Famed for its history, festivals and being a holiday destination for families, the Isle of Wight will once again be the focus for the high-spirited music festival, Eklectica. This year, music lovers, as well as some of the biggest artists in the industry will descend on the Island for what is sure to be one of the most spectacular events in the music industry.

Held at the enchanting Robin Hill Country Park, from 7-9 September, Eklectica will wow people of all ages with its wide range of music acts. The family friendly event will showcase everything you expect to see at a music festival, including a range of camping options across 88 acres of stunning countryside and woodland. Whether you are looking for a family weekend away accompanied by some live music, or to be partying long into the night with your friends, Eklectica has something for everyone.

Eklectica boasts an exceptional range of acts to enjoy, as well as making for the perfect escapist weekend in a wonderfully relaxing setting. The festival will include a wide range of wellbeing activities throughout the weekend such as drop-in sessions every day, morning awakening sessions to get people up and ready for the day ahead as well as healthy breakfast options available from the woodland Heartwood Bar and Brasserie.

Headlining the opening day is popular TV and radio presenter, Reggie Yates, who will be performing a lively DJ set to audiences. Also headlining on the Friday is two-time UK number one rapper, Tinchy Stryder, who will wow audiences as he performs some of his greatest hits.

The following day will see pop-rock band, Scouting for Girls take to the stage. The band have sold over 1.5 million albums in their career, and in this, their 10th anniversary year the group will perform some of their most famous hits including She’s So Lovely and Elvis Ain’t Dead. The Hoosiers and popular indie rock group the Noisettes will also keep audiences on their feet on the Saturday with their own rousing sets.

On Sunday, chart-topping pop star, Pixie Lott, alternative rock group Toploader and Scottish band, The Fratellis, will then bring the incredible weekend to a close.

Tickets for Eklectica are selling fast, so be sure
not to miss out and grab yours today! Visit the website www.eklectica.live for more information.