Jack Daniel's and clubnight This Feeling are to host a new stage at this year's Isle of Wight Festival which takes place at Newport's Seaclose Park from Thursday 11th until Sunday 14th June 2015 called the 'Jack Rocks' stage .
The line-up will include Dave McCabe & The Ramifications, Black Rivers, Kid Wave, Little Barrie, Eugene McGuinness, Findlay, Man Made, Young Kato, Dexters, Storms, Hyena, The Serpent Power, Sugarmen, The Sundowners, The Slow Readers Club, Man & The Echo, and Hidden Charms. Further acts are to be announced later this month.
John Giddings, Isle of Wight Festival Promoter commented, "I’m really excited to welcome This Feeling, one of Britain’s most dedicated champions of new music and Jack Daniel’s, a drink synonymous with rock ‘n’ roll, to The Isle of Wight Festival this year. It’s great to see them joining forces and their stage promises to be a fun place to hang out no matter what time of day it is; expect one or two surprises over the weekend too."
Saturday's headlining act is Blur, Sunday headliners Fleetwood Mac, both The Prodigy, and The Black Keys are Friday's two headlining acts, and joining them on the bill will be Paolo Nutini, Pharrell Williams, Groove Armada (DJ set), Chicks on Speed, Coasts, Ruen Brothers, Pretty Vicious, Visconti & Woodmansey with Glenn Gregory performing 'The Man Who Sold The World', Ben Montague, Billy Idol, James, Imelda May, Paul Oakenfold, Kodaline, Counting Crows, James Bay, You Me At Six, First Aid Kit, Courteeners, Suzanne Vega, Ash, Foxes, Sharon Corr, Lightning Seeds, Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band, The View, Ali Campbell, Ian Anderson plays the best of Jethro Tull, Pronghorn, James Walsh, Kool & the Gang, and more.
To see who is playing when see the Isle of Wight Music Festival line-up page.
Tickets are priced at £195 with camping, a teen (aged 13-17 years) ticket is priced at £145, a studen ticket is priced at £180. Children aged 12 and under can attend free of charge.
Tickets without camping are priced at £185. A car park pass is priced at £15, and a campervan ticket is priced at £120.
Prices do not include booking fees.
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