Isle of wight 2016 celebrated 40 years of punk, with Artist such as The Damned, Adam Ant, The Corrs, Status Quo, Iggy Pop and Richard Ashcroft... With big headliners Stereophonics, Faithless, The who and Queen with Adam Lambert, bringing many anthems from over the decades to the crowd and capturing the British Punk scene within one festival, an outstanding weekend with some legendary music.
Punk turns 40 next year, and in celebration of four decades of this exciting and at times controversial music scene, The Isle of Wight Festival, the first major festival of the summer, today adds Iggy Pop, Adam Ant and more
The ‘little’ festival, which began life eight years ago at the back of a pub - main themes, cider and beer! - returns this August Bank Holiday with a musical line-up which may just be our best yet!
Adam Ant replaces the previously announced Friday headliners, the Levellers, who were forced to withdraw due to an injury to their fiddle player, Jon Sevink.
With four bespoke arenas dedicated to music, Latitude offers an enormous selection of the finest hand-picked bands and artists to create the perfect soundtrack to a resoundingly superb weekend. From reformed must-sees, to the newest essential hot tips from a variety of genres, Latitude’s music arenas have it all.
Hard Rock International and Live Nation confirmed today that Adam Ant & The Good, The Mad And The Lovely Posse, Rumer, Mike + The Mechanics, The Lighthouse Family and Barenaked Ladies will play Hard Rock Calling in London’s Hyde Park on Sunday 26 June.