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25th May 2017

The Hard Rock Stage returns to the Isle Of Wight Festival

James Walsh, Fossey Tango, Germein Sisters, PINS, November Lights, Paves and more confirmed

Hard Rock Cafe has today announced that it will be returning to Seaclose Park for a fourth consecutive year. The line-up for the stage has been carefully curated by both Hard Rock and the Isle of Wight Festival, promising a mix of music’s most exciting rising stars, emerging artists, undiscovered acts and familiar faces.
This year’s lineup includes Starsailor frontman James Walsh, who’ll be making a solo performance on Sunday, after taking to the Big Top with his band earlier that weekend. 

James Walsh
James Walsh

100 Fables were crowned European winners at last year’s global Hard Rock Rising battle of the bands competition and now the Glasgow four-piece will bring its 80s new wave, post-punk sound to the Isle of Wight Hard Rock Stage. All-female five-piece PINS will be rocking it for the girls next month. Having collaborated with rock royalty Iggy Pop, the quintet’s latest EP ‘Bad Thing’ it out now – these ladies are tipped for big things. RPMs are emerging from the new music hotbed that is Brighton. Described by the BBC as ‘a spookily young Brighton trio with killer melodies’ they’re sure to rock at the Isle of Wight Festival with their bold, edgy sound. Also joining this year’s lineup are top talent including Paves, The Wholls, Paradisia, Bang Bang Romeo and more.


“We are so excited to be back for a fourth year at The Isle of Wight Festival. As always, the Hard Rock Stage will be showcasing fresh and exciting undiscovered music – something Hard Rock Cafe has always been, and remains extremely passionate about.  Year on year, the Hard Rock Stage receives an amazing response from festivalgoers at Seaclose Park - there’s nowhere else we’d want to kick off the festival season!”
Teresa Spaventa, Hard Rock Cafe European Marketing Manager

The full list of acts for the stage are Fossey Tango, Ashton Lane, Hot Vox New Blood Competition Winner, Rothwell, Germein Sisters, Abi Bridgeman, PINS, November Lights, Paves, Wild Front, The Wholls, Apollo Junction, Paradisia, My Girl The River, Judas, The Novatones, Luca Firth, Atlas Moon, The Sex Pissed Dolls, 100 Fables, Hot Vox New Blood Competition Winner, The RPMs, The Tamalas, Bang Bang Romeo, Electric Pyramid, Blacklight Panda, James Walsh, Alex Francis and Tim Arnold, 
These acts will join this year’s Isle of Wight Festival headline acts David Guetta, Run DMC, Arcade Fire, Rod Stewart and more at the festival. 
The Isle of Wight Festival 2017 will take place from 8 – 11 June 2017 at Seaclose Park, Newport.

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