The Isle of Wight Festival has added yet another string of musical delights to its ever-growing collection of artists.
Another Isle of Wight debut performance has been announced from BRIT Award nominee, the incredible Tom Odell who says: “When I was a bit younger, I used to climb up on the hill near to where I grew up and stare at the Isle of Wight. I remember knowing that a grand music festival was held on the island every year, and I dreamed at some point I would be there, playing. That day has come and I am thrilled.”
Having just secured her first number 1 album, Katy B is set to get the crowd moving as she performs at the Big Top. BRIT Award winner Rudimental with Ella Eyre has also been added to the bill along with a welcome return from Starsailor.
The Pretty Reckless, Anna Calvi, the iconic Boy George, rock & roll quartet The Struts, Alison Moyet, hot newcomers Amber Run, Inspiral Carpets and tribute band The Doors Alive have also been announced for this year’s festival.
The Isle of Wight Festival recently announced Kings of Leon as exclusive Sunday night headliners as well as Calvin Harris and Biffy Clyro for Friday and Red Hot Chilli Peppers for their only UK performance on Saturday night.
The line up is looking hugely exciting and in the words of festival promoter John Giddings: “It just gets better and better. We are honoured that these incredible artists are coming to our Festival to kick off the summer festival season in style.”
The festival takes place across the weekend of 12-15 June at Seaclose Park. The full line up and chance to secure your ticket and travel packages are available here.