Isle of Wight Festival 2017

The summer is closer than you realize and the people of the Isle of Wight are getting ready for their annual festival where dozens of musicians gather to rock the island from the ground during 3 nights of incendiary concerts. This year, the festival will take place on 8-11 June and big names are awaited to enchant the attendants. This festival was first organized in 1968 but after 1970 it took a very long break until 2002 when it became a regular for the Isle of Wight.

In fact, it’s regarded as one of the biggest European music festivals featuring impressive line-ups every year. In the past editions, big names like Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Fleetwood Mac and Faithless performed on the stage of Wight. Last year Iggy Pop and Queen & Adam Lambert put up an amazing show for those who appreciate good music.

2017 Line-up

Let’s start with the most popular artists that will take a few hours of their time to sing on Isle of Wight in June this year: David Guetta, Run DMC, Arcade Fire, Rod Stewart, Bastille, George Ezra etc.

Who else is going to perform? The list is long but here are the most important names: Kaiser Chiefs, Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, The Pretenders, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Example + DJ Wire, The Kooks, Clean Bandit, Imelda May, Razorlight etc.


Tickets are already available for purchase. You can buy them on the official website of the festival or on partner websites such as face-value-tickets, festicket, and ticketmaster among others. How much do they cost? The early bird tickets are already sold out so you are left with the regular ones. The price varies depending on which category you are in:
Adult Weekend Ticket – €223.86
Student Weekend Ticket €200.90
Teen Weekend Ticket €166.46
Friday Ticket €68.88
Saturday Ticket €91.84
Sunday Ticket €17.22

The weekend headliners are David Guetta, Run DMC, Arcade Fire and Rod Stewart. The Friday tickets allows you to see Guetta, Run DMC and Kaiser Chiefs among others. On Saturday, the main artists are Arcade Fire and Catfish & the Bottlemen while Sunday is the day of Rod Stewart, Bastille and George Ezra.

If you will drive to the concert, you also have to pay the weekend parking ticket that costs €17.22, being valid for the entire duration of the festival.