Isle of Wight Festival
Following the Isle of Wight Festival's Golden Jubilee edition, last year. IOW 2019 looks set to be better than ever in 2019 with a killer line-up and a "summer of '69" theme. Still firmly one of our favourite's here at Festival Paradise, this festival boasts a heritage firmly rooted in the beginnings of music festival history. Founded in 1968, it is Europe's equivalent to Woodstock. 1970 saw legends Jimi Handrix, The Doors and The Who headline. And the big names have been coming to IOW ever since!
If this isn't enough to tempt you then think about the fact that this festival is a true getaway. What other festival offers you that holiday experience of arriving by ferry?! The Isle of Wight also enjoys a warm climate and you're more likely to enjoy some sunshine here!
The main arena has many different stages and tents, offering music and entertainment for all tastes. The main stage has hosted some true music legends over the years including The Doors, Rolling Stones and David Bowie.
With plenty of added extras such as Bathing Under the Sky wood-fired hot tubs, a popular children's arena and a huge range of clamping options, this festival is ideal for harden festival go-ers and those in search of a more refined experience, alike.