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Isle of Wight Festival

The Isle of Wight Festival 2018 boasts an incredible line-up - including Depeche Mode, The Killers, Kasabian and Liam Gallagher as this year’s headline acts. Plus The Script, Van Morrison, Blossoms and James Bay are also set to perform to mark the festival's extra special 50th anniversary. 

With thousands of people descending on the island for a weekend of live music and celebration, it's no surprise that accommodation is scarce. If you're looking for a relaxing place to stay, within easy reach of the festival grounds, Thorness Bay Holiday Park offers the ideal base.

Just over 5 miles from Seaclose Park, it's perfectly located on the Isle of Wight's North Coast. Better yet, you'll also find fantastic facilities on site, including a heated indoor swimming pool, bar and restaurant - ideal for winding down or warming up between hitting the main stage.

Find out more about 2018's lineup and book your tickets on the Isle of Wight Festival's website.

Book Your Accommodation

Choose from comfortable caravans, luxury lodges and even safari-style glamping tents. You're guaranteed to find your perfect accommodation at Thorness Bay Holiday Park, whatever your budget. With 3 night weekend deals and 7 night holidays on offer, you can use Thorness Bay as a base to attend or extend your break and explore all the magical Isle of Wight has to offer.

Hurry, accommodation for the Isle of Wight Festival is booking up fast, so secure yours today by calling 0330 123 4850 or booking online below.

3 Night
Short Breaks

7 Night

4 Nights
Touring & Camping

From 21st June


Where and When

Thursday 21st – Sunday 24th June 2018
Seaclose Park, Newport


What's On

2018 hosts the 50th anniversary of first Isle of Wight Festival and boasts some of the biggest bands and musicians in the world.

Isle of Wight Festival website

Ferry Bookings

Don’t forget to book your ferry crossing to the Isle of Wight.

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