 pm until midnight on Friday, from 11 am until midnight o nSaturday, and 11 am on Sunday until 11 pm. Bottles or cans will not be allowed in the arena.
In the kid zone, it will feature a variety of events, performances, and art, and crafts throughout the three days. Some also to be expected in the kid's zone os the rainbow stage, which will feature performances from a variety of storytellers, magicians, musicians, circus acts, and a puppet theatre.