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Take That Star Among New Isle Of Wight Festival 2022 Acts

Take That's Mark Owen, Freya Ridings and The Kooks are among the new acts announced for Isle of Wight Festival 2022.

The Amazons, Heather Small, Toyah, Joel Corry and the Isle of Wight's very-own Wet Leg also feature on the line-up.

Organisers have confirmed a host of new names today (Friday).

The Kooks, celebrating the 15th anniversary of their debut album Inside/Out next year, will close the Big Top on the Sunday (19).

Fan favourites and indie music icons The Fratellis and The Charlatans will also perform in Seaclose Park.

Double platinum singer songwriter Freya Ridings will bring her live show to the Festival, performing hits like ‘Castles’ and ‘Lost Without You’.

Singer songwriter Mark Owen who, over his 30+ year career has won eight BRIT Awards and sold over 45 million records as part of Take That, also joins the bill.

Heather Small, one of the defining voices of the century and the voice of M People, will also feature over the festival weekend. 

While, award-winning musician Toyah will add playing the Festival to her list of achievements.

The newly announced artists join headliners Lewis Capaldi, Lionel Richie, Kasabian, Pete Tong and the Heritage Orchestra presents Ibiza Classics conducted by Jules Buckley and Muse.

Also performing across the weekend are Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Blossoms, Rudimental, Tom Grennan, Sigrid, Craig David Presents TS5, The Vaccines, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, Shaggy, Happy Mondays, Mavis Staples, UB40 ft Ali Campbell, The Proclaimers and The Coral.

Announced today (in alphabetical order) are:

  • The Amazons
  • The Charlatans
  • The Compozers
  • Del Amitri
  • Everyone You Know
  • The Fratellis
  • Freya Ridings
  • Heather Small
  • Joel Corry
  • The Kooks
  • Mae Muller
  • Mark Owen
  • Mimi Webb
  • The Snuts
  • Toyah
  • Wet Leg 

Isle of Wight Festival 2022 is being held from June 16 to 19.

Tickets are on sale now at www.isleofwightfestival.com/tickets.

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