Isle Of Wight Festival announce exclusive 2014 festival performance of Kings Of Leon
Topping off the Main Stage headliners on Sunday 15th June, Kings of Leon make a much-anticipated return to the Isle of Wight Festival for a very special Festival exclusive performance. Kings of Leon’s Grammy Nominated 6th studio album ‘Mechanical Bull’ entered the UK charts at number 1 and now they’re taking the top slot on the legendary Main Stage on Sunday 15th June.
The festival is also excited to announce appearances from a selection of the best new and established acts, including chart toppers Travis, Clean Bandit, The Specials and John Newman. As well, they’ve got LA duo Deap Vally, half Scottish, half Swedish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt, Mercury Prize nominees The Horrors, plus the hotly tipped Gorgon City and The Strypes, all performing over the weekend.
Choral rock outfit The Polyphonic Spree, From The Jam, featuring Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler and four-piece girl group Neon Jungle will be heading to the Island this summer. Along with, Swim Deep, Chl”e Howland and The Selecter. But if that wasn’t enough, they’re also pleased to have top producer and DJ Duke Dumont, indie rockers Peace, July Talk and iconic British band The Move all on the bill. Finally, rounding off this spectacular list of artists they have Dappy, British pop-rock band Lawson and newcomers The Vamps…roll on June!
With an English Festival exclusive from Biffy Clyro on Friday 13th June, a UK & Ireland exclusive from Red Hot Chili Peppers on Saturday 14th June and now Kings of Leon on Sunday, they’re counting down the days until this incredible Main Stage line up lands on the Island.
As well as these headliners, don’t miss a sensational set from Calvin Harris who closes the show on Fridaynight, which also features a guest performance from Rudimental. Not only that, Passenger, The 1975 & The Waterboys will also all be appearing from 12th – 15th June.
Kings Of Leon
Travis.Clean Bandit.The Specials
John Newman.Deap Vally. Nina Nesbitt
The Horrors.Gorgon City.The Strypes
The Polyphonic Spree.From The Jam
Neon Jungle.Swim Deep.Chl”e Howl
The Selecter.Duke Dumont.Peace
July Talk.The Move.Dappy