The iconic event is due to take place at Seaclose Park in Newport between June 20-23. Tickets go on general sale at 9am GMT next Monday (November 6) – you’ll be able to buy yours here.
Today (November 2) organisers have confirmed that Green Day will deliver a UK festival exclusive performance when they close the IOW main stage on the Sunday night (June 23).
The Prodigy and Pet Shop Boys are scheduled to top the bill on the Friday (21) and Saturday (22), respectively.
Other acts on the initial line-up include Suede, Blossoms, Zara Larsson, The Streets, Nothing But Thieves, McFly, The Darkness, Crowded House, Beverley Knight, Keane, Toyah & Robert Fripp, and Simple Minds.
In a statement, festival promoter John Giddings said: “We’re thrilled to announce our 2024 headliners today and to continue to showcase a truly exciting array of talent for next year’s Festival.
— Isle of Wight Festival (@IsleOfWightFest) November 2, 2023
“From globally-recognised and pioneering artists, to chart-topping talent and rising stars, we can’t wait to welcome everyone to the island next year. Fans should stay tuned for more news soon!”
The first wave of artists announced for Isle Of Wight 2024 is (in alphabetical order):
Jo Whiley’s 90s Anthems
Nothing But Thieves
Pet Shop Boys
Rick Parfitt Jnr & The RPJ Band
Scouting For Girls
The Bootleg Beatles
The Mary Wallopers
Toyah & Robert Fripp
Barclaycard and Three customers can access an exclusive ticket pre-sale for 48 hours from now (1pm GMT on November 2) – visit here to do so.
Additionally, Billie Joe Armstrong and co. teased some UK and European headline shows last month while confirming that they’ll be hitting the road for a huge US stadium tour next year. The band will play an intimate gig in Paris this Saturday (November 4), and have told fans that similar dates will be held “in other cities very soon”.
Isle Of Wight Festival 2023 hosted headline performances by Pulp, The Chemical Brothers, Robbie Williams and George Ezra.