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it was announced that music royalty, Queen would be headlining at Isle of Wight and now Seaclose Park is set to pay homage to a scene that inspired pretty much all of modern music. From Nirvana to The Prodigy, punk music has given way to a multitude of marvellous album and EPs and 2016 sees the scene turn 40. As part of Isle Of Wight’s tribute to the the anniversary of The Sex Pistols signing to EMI, The Ramones releasing their debut album and X Ray Spex and The Clash starting on their journey into the world of music, the genre’s leading acts are set to take to the stage over the weekend. With Iggy Pop, Adam Ant, The Damned and The Godfathers all in on the festivities, this won’t be one to stick your finger up at.

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Fri 9th – Sun 12th June 2015
The Isle of Wight Festival, Seaclose Park, Newport