The Isle of Wight Festival
section will be full this year as organisers have revealed all camping
tickets have now been sold.
Music fans have snapped up every on-site ticket, although a few non-camping
While thousands will be looking to buy tents
before they cross the Solent for the opening day of the event on June 21st, waterproofs
may also be useful in case the weather continues to be wet.
And good walking boots
may be an alternative to flimsier Wellingtons if it gets particularly muddy.
The annual event last for four days and is one of the first big festivals
of the summer season.
Stars of the Main Stage will include Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Biffy Clyro, Elbow, Jessie J, Big Country, Pearl Jam and Madness, the last of whom may find the surroundings a little less glamorous than their recent performance on the roof of Buckingham Palace.