Groove Armada lead latest Isle Of Wight Festival line-up additions

Annual festival will be headlined by Fleetwood Mac, The Prodigy and The Black Keys

Groove Armada are the latest act to join the line-up for this year’s Isle Of Wight Festival.

They head up a long list of new additions for the event, with Chicks On Speed, Coasts, Ruen Brothers and Pretty Vicious also set to appear between June 11-14 at Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle of Wight.

Other new additions include Visconti & Woodmansey with Glenn Gregory, Ben Montague, Bethia Beadman, Claydon Connor, The Carnabys, Germein Sisters, Little Eye, Honey Ryder, The High Kings, King Eider, Pronghorn, James Walsh, and Tim Arnold.


The festival line-up already includes Paolo Nutini and Pharrell Williams plus headliners Fleetwood Mac, The Prodigy and The Black Keys. Fleetwood Mac will close the festival, having signed an exclusive worldwide deal to bring their live show to The Isle Of Wight.

The Courteeners, Ash and The View plus Billy Idol, Kodaline, Counting Crows, You Me At Six, First Aid Kit, Sheppard, Jessie Ware, The Struts, Jess Glynne and Kool & the Gang will play the event.

The Prodigy and The Black Keys, will co-headline the Friday night of the festival, with another headline act to join Fleetwood Mac and the double bill of The Black Keys and The Prodigy to be announced shortly.

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