The much-loved Isle of Wight Festival has announced the addition of yet more exciting musical gems to the already bursting line up. Joining the epic bill for 2013 and performing across the legendary weekend are Rizzle Kicks, Everything Everything, Bastille, Delilah, Damian Lazarus, Zane Lowe, Tim Burgess, T’Pau and Little Mix. For your chance to be at the first major Festival of the season head to www.isleofwightfestival.com NOW for tickets!
Headlining the Big Top on Friday 14th June is duo Rizzle Kicks, who are sure to raise the roof and get the weekend started with the their mixture of pop and hip hop. Also, performing on Friday is British singer songwriter Delilah, as well as 80’s favourite T’Pau, who return to the Festival for the first time in over a decade. Taking to the decks in the Big Top on Saturday 15th June will be innovative DJ and an ambassador of cutting edge music, Zane Lowe. Plus, X Factor winners Little Mix one of the most thrilling prospects in chart music today.
Little Mix, said: “We are SO excited to be doing the Isle of Wight Festival this year. We've always wanted to go and now we get to go AND perform!… Amazing!"
Over on the Main Stage on Friday 14th June witness Manchester foursome Everything Everything do their thing. On Saturday 15th June it’s the turn of singer songwriter Bastille who brings a show to this year’s Isle of Wight Festival, incorporating aspects of the different genres and styles he loves; Hip hop, indie, pop and folk.
Turning up the heat with a headline set in the Dance Tent on Sunday 16th June is DJ & producer extraordinaire Damian Lazarus. Known for his experimental and eclectic tastes, he draws influences and inspirations from all corners of the musical spectrum, a believer in giving people something exciting, unusual and idiosyncratic. Be there to witness what he has in store for the crowd when he brings his groundbreaking live set to the Isle of Wight Festival this summer. Expect a journey…
Finally, check out a special performance from The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess on Saturday 15thand Sunday 16th June under the roof of The Cabaret Club. Not only will he bring the music to the Isle of Wight Festival but also his Tim Peaks Diner, serving festivalgoers a selection of fair trade products.
Tim Burgess, says: “We're really looking forward to keeping festivalgoers perky and topped up with Tim Peaks coffee. There'll be DJ sets, live performances & all sorts of grooviness & goodness going on - milk and sugar's on the side over there.”
John Giddings, the Festival’s promoter, says: “Now that the line-up is complete I am really excited for this year’s Festival. We have something for everyone! Look out for some more announcements soon about some great entertainment we are introducing across the Festival site.”
This year’s Isle of Wight Festival 2013 is shaping up to be one of the biggest events on the calendar. Over one spectacular weekend, there’s something for everyone, with headline performances from The Stone Roses (UK Festival exclusive), The Killers and Bon Jovi. The iconic Festival will also feature UK Festival exclusive from performances from Paul Weller and The Boomtown Rats. Plus, witness the likes of Emeli Sandé, Ke$ha, Jake Bugg, The Script, Bloc Party, Paloma Faith, The Maccabees, Devlin, Ellie Goulding, Ben Howard, Blondie and many more take to the stages. And, new for 2013, the explosive Dance Line Up.
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