Bestival’s Temple Island – the place to be this September

You will want to make sure you visit the Temple Island stage this year at Bestival. Legendary and hot new DJs will be spinning the freshest and most electrifying tracks in Bestival’s very own church of dance.

Bestival’s own dancefloor destroyer Rob da Bank says: However hard I try to stay away from the brain-melting mega-rave zone that is Temple Island at Betsival the more I seem to get dragged into the madness. With its unique stepped dancefloor and open air Ibiza vibe it really is one of our best venues at Bestival. Last year it seemed to be a lock out from lunchtime till the wee hours, and this year will be no different with so many amazing names and legends from Goldie and Annie Nightingale to new bloods My Nu Leng and Oneman… oh yeah and I appear to be playing a history of jungle with Aled Jones MCing over the top”.


Other acts who are scheduled to blow us away at the Temple Island stage will be Radio 1’s first lady Annie Nightingale, Croydon’s finest Artwork, San Francisco’s fastest rising star Avalon Emerson, Bodhi Presents Roots featuring Axel Boman, Bodhi Romare, Bade Records co-founders Talk&Smoke andBrothers Black, beat maverick Ed Solo, and Metalheadz don Goldie dropping an old school hip-hop set.

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Adult Ticket (entry from Thursday or Friday) – £190

Adult Premium ‘Wild Copse’ Camping Ticket – £299 (more info)

Student Ticket (entry from Thursday or Friday) – £180

(For full-time students only. Valid NUS or ISIC ID required at the box office. No other student ID accepted)

Teen (age 13-17) Ticket – £120

Teen (age 13-17) Premium ‘Wild Copse’ Camping Ticket – £149.50 (more info)

Child (age 12 & under) Ticket – Free (but you must obtain a ticket)

Child (age 12 & under) Premium ‘Wild Copse’ Camping Ticket – Free (more info)

VIP Ticket (Standard Camping) – £295

VIP Ticket (Wild Copse Camping) – £390

Campervan Tickets – £90 (per vehicle) (more info)

Caravan / Trailer Tent Ticket – £100 (One car only per caravan/trailer tent, no exceptions – more info)

Advance Car Parking – £15

– All Tickets will incur a booking fee

– There are no Day Tickets

– All Tickets incur a £1 donation to the Isle of Wight Youth Trust* (see below for further info)


Bestival’s ground breaking weekly payment plan means you can get yourself a Bestival 2016 ticket for just £12 a week! Spreading the cost across 15 weeks, an initial £25 deposit payment (plus booking fees and p&p), followed by 14 weekly payments of around £12, gets you a ticket for the same price as paying in one go.

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