The Isle of Wight Festival is set for its biggest year ever from 8th-11th June, with a line-up featuring David Guetta, Run DMC, Arcade Fire, Rod Stewart, Kaiser Chiefs, The Vamps, The Pretenders, and RagNBone Man.
It looked as though IOW 2017 might not happen, but the festival has struck back with perhaps its most star-studded line-up ever – and four main headliners!
Most drive to the site, due to the location, but even so, you can find yourself with a long walk from the car park to the campsite – and when you’re carrying a tent and all your stuff, it can be an unwelcome start to the weekend.
But, the festival does offer priority parking which is much closer to the campsite… and upgrading to priority won’t cost you anyting more!
How to get a priority car park pass
As part of the festival’s commitment to help cut carbon and congestion on the island, those liftsharing to/from the site will receive a priority car park pass to encourage sharing. It’s really easy to register for one, and there’s no additional charge. Just follow the below steps, and you’ll be feeling VIP upon your arrival on the Isle:
All priority parking will be clearly signposted, so you can find your way quickly and easily. So it’s full steam ahead for sharing, VIP parking, and doing your bit for the environment!
Author Lex Barber