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Flo added to Isle of Wight line up

The Isle of Wight Festival today add FLO to their stellar 2023 line-up.

The Isle of Wight Festival today add FLO to their stellar 2023 line-up. This year’s BRITs Rising Star winners perform on the Big Top Stage on Saturday 17th June, alongside Example, The Reytons and more.

Since their debut single ‘Cardboard Box’ was released in March 2022, FLO have been on a stratospheric rise. The first band to win the coveted BBC Sound of 2023 and the BRITs Rising Star award, they have become the most hotly tipped British music act of the year. Their music encompasses three part harmonies and is a contemporary take on 00s R’n’B, layered with style and finesse. Their Big Top set will be the perfect opportunity to see the UK’s hottest new talent.

Other artists already announced to play across the weekend include headliners Pulp, George Ezra and Robbie Williams (UK festival exclusive), as well as Blondie, Niall Horan, Sugababes, N-Dubz, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Anne-Marie, Sam Ryder, James Bay and more.

Festival promoter John Giddings said: “Having worked with the Spice Girls & Little Mix, I can see the same potential in this band. They’ve had an amazing year so far and it’s great they’re coming to play one of their first shows on the island. I can see them headlining festivals in the future.”

Ticket information is available at

Ticket prices*:

  • Weekend with / without Camping: £225

  • Islander: £170

  • Student: £195

  • Teen (13-17): £195

  • Child (3-12): £7.50

  • Infant (2 & under): Free

  • Day tickets: £95

  • Payment plans available

*Prices subject to a booking fee

Camping options:

  • VIP Festival experience exclusive glamping options are on sale in the Harvest Moon Boutique Village:

    • Pink Moon Camping – choose from a colourful collection of accommodation and enjoy your weekend with a unique camping experience.

    • Eve’s Tipis – try something different and stay in a tipi, plus enjoy cocktails or champagne from the bar or some hot breakfast options to start your day right.

Disabled access tickets must be purchased from Ticketmaster, details on how to book can be found at

A variety of travel options including ferry, speed boats, Big Green Coach Company and National Rail can be viewed on the festival’s website.