The Isle of Wight Festival has teamed up for the second year with Variety, the Children’s Charity to host a brilliant night of music at the amazing Koko, London.
To mark 45th anniversary of legendary musician's last ever UK show we staged a world record attempt.
Hosted by Edith Bowman & Danny Wallace, two 3hr highlight shows are on Sky Arts this weekend.
Winner of our 2015 music writers competition in association with Clash Magazine, Shannon Cotton, has now submitted her review of the weekend. Great work Shannon!
45 years on from Hendrix playing the 1970 festival, which successfully re-launched in 2002, we're set to celebrate this special moment in our history - as well as the island’s history - by inviting festival goers to take part in a world record attempt.
We're excited to announce our partnership with Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens at this year’s Festival – the first ever Slide and Ride.
With less than two weeks to go until we open our gates to the public, festival bosses announce today that this year’s festival will be a celebration of the 45th anniversary since Jimi Hendrix made his last ever UK performance at the festival in 1970.
The recipients of our brand new local charity initiative, which was launched in February, have now been announced.
In what is a ‘first’ for the first major festival of the summer, The Isle of Wight Festival today announces details of six incredible YouTube artists who will perform exclusive live sets over the weekend.
In celebration of their 40th Birthday, music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins have teamed up with acclaimed street artist Pure Evil and the legendary Isle of Wight Festival to launch an exciting new music and art initiative to raise vital funds for the charity.
Now that you have your ticket, it's time to start thinking about some little extras to make your weekend extra special.
Well, we've had a busy few days here at Isle of Wight Festival HQ! Last week we hosted a very special Dragon Boat Race on St George's Day to launch our partnership with WellChild, the national charity for sick children.
ITV’s Good Morning Britain have now opened the nominations for their Good Morning Britain Young Hero Award, which will be presented at the 2015 WellChild Awards taking place later this year.