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A to Z of the Isle of Wight Festival 2012
CAMPERS are flocking in droves – wellies at the ready!
The action in the big top starts tonight with sets from Primal Scream, The Stranglers and Penguin Prison.
But Isle of Wight Festival proper gets under way tomorrow with Feeder.
Revellers will be treated to a whole host of musical treats in Seaclose Park in Newport until Sunday.
But that’s not all they can look forward to. Your Entertainment brings you the A to Z of the Isle of Wight Festival .
A is for the Atmosphere created by the music, the fun and the people!
B is for Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band who headline the Main Stage on Sunday, closing the weekend in style
C is for Camping! Join the Festival’s eco friendly campaign – Love Your Tent when setting up camp over the weekend
D is for the Dance Tent where fans can dust off their summer dance moves to all the best tunes around
E is for Elbow whose epic sounds will entice and enthral everyone!
F is for Football. Don’t miss a kick in the Field of Dreams, where you can catch all the Euro 2012 quarter final action, including England’s clash with Italy on Sunday
G is for Give Bees a Chance, an eco initiative that ensures our honey making friends can flourish on the Isle of Wight!
H is for the Hippy vibe that makes the Isle of Wight Festival such as great place to be!
I is for the beautiful Island on which the iconic festival is held each year
J is for Jessie J who makes her debut appearance at the festival this year.
K is for the Kinetic Playground where YOU create some of the eco-friendly energy for the Festival using pedal power and hamster wheels
L is for Life’s a Beach, that’s right the Isle of Wight Festival has its very own Beach featuring live music, DJ’s and morning Zumba classes for a proper summer feeling
M is for Madness who play the Main Stage on Saturday June 23rd
N is for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds who make a Special Guest appearance at the Isle of Wight Festival on Sunday, ahead of the finale by Bruce Springsteen
O is for Oxfam who will be on hand with loads of vintage and contemporary outfits to get your Festival look sorted
P is for Pearl Jam who headline the Main Stage on Saturday
Q is for avoiding the Queues with a ‘When Nature Calls’ pass available from isleofwightfestival.com
R is for the Rides at the onsite fairground Sis for the longed-for Sunshine that often makes the Isle of Wight Festival one of the hottest weekends of the summer!
T is for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers who make their first appearance in the UK for 20 years and their first ever UK Festival performance tomorrow night!
U is for an Unbelievable weekend of music and fun V is for Variety, with so much to see, hear and do onsite
W is for the Weather that makes the Festival one to remember – come rain or shine!
X is for… well… X who play The Garden Stage on Saturday
Y is for the luxury Yurts for those who want to Glamp in style!
Z is for the Zumba classes available on the Festival’s very own beach.
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