Headliners for the Isle of Wight’s Eklectica music festival this September include pop songstress Pixie Lott, indie-rock band Noisettes and pop-rock group Scouting For Girls.
Radio DJ and presenter, Reggie Yates will be on stage on Friday with a performance from one of Britain’s most talented rappers, Tinchy Stryder. The Hoosiers and Scouting For Girls will be showcasing their talents on Saturday and then to bring the festival to a close on Sunday is Scottish rock band, The Fratellis, as well as alternative rock icons, Toploader.
Rob Holgate, the Event Director for Eklectica said of Pixie Lott and the Noisettes’ addition to the line-up: “Having these two acts headline this year’s festival is fantastic! They’re young, they’re cool, they’re current and most importantly they have amazing voices and stellar stage presence so both acts will add to the exciting atmosphere that will no doubt be buzzing around the woodlands.”
Eklectica is also about championing emerging artists and will feature acts including dance/electric band, The Wolf Club, 5-piece indie/electro band, who hail from the Isle of Wight, Nakamarra, and blues-rock guitarist, Kris Barrass whose new album is out now. The music festival is not just about music and will also have wellbeing activities. There will be the region’s local independent food and retail outlets.
Eklectica is at the Isle of Wight’s Robin Hill Country Park from Friday 7th – Sunday 9th September.
Tickets are available now from £25 (includes day, weekend and weekend camping tickets).
If you book your tickets through the Eklectica website you can now claim 25% discounted ferry travel with Red Funnel ferries and 20% discounted ferry travel with Wightlink ferries!
You can find out more and purchase tickets here.