Now in its tenth year, Kashmir Café is a firm favourite at the Isle of Wight Festival. Kashmir Café is run by Island volunteers and all profits go to Quay Arts, the Island’s charitable Arts Centre. Kashmir Café prides itself on featuring performances from the very best musicians from the Island, as well as the highest quality acts from across the UK and beyond.

Kashmir Café brings you the best the Island has to offer, including Island-brewed real ale, gravity-poured from the barrel, Island-roasted fresh coffee and specialist Cherry Beer.  Delicious homemade vegetarian food will be available from the Island-based vintage double-decker bus ‘Tansy’s Pantry’.

Kashmir Café is situated in the heart of the festival site, and regulars to the Isle of Wight Festival will tell you that Kashmir Café is the perfect drop-in place to discover some of the best music you can find, while you refresh yourself with some of the best food and drinks, and relax in the beautiful beer garden.

Kashmir 2017 is headlined by Plastic Mermaids, The Ohmz v Bigtopp, Wille and the Bandits & Tankus the Henge! Wheatus will play as special guests on Saturday.