May 20, 2013
The Isle Of Wight Festival these days hardly needs any extra advance promotion, given its association in the public consciousness with the original three events of the same name and the pedigree established over the 11 years since its revival by the Solo Music Agency. This year’s festival takes place from 13 to 16 June and at time of writing major acts such as The Stone Roses, Bon Jovi, The Killers and The Boomtown Rats have been confirmed along with smaller ones such as Kodaline, Imagine Dragons, Rizzle Kicks and Imperial Teen.
A weekend’s adult camping comes in at £185 but you can view the whole range of ticketing options by clicking on the festival name at the start of this article.
John Giddings of the organising team took time out from his packed schedule to answer a few questions we sent his way:- … Continue Reading