By Ross Findon
Friday, January 17, 2014
The first acts for this year's Rhythmtree festival on the Isle of Wight have been announced. Picture by Peter Boam.
RHYTHMTREE organisers have announced the first acts due to play at the Isle of Wight world music festival in July.
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by Alan Hunter
18th January 2014, at 19:06:52
I wanted to go last year but it's not a dog friendly festival so I went to Cropredy instead. Very laid back with loads of food outlets and a good bar, all at sensible prices. The whole village joins in so you can get a decent breakfast at the Church Hall , the Rowing Club or Cricket Club and there is no problem with taking your own food and drink into the arena either. You can also take folding chairs and sunshelters as long as the shelters are down in the early evening. Loads of dogs and no problems with them at all. It runs on Thursday, Friday and Saturday with Fairport (the organisers) headlining on the Saturday. There's a car boot sale on the Cricket ground one morning and Fairport and friends take on the local team on the Sunday morning. The two village pubs also put on bands as a fringe event so you can get a burger and a beer there as well.
by TED PARKER
18th January 2014, at 17:52:10
Don't get me wrong, out of the three this one is MY favourite - just no contest when the dates for this and Larmer Tree moved together.
by John Chaundy
18th January 2014, at 17:27:33
Never been before and I'm gonna leave the bog ones out this year and hit this one. Relax and chill AND IT WILL BE SUNNY
by Den Young
18th January 2014, at 15:25:37
rumours? wasn't that a Fleetwood Mac album.
18th January 2014, at 11:40:45
Regarding Rhythmtree, they have AGAIN set up a clash with Larmer Tree Festival, which is aimed squarely at the same audience and music taste.Unfortunately, I, and at least ten of my friends, will choose the mainland Festival instead. Sorry
18th January 2014, at 11:40:38
18th January 2014, at 11:37:30
Go on IW Festival Site - click on line-up - you'll find 6 big names (you, obviously, won't agree!) already listed, even though we're only half way through January. Further delving, and I found some interesting and very reliable rumoured artists.Still riding the same hobby horse ?????
17th January 2014, at 23:05:00
well at least they are letting names out, iow festi couldn't even sell their early bird tickets out
by john hanson
17th January 2014, at 22:33:46
not as bad as the noise and disruption cowes week brings and thats for aweek im over 60 and love the festival and what it brings to the island if you dont like it i suggest you move to bodmin moor
17th January 2014, at 20:56:21
the isle of wight festival is in the perfect position for every one except you
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