Festival access reviews

Isle Of Wight Festival

isle of wight festival main stage

FESTIVAL: Isle of Wight

WHERE: Seaclose Park, IOW

WHEN:  20 - 23 June 2024

HEADLINERS: Prodigy, Pet Shop Boys, Green Day


If you wish to purchase tickets and have access to the accessible loos give the Ticketmaster Special Access number a ring on 0800 988 4440 or visit their website.

After purchasing a ticket you are required to complete the booking form before sending it to [email protected] 


The Accessible Campsite is located near the main entertainment fields at Gate A2 situated on a flat surface equipped with its designated car park, accessible showers and toilets, HDU and wheelchair charging point. Please note  the ground may become uneven in poor weather. 

Upon arrival please go to the Box Office inside the accessible campsite to exchange E tickets for your festival wristbands, carer tickets and car park/ caravan passes. You will be asked to show ID.

If you are arriving by taxi please collect your access wristbands from Box Office Gate A2.

If you are arriving by Festival bus please collect your access wristbands from Box Office Gate A3.

If you are not camping and accessing the festival on foot via Gate A6 or have an Access A6 car park pass please collect your access wristbands from the Gate A6 Access Box Office.

If you are not camping and parking in the main car park at Gate A1 please collect your access wristbands from Box Office Gate A2.

Viewing platforms are located to the left of the main stage if you are facing the stage and at the Big Top. Each platform operates on a first come first served basis with a +1 to those who have Access A wristbands only.

There is an Access Shuttle Bus from the Access campsite up through the festival in Electric Ladyland in the main arena.

Accessible toilets are situated in the Main Arena, Strawberry Fields and Accessible Campsite (which also has a Mobiloo charging unit)

Lowered bars are located at Bar 1 Comfortably Numb, Bar 2 Pinball Wizard and Bar 4 Major Toms.


The original Isle of Wight festival was promoted by the Foulk brothers. In 1969 the festival saw Bob Dylan’s first paid appearance since his motor cycle accident in 1966 which almost put a stop to his music career.



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