The Kashmir Cafe line-up has been revealed for the Isle of Wight Festival, which happens atSeaclose Park, Newport from Thursday 8th until Sunday 11th June 2017.
Leading the names are those (not very) teenage dirtbags Wheatus as special guests, along with Plastic Mermaids, The Ohmz vs Bigtopp, Wille and The Bandits, Tankus the Henge, Bare Jams, Signals., Bullybones, Rusty Shackle, Weatherkings, Xockha, Thebaronstrange, Confedfred, The Damien Paul Band, Nakamarra, Polar Maps, Nigel Thomas, Doug Alldred and The Silver Lining, The Dance Preachers, Uhuru, The Sail Pattern, Josh Renton and The Wildfires, Polly and The Worm, Reg Against the Machine, Bridges, Angelina, Claydon Connor, Reminders, Avocado Sunrise, The Dinnerjazz Revolutionaries, Lauran Hibberd, Church and Ivory, l., Russell Joslin feat. Sarah Mccaig, Mark Lotterman, Red Sqwrl, Laminate Everything, Fugitive Orchestra, Spike Oatley, Lewis Shepperd, Charlie O'Riain, The Medina Ukulele Orchestra, Butterfly Culture, and Something About Mondays.
Kashmir stage curator Doug Alldred said, "Everyone who comes and volunteers at Kashmir Café works incredibly hard to make the stage the success it is, and we’re hugely grateful to John Giddings and the Isle of Wight Festival for supporting us. This year we’ve really pushed the boat out on our lineup with Island based talent like Plastic Mermaids, festival favourites Wille & The Bandits and Tankus the Henge, and of course the biggest band we’ve ever squeezed onto our stage the amazing Wheatus! We’re really looking forward to the festival, and continuing to support Quay Arts’ provision of arts and culture on the Island!"
The Isle of Wight Festival has headliners of David Guetta, Arcade Fire, and Rod Stewart, plus Kaiser Chiefs, Bastille, Texas, Jack Savoretti, Example & DJ Wire, and many more. Please see the line-up page for all the names announced so far and the day splits.
Tickets are priced at £195 with camping, a student ticket is priced at £186.90, and a teen (aged 13-17 years) ticket is priced at £155. Children aged 12 and under can attend free of charge, and a campervan ticket is priced at £195. Day tickets are priced at £60 for Friday, and £80 for Saturday or Sunday.
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