Isle of Wight Festival
The Isle of Wight Festival was born in 1968, when widely acknowledged as Europe’s equivalent of Woodstock, it drew in the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Supertramp and the Doors. This year the legacy continues with The Isle of Wight Festival’s 50th anniversary. This extra special year is headlined by The Killers, Depeche Mode, Kasabian & Liam Gallagher with plenty of other indie and eclectic delights, and is sure to be one to remember. So why not escape to the Isle’s sunny micro-climate for four days of legendary fun.
This year's line-up includes M.I.A, London Grammar, Grace Jones, Plan B and many more.
- Secure camping
Oxfam has its own safe and secure campsite which is equipped with a marquee as a community space for our volunteers.
- Hot tea & coffee
We also provide all volunteers with access to hot tea and coffee, hot showers and toilets, so it’s really every festival goers dream!
- Phone charging
We know that access to power on a festival site is usually tricky so we ensure access to free phone charging points in our marquee.
- Meal tokens
You will also receive a meal token for each shift, to keep you full of smiles with a happy tummy.