More acts have been revealed for the Isle of Wight Festival, which returns to Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle of Wight from Thursday 21st until Sunday 24th June 2018.
The Cirque de la Quirk line-up comes with full day splits, and is as follows:
Thursday:- The Showhawk Duo, Solstice Sunset Celebration, Gramski, Basement83 & Born Ina Barn, and Dmtree & The Dr Show
Friday:- Orphic, Slamboree Soundsystem, Madame Electrifie, Bad Mutha Funka, Miss Bridget Walsh, The Lounge Kittens, Maxi Rai, Psycho-acoustic Goat, and Company B.
Saturday:- Phibes, Ed Solo, Serial Killaz, Chris Munky, Voodoo Lynch Mob, Cirque Dance Off, Lazy Habits Sound System, Gramski & The Blaggarats, Bare Jams, Hallouminati, Kings Of Vocalz, and Dmtree & The Dr Breakfast Show.
Sunday:- The Correspondents (pictured above), Rumpsteppers, Tankus the Henge, Dutty Moonshine Dj Set, The Allergies, Donjohnston, Gorgeous George, The Hat Club, Punch The Sky, and Dmtree & The Dr Breakfast Show.
Announced for the Kashmir Cafe are headliners:- Cut Capers, 3 Daft Monkeys, Noble Jacks, Ska'd for Life, playing Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday respectively. Also playing on the stage will be:- 77:78, Annabelle Spencer, Avocado Sunrise, Bobby I Can Fly, Bruch, Bullybones, Cara Goodrem, Charlie O'Riain, Clippa Sound, Curxes, Doug Alldred and The Silver Lining, Goo Lagoon, Hush Silent Disco Company, Jazz Morley, Jeph, Jo-Jo O' & The Woods with Confed. Fred, l., Lewis Shepperd, Mad King Ludwig And The Mojo Co., Nakamarra, Nigel Thomas, Polly and The Worm, Red Sqwrl, Reminders, REWS, Rusty Shackle, Sexy Pretty Things, Slick Minded Individuals, Slombers Woke, Spike Oatley, Submariner, Swan Levitt, Temple Time Machine, The Baron Strange, The Dance Preachers, The Medina Ukulele Orchestra, The Ohmz, Tuba Libres, Uhuru, and Weatherkings.
They join the acts previously announced, including headliners are Depeche Mode (Saturday), The Killers (Sunday), Kasabian (Friday), and Liam Gallagher (Saturday), plus Van Morrison, Blossoms, The Script, James Bay, Manic Street Preachers, Chase & Status, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Hacienda Classical, Rita Ora, Jessie J, Kodaline, Soul II Soul, Feeder, Circa Waves, Sheryl Crow, Tom Grennan, Walking on Cars, The Skids, Louise, Tokio Myers, and more. For the details including day splits where available please see the line-up page.
Tickets cost £209 (with or without camping), £175 for students, £150 for teens, and under-12s free. Day tickets are £65 for Friday, and £75 for Saturday or Sunday.
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