Eklectica Festival, which will light up Isle of Wight’s Robin Hill Country Park from 7th-9th September, is encouraging everyone to dig out their brightest clothing, get creative with neon paint and experiment with colour this year.
As darkness falls over Eklectica, that’s when the theme will really come alive, as glowing crowds of colour will guide the way to the Neon Jungle.
Situated in the hedonistic area of Eklectica, the Neon Jungle is where everyone can embrace the tropical rave vibe. The Disco Shed will be open all hours playing the best party anthems as well as top DJ sets and the African marquee adopts the neon theme too. Decorated with colourful UV paint, the marquee is where people can go to glow themselves up, enjoy the Neon Jungle cocktail bar and rave until the sun rises again.
Rob Holgate is the Event Director for Eklectica and said:
“We really wanted to come back with a bang this year and deliver a weekend that people will remember forever. And, people always remember a theme! Robin Hill Country Park is a magical place, day and night, but when contrasted with glowing festivalgoers and great music, it really comes into its own.”
Tickets for Eklectica are available from £25 and include day, weekend and weekend camping tickets. With easy access from Southampton and Portsmouth, those that book their tickets through the Eklectica website can now claim 25% discounted ferry travel with Red Funnel ferries and 20% discounted ferry travel with Wightlink ferries.
For more information about Eklectica and to book tickets visit www.eklectica.live.