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if a celebration of 40 years of punk and nabbing Queen as headliners wasn’t good enough, Isle of Wight have just announced the next waves of acts confirmed to get the ferry over this June. Cast, Reef, Turin Brakes, Alabama 3 and Sunset Sons are but a few extra names to have claimed a space onstage in Seaclose park this June, providing a mix of musicality experienced and fresh in proper Isle Of Wight tradition. With latest acts being announced as either ‘The Best Of Indie Past, Present & Future’ or ‘Feel The country, Blues & Soul’, the clever cloggs at IOW have managed a second waves of artists as universally appealing as chocolate.

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