There are a number of annual music festivals that take place in various locations across the country including both large and small scale events. Other than the love of music all these festivas have one thing in common, the need for Event Medical Cover. If you are thinking of holding a similar type of event Outdoor Medical Solutions provide event medical cover and it might be worth contacting them to see how they can help you.
Amongst some of the largest festivals are the ones held at Glastonbury and also the Isle of Wight. The Isle of Wight festival takes place in the summer each year and has done for over years. It is the first music festival held each year to start off the summer season. It all started with a number of festivals that were held in the two years between 1968 and 1970 and these were often likened to other world festivals such as woodstock. The festival in 1970 was set over five days and saw the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Supertramp playing to crowds of well over 600,000 people.
Between the years 1970 to 2002 the festival took a break whilst it was tweaked a little under the guardianship of John Giddings (a music promoter). From 2002 there have been some incredible artists and musicians who have played on the Isle of Wight stages and these have included David Bowie, Foo Fighters, Kings of Leon, Amy Winehouse, Blondie and the Rolling Stones, to name just a few. Over the years more and more artists have added the festival to their yearly calendar of appearances.
The festivals is one for true music lovers of all ages and the set lists change according to changes in the music industry. As with many festivals there is of course the usual campsites available as well as many different accommodation options available near-by. The festivals views itself as a family friendly event with areas dedicated to those with younger children and family and teenage ticket prices available. Just a short hop over from the mainland and 2 hours from London this is a festival that you really should add to your to do list. So gather your friends together and book to attend this years festival and dance the days away to some incredible music with the likes of Anne Marie, George Ezra and Jess Glyne reportedly appearing on the various stages this year.