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REVIEW: Isle of White Festival, 2018 – The Golden Anniversary!!

Unprecedented hot weather meant that Isle of Wight truly turned Golden in celebration of its 50th Anniversary. Without a Glastonbury this year #IOW50 was ‘the’ event to be at in 2018 and could seriously make Glasto returners think again next year. I love that moment in the build-up to the Isle of Wight festival when you get on the ferry and leave the mainland behind, it feels like you are… Keep Reading

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Isle of Wight Festival Weekend Tickets Sold Out!

Probably not a surprise really with the line up Isle of Wight have put on for their 50th Anniversary celebrations but unfortunately it’s now too late to get a weekend ticket as they have all sold out. There are other options though, with Sky TV broadcasts and a handful of limited day tickets still available. Flick of the Finger Magazine will be bringing you all the action from the whole weekend… Keep Reading

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Isle of Wight Festival – The Golden Music Event of the Year!

What’s all the fuss about? Isle of Wight have announced a huge line up to claim top spot of all the festivals this year! At the Event Production Awards held at The Novotel in London at the start of the year, Isle of Wight Festival was named the Music Event of 2017, ahead of Glastonbury, better than Reading/Leeds and significantly in front of any other competition like Latitude and Boomtown… Keep Reading

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Van Morrison

Van Morrison is an enigma shrouded in Celtic garb. An often cranky introvert who rarely gives interviews, he’s also an incredibly passionate and distinct vocalist whose concerts can generate serious heat. However his brilliance can be undercut by whim or temper, and he has upon occasion alienated audiences by rushing through songs and remaining aloof between them. He’s an Irish poet in love with all sorts of bedrock American music… Keep Reading

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Van Morrison & Jeff Beck, The O2 Arena, London

Two iconic heavyweights of popular music close out BluesFest 2016 in London’s docklands. Jeff Beck and Van Morrison shared the limelight in the capacious environment of the O2 Arena on Sunday night and basked in the sound of rapturous applause and sight of standing ovations as they did so. This was the closing act to a three-day festival that for the past couple of years has been held under the… Keep Reading

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