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Dates Changed For Isle Of Wight Festival
Details of next year's Isle of Wight Festival have been announced.
For one year only the Festival is moving from its usual weekend to Friday 22nd - Sunday 24th June, to make way for the Diamond Jubilee and half term celebrations.
John Giddings, Festival Promoter, says “We have been advised by the ferry companies that to run the same week as half term and the Jubilee would be problematic for our audience and production infrastructure. We have therefore taken the executive decision to move, for one year only, to 22/23/24th June 2012 to ensure a smooth journey for everyone and to get the entire infrastructure on and off the island”.
The 2 week long presale will start on Friday 30th September at 12 noon and for the first time the Festival is offering a staged payment plan for tickets purchased during the presale period only, at 2011 prices. Wightlink and Red Funnel will be selling ticket and ferry packages from the 30th September at 2011 ticket prices with early bird ferry rates.
If you are a Vodafone customer, you can get tickets from 28 September - 48 hours before the presale begins.(The staged payment plan will also be available to Vodafone customers)
Exclusive presale ticket prices:
Adult Camping £175
Adult Non-Camping £150
Child (7-12 years) Camping £87.50
Child (7-12 years) Non-Camping £75
Child (6 and under) FREE
All tickets are subject to booking fees
(All children 6 years old and under on 22nd June 2012 can go free of charge but must still be included in your booking in order to receive a wristband..)
All disabled customers must book via Ticket Zone on 08444 99 99 55
Tickets on general sale from November 2011 priced:
Adult Camping £190
Adult Non-Camping £160
Child (7-12 years) Camping £95
Child (7-12 years) Non-Camping £80
Child (6 and under) FREE
The Isle of Wight Festival will take at Seaclose Park, Newport.
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