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The Isle of Wight 2020 line up is here, and it's Quite Something

Lionel Ritchie and Lewis Capaldi double header? Sure. Why not?
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Published: 11:56 am, December 03, 2019
The Isle of Wight 2020 line up is here, and it's Quite Something

Isle of Wight festival has announced its 2020 line-up, and it's.... well... it's something.

A double header of Lionel Ritchie and Lewis Capaldi? Sure. A closing set from Duran Duran? Yeah, why not. Sam Fender, Maisie Peters and, um, Dido? Knock yourself out.

Yep, the Isle of Wight 2020 line-up has a bit of everything, if your everything is stocked in Tesco. There's also headline sets from Snow Patrol and The Chemical Brothers, plus Pete Tong and his Ibiza Classics, Becky Jill, James Arthur, Supergrass, Happy Mondays, Primal Scream, Shed Seven, Example and 'more'.

Tickets for The Isle of Wight Festival 2020 - held between 11th and 14th June 2020 - are on sale Friday 6th December at 9am. You can check out the full details in the poster below.

The Isle of Wight 2020 line up is here, and it's Quite Something

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