ICONIC brand Hard Rock Cafe will be returning to the Isle of Wight Festival 2019 for a sixth consecutive year.

The line-up for the stage has been selected by both Hard Rock and The Isle of Wight Festival, promising an epic mix of music’s most exciting rising stars, emerging artists, undiscovered acts and a couple of familiar faces, ready to rock this year’s festival.

This year’s line-up includes Andrew Roachford, Bad Day Blues Band, Bush and Richie 80s vs 90s, Chloe Leigh, Cruel Hearts Club, Cusp, Company B, Eddy Smith & the 507s, Gene Loves Jezebel, Georgia and The Vintage Youth The Novatones and We Are One.

Music is the heart and soul of the Hard Rock, a brand which for more than four decades has been committed to supporting live music and emerging artists from around the globe. The Hard Rock Stage at The Isle of Wight Festival is the perfect platform to get new tunes out there to thousands of music-lovers.

Sarah Handy, Sales & Marketing Manager for Hard Rock Cafe, said: “We are thrilled to be back for our sixth year at The Isle of Wight Festival 2019. This is the festival that sets off the summer season and we’re extremely happy that we continue to be a part of it. The Hard Rock Stage promises some of the most exciting new acts to hit the music scene, something Hard Rock supports and has always been incredibly passionate about. Once again it’s so exciting to be bringing more rising stars to the Hard Rock Stage this summer!”

The Isle of Wight Festival promoter John Giddings added: “We have this fantastic opportunity every year to showcase some of the great new musical talent that is out there and I’m excited to again partner with the Hard Rock Cafe on this. I’m looking forward to hearing some great bands across the weekend on this stage and hoping to find that future Isle of Wight headliner!”

n The Isle of Wight Festival runs from June 13 – 16. To book, tickets see isleofwightfestival.com/