Friendly vibe, energetic atmosphere, outstanding surroundings and a festive mood seen on everyone’s face, the Isle of Wight Festival is a popular music festival held every year on the Isle of Wight, England. The festival is steeped in history and showcases various works of many legendary artists. To control and prevent huge flow of people to the event, the Parliament of England passed an act known as the Isle of Wight Act to limit the total gatherings up to 5,000.
The three-day festival falls on 11th and continues till 14th June, 2015.
Price List & Ticket Types:
- Students: Buy a Student ticket at 180 if you hold an ISIC or NUS card. The card must be valid and needs to be produced at the Festival Box Office upon your arrival. Students between 16-17 years can go for a Teen ticket and get a good discount. A student ticket is valid for camping.
- Teens: The cost of Teen ticket is 145. To obtain a Teen ticket, you need to be between 13 & 17 years and be accompanied by an elderly person. Make sure you have proof of age. Teens can go camping as well.
- Children: Children under 12 are free to enter and enjoy the festival. Children must be accompanies by their parents. Parents are advised to bring proof of age of their kids.
- Camping: To camp at the festival, you need to buy a camping ticket that costs 195. The campsite is filled with food concessions, bars and showers. You will be endowed with unlimited entry throughout the weekend and make the most out of the festival. You have to leave the festival by 2 pm on Monday.
- Non-camping: It costs you 185. You get innumerable entry to the festival throughout the weekend. The only thing that you cannot do is camping (your ticket does not permit this).