Isle of Wight Festival promoter John Giddings has admitted his thoughts immediately turned to 2016 after fulfilling his long-held ambition of booking Fleetwood Mac to headline this year's event.
Fleetwood Mac, Blur, The Black Keys, The Prodigy, Pharrell Williams and Paolo Nutini top the bill at Seaclose Park, Newport, from June 11-14.
“The trouble is as soon as you finalise a line-up and see people’s reaction when they find out it’s incredible, you start stressing about what you’re going to ...
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