Mr Hudson, Hockey, and Crowded House for Isle of Wight Festival

three more main stage additions

published: Thu 14th Jan 2010

Mr Hudson

Friday 11th to Sunday 13th June 2010
Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 2DN, England MAP
£130 adult weekend no camping, £65 for a child ticket (7-12 years)
daily capacity: 60000
last updated: Tue 15th Jun 2010

Mr Hudson, Hockey, and Crowded House are the latest acts to be confirmed for this summer's Isle of Wight Festival, which happens from Friday 11th until Sunday 13th June 2010 at Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle of Wight.

Mr Hudson
The three acts are all added to the main stage line-up, with R&B star Mr Hudson and new wave Oregon band Hockey performing on Friday 11th of June, whilst Crowded House will bring the weather with them on Saturday 12th of June.

They join a line-up which has headliners Jay-Z, The Strokes, along with Pink, Calvin Harris, Orbital, James, Squeeze, Doves, Calvin Harris, Vampire Weekend, Friendly Fires, Spandau Ballet, Ocean Colour Scene, Paloma Faith, The Saturdays, Shakespears Sister, And Daisy Dares You. For the line-up details, day and stage splits as available please click here.

Tickets are priced at £150 for adult camping which includes entertainment in the campsite on Thursday night, and £75 for a child ticket (aged 7 to 12 years). The price of an adult ticket without camping is £130 and £65 for children (aged 7 to 12 years). All children 6 years old and under on 11th June 2010 can go for free but must still have a ticket. A campervan permit is £250 (all occupiers must also have a valid Camping ticket).

To buy tickets, click here.


Friday 11th to Sunday 13th June 2010
Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 2DN, England MAP
£130 adult weekend no camping, £65 for a child ticket (7-12 years)
daily capacity: 60000
last updated: Tue 15th Jun 2010


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