Tom Jones will make a special appearance at the tenth anniversary Isle of Wight Festival which happens from Friday 10th until Sunday 12th June 2011 at Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle of Wight.
Welsh legend Sir Tom Jones will make a very special guest appearance at next year’s Festival. With a career spanning decades, this will be the chance for festival goers to witness an unbelievable performance from one of the biggest names in music.
Tom Jones will bring his powerful vocals to the Isle of Wight Festival’s Big Top on Saturday 11th June. Festivalgoers will get the chance to see a show stopping performance and one thing’s for sure, Tom Jones will keep the audience captivated from start to finish.
John Giddings, the Festival promoter, says “What can I say that hasn’t been said about this man and his voice? We are so proud that he has chosen to play our Festival next summer. It will be incredible.”
Kings Of Leon, Pulp, Foo Fighters and Kasabian will headline the main stage at Seaclose Park, for what will be an extra special year for the Isle of Wight Festival as it celebrates its 10th birthday.
Tickets are selling very quickly for the event and are priced at £175 for adult camping, and £87.50 for a child ticket (aged 7 to 12 years). The price of an adult ticket without camping is £150 and £75 for children (aged 7 to 12 years). All children 6 years old and under on 10th June 2011 can go for free but must still have a ticket. Campervan permits were priced at £250 (all occupiers must also have a valid camping ticket) and have already sold out.
Thank you efestivals.co.uk for the news.