If you would like to buy any Isle of Wight Festival merchandise, please visit our online shop.

Proof of you being a student doesn't necessarily need to be an NUS card. Your University or College ID card will also be fine.


Please visit: for details of road closures on the Isle of Wight.


There is no parking on the roadside as a clearway order is in place. If you live at the Newport end of Fairlee Road then you may park in Staplers or apply for a permit.


Seaclose Park will be closed to the public for a period before and after the festival.

More details to be published later.


There is access available to boats at Newport Quay. Please liaise with Newport Harbour Master.


The pub / restaurant will be closed during the Festival.


There is a bus service (one way) to and from Newport, for more details visit


From the end of the Festival on the Sunday until midday on Monday, Southern Vectis will be running return Festival shuttles back to all ferry ports to connect with all departing ferries (including departures through the night). Visit for more info.


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Co-op is returning for their second year at the Isle of Wight Festival, they couldn’t be more excited to be at the heart of the festival community this summer. Come and visit them in the campsite where you’ll be able to buy your essential items including food, water, beer, wine and toiletries. Of course, they’ll have sun cream and rain ponchos too! Co-op is all about being close to their customers and it doesn’t get much closer than being right outside your tent. The store will be open daily from 7am until 3am and even features their very own DJ, delivering a unique shopping experience like never before.


Barclaycard – official payment partner of The Isle of Wight Festival

Your Barclaycard is your pass to perks – pay for Food & Drink* on site with your Barclaycard and get 5% off. T&Cs apply.

Find out more.


Back in 1873 a young entrepreneur named Gerard Heineken discovered a passion for brewing. He built a brewery in Amsterdam and set about perfecting the recipe that would soon become Holland’s first ‘premium’ lager beer. Word quickly spread and the name Heineken, stamped onto every single bottle, became a national symbol of quality. Over the next 140 years his brewery expanded, but the name on the bottle always remained the same.

At the heart of Heineken’s success lie pure, natural ingredients: malted barley, water, hops and a small but significant extra called A-Yeast. Heineken’s unique A-Yeast is responsible for the rich balanced taste and subtle fruity notes that distinguish every single Heineken. Over the years our master brewers continued to perfect their craft.

It’s been 140 years since Heineken has been able to call itself a microbrewer. And while we’re proud that 25 million Heineken’s are served each day across 192 countries, we’ve never forgotten that the quality is measured not in the size of your brand but in the purity of your beer. Cheers!


What’s a music festival without a giant Archer and a refreshing pint of cider?

No need to answer that, because Strongbow is back at the Isle of Wight Festival.

Once again, there’ll be fresh beats from our DJs, as you enjoy a chilled pint in the day. And in the evening, we’ll take it up a notch – right through until the early hours.

So if you’re looking for somewhere to hang out with friends, burn some quality time and truly own your festival experience, just look for the Strongbow Archer. You can’t miss him.


Old Mout Cider’s Kiwi Camp returns to the Isle of Wight Festival for the third year running – the little camp with a big impact! Join us inside our quirky space to enjoy a crisp, cold exotic Old Mout cider, whilst doing good! As New Zealanders, we’re inspired by nature which is why we want to look after it. Dip your beak into plenty of fun activities and interactive entertainment, or if you’re in a relaxed mood, kick back on an upcycled sofa swing and take it all in.


Absolute Radio - Exclusive broadcast partner of The Isle of Wight Festival

The home of Dave Berry, Jason Manford, Frank Skinner and the No Repeat Guarantee. From landmark documentaries and intimate live sessions to festival exclusives and specialist programming, Absolute Radio is where real music matters.

Listen on 105.8FM in London and the South-East, nationally on DAB or 1215AM, online, via the official mobile app, digital TV or smart speaker. Plus, follow us on Facebook, twitter and Instagram for the all latest on Isle of Wight Festival 2020.