LEWIS CAPALDI, LIONEL RICHIE AND KASABIAN ANNOUNCED FOR ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL 2022

Lewis Capaldi, Lionel Richie, Kasabian, Pete Tong and Muse will headline next year’s Isle of Wight Festival, it has been announced this morning (Monday).

Other acts set to descend on Seaclose Park next June include Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Blossoms, Rudimental, Tom Grennan, Shaggy, Craig David, Happy Mondays, UB40 ft Ali Campbell & Astro and The Proclaimers.

More acts are to be announced between now and next year’s event, which will take place between 16th-19th June 2022 – just 9 months after the delayed 2021 instalment.

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Tickets for the cinch presents the Isle of Wight Festival 2022 will go on sale from Friday (1st October) at https://www.thepriceiswight.co.uk/.  Early bird tickets were being sold last week.

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Bruce Ismay
Bruce Ismay
21 days ago

I’ll go when they start doing Christmas music.

Colin
Colin
Reply to  Bruce Ismay
21 days ago

I’ll go when there is something worth going for.

Micky
Micky
Reply to  Colin
21 days ago

Guess for you it is ONLY about the bands YOU want to see, guess the atmosphere, music all day and night and a good group of friends. Perhaps you have no friends?

Ting tong from tooting
Ting tong from tooting
Reply to  Colin
20 days ago

Like whom/what exactly ?
Elvis ? The queen ? The tarjmahal ?
Oh what a tough life you lead Colin.

toby
toby
Reply to  Colin
19 days ago

Reply when there is something worth replying with

Trueblue
Trueblue
21 days ago

Muse!!!!! Yes!!!!!! Glad I got the early birds

Arthur Reeder
Arthur Reeder
21 days ago

Will the proclaimers be walking the 500 miles do we think?

Darren
Darren
Reply to  Arthur Reeder
18 days ago

Hopefully they don’t make it!

Arthur Sausage
Arthur Sausage
21 days ago

How exciting ‘not’ boring!

Pete Sandown
Pete Sandown
21 days ago

Same old!!!! Maybe one day there might be headliners for all 3 days who havnt played IOW before!!

Ting tong from tooting
Ting tong from tooting
Reply to  Pete Sandown
20 days ago

Who do you suggest ? Don’t want much do you ? What about Derick Sandy, or the Beatles.

Uncle Ben
Uncle Ben
21 days ago

After all these years our island can still host a music festival. Whatever type of music is on let’s embrace it, it’s only beneficial to our economy. Yes it’s affects my daily commute, so what!!!. For the greater good ? .

Trueblue
Trueblue
Reply to  Uncle Ben
20 days ago

Absolutely right! We’re lucky to have it – embrace it!!

Ting tong from tooting
Ting tong from tooting
Reply to  Trueblue
20 days ago

People on the island just moan about everything and nothing. It is in there psyche, and the worst culprits I seem to come across are all the overners who move here to retire.
To have an international music festival on our doorstep should be celebrated. The few spoil it for the many. It’s all about them and there spoilt, selfish ways.

Darren
Darren
18 days ago

What a load on nonsense. The festival just gets worse every year. They charge top money and deliver second rate music.

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