Isle of Wight Festival
The amazing Isle of Wight Festival returns from 11 to 14 June 2015 with the legendary Fleetwood Mac headlining Sunday night. Festival tickets and ferry travel are on sale now. Please make sure you get hold of ferry tickets whilst stocks last!
IW Festival Quick Facts
Location: Seaclose Park, Newport Isle of Wight
Main arena: opens Friday 12 June 2015
Campsite: opens noon Thu 11 until noon Mon 15 June
Parking: available on site (cheaper if purchased in advance)
Campervan permits: see isleofwightfestival.com
Tickets: weekend camping & non-camping adult (18+), teen (13-17) & child (free for 12 & under) tickets available. There will be no day tickets in 2015.
Disabled tickets: please call 0800 988 44400800 988 4440
Packages: Tickets can be purchased with or without a Red Funnel ferry foot passenger ticket or vehicle booking although we have a fantastic limited offer in place.
Buy Official Isle of Wight Festival Tickets
Official Weekend Festival Tickets
Foot passenger ferry tickets & vehicle* ferry bookings
Isle of Wight Festival 2015 - Line up (so far)
The full 2015 line-up has yet to be announced but to whet your appetite here are some of the bands lined up for an incredible weekend: the unstoppable Fleetwood Mac, the Godfathers of rave The Prodigy, US blues-rock duo The Black Keys, Scotlands Paolo Nutini, US singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams, Punk rock icon Billy Idol, Irish rockers Kodaline, US rock band Counting Crows, Surrey pop-punkers You Me At Six, BRITs Critics' Choice winner James Bay, Sweden's First Aid Kit, Aussie newcomers Sheppard, the much acclaimed Jessie Ware, indie-glam rockers The Struts, the hotly tipped Jess Glynne, 80's legends Kool and the Gang, Irish singer-songwriter Imelda May, DJ God Paul Oakenfold, English indie quartet Courteeners, Californian songstress Suzanne Vega, Irish alt rockers Ash, singer-songwriter Foxes, Ian Broudie's The Lightning Seeds, The Corrs founder Sharon Corr, Geno Washington, Mercury prize nominees The View, the original UB40, Ian Anderson with the best of Jethro Tull and French psych-rock band Le Femme.
Groove Armada, Chicks on Speed, Coasts, Ruen Brothers, Pretty Vicious and Visconti & Woodmansey with Glenn Gregory are all confirmed to perform over the weekend, alongside a host of exciting acts who will play on The Garden Stage including James Walsh, Tim Arnold and Ben Montague.
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Travelling with Red Funnel to the Isle of Wight Festival...
Our home port of Southampton is the gateway to the Isle of Wight Festival with the official campsite and dedicated Red Funnel festival car park just a few minutes' drive from our East Cowes ferry terminal.
You are guaranteed a warm welcome when you travel with us and thanks to live entertainment, your festival starts the moment you arrive at the port. Our fares are not based on the number travelling in your car so why not pack the kitchen sink and split the costs with friends.
If you prefer to travel on foot, you can choose between our Hi-Speed Red Jet service to West Cowes (takes 25 mins at 37 knots with up to 3 departures an hour) or you can soak in the sea air and cruise to East Cowes onboard the largest ferries on the Solent (takes 55-60 mins with 1 sailing per hour).
Festival shuttle bus transfers operate from East and West Cowes to the festival campsite and unique to East Cowes, a River Shuttle service will wisk you along the river Medina to a special landing by the festival campsite - definitely the coolest way to arrive!
IoW Festival Links
IoW Festival News
- the legendary Fleetwood Mac to headline Sun 14 June
- British dance-rock pioneers The Prodigy and multi-platinum US rock duo The Black Keys will headline Friday night
- Scotland's singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini will entertain the main stage crowd on Sunday
- Punk rock icon Billy Idol is to headline the Big Top on Thursday night
- Red Funnel is providing additional ferry capacity for foot passengers travelling via Southampton in 2015.