More acts have been announced for the 2024 edition of Barclaycard presents the Isle of Wight Festival. Loreen, Georgia, James Marriott, Kingfishr, Henry Moodie and Bradley Simpson join the bill for the historic island event over 20th – 23rd June.

Taking to the Big Top on Saturday is Swedish singer/songwriter Loreen, who is sure to be a fan favourite having won Eurovision twice, first in 2012 and again in 2023. English musician James Marriott also joins the Friday Big Top line-up. 

Popular Folk band Kingfishr who have supported the likes of Bruce Springsteen, George Ezra and Dermot Kennedy, will open the Big Top on Friday and lead singer of The Vamps and solo singer/songwriter Bradley Simpson will open the stage on Saturday. Also performing in the Big Top is musician and producer Georgia, who will bring her electro-pop tunes to the festival, as is rising singer/songwriter Henry Moodie, who has amassed an 8 million strong following across social media.

Also announced is the line-up for The River Stage, the go-to place on site to discover new and exciting talent. Performing over the weekend are 86TVs, featuring The Maccabees’ Felix and Hugo White; The Effect, featuring the sons of rock royalty with Nic Collins (son of Phil Collins) and Trev Lukather (son of Toto’s Steve Lukather); Junodream, fresh from a sold out UK tour and reminiscent of Pink Floyd, Radiohead and Air; Andrew Cushin, who is supporting Noel Gallagher this summer; His Lordship, the project from Pretenders guitarist James Walbourne and drummer Kristoffer Sonne; and Angelina Mango, Italy’s 2024 Eurovision entry. 

Plus Corella, Coach Party, Swim School, Johnny Hates Jazz, The Rolling People, The Lilacs, Venus Grrrls, Germein, Angelo Palladino, The Molotovs, Tim Arnold, Freddie Lennox, Ivey, Fitz & The Fearless Dogs, Mitch Sanders, Shelc, Sun King, Wills & The WIlling, Big Knight In, Pronghorn and Fantasy.  

Festivalgoers can start planning their costumes now as the festival’s 2024 theme has been announced as ‘Summer Solstice’. Flower crowns, fairy wings, midsummer folklore and more will adorn those on site who, as is the festival’s tradition, will gather in Strawberry Fields at 2pm on Saturday 22nd June for their chance to be crowned best dressed.

Beyond the main stages, Isle of Wight Festival is thrilled to be bringing back  Cirque de la Quirk, Down by the River, Electro Love, Field of Dreams (for Euro 2024 & more), Hipshaker Lounge, Intoxicated Tea Rooms, Kashmir Café presented by the Island’s own Quay Arts, Kidzone, Octopus’ Garden, Platform One Stage supporting new talent from the Island’s music college, and This Feeling! to the 2024 event.

That Peter Crouch Podcast – Live

With over 80 million listeners worldwide ‘That Peter Crouch Podcast’ is firmly cemented as the UK’s most-listened-to sports podcast in the UK. So, with Barclaycard presents the Isle of Wight Festival 2024 falling right in the middle of Euro 2024 it seemed the perfect opportunity to bring his live show to the Big Top! With its unique blend of football banter, insightful discussions, banging tunes and of course hosted by Isle of Wight Festival superfan Peter Crouch, it will be the perfect way to start your weekend.

Catch this live show on Thursday night after watching England take on Denmark on the big screen in Electric Ladyland (The Field of Dreams)…so whatever the result they’ll be sure to have plenty to talk about!

Thanks to IW Festival for these images.