Tickets from just £13. Save with 'Early Bird' tickets until 31st May 2018.
Now established as one of the 'must-do' events on the Isle of Wight, the 4-day festival will take place on 29th August - 1st September 2019, in the grounds of the Grade II* listed Georgian, Northwood House, Cowes, to the delight of last year’s attendees.
The festival will comprise 'A Wight Laugh' on the Friday night, bringing you international comedy to Cowes for One Night Only, 'Wight at the Musicals' on the Saturday night, starring Ruthie Henshall, and 'Last Wight of the Proms' on the Sunday, starring Lesley Garrett.
The festival celebrates the island's music, food and people, even featuring the native red squirrels. Whilst giving you the opportunity to be involved in the arts, through free arts workshops or by seeing the full line-up of international headline artistes, the festival aims to give islander's exposure to the arts, which they may never have experienced before. Festival founder, Mike Christie commented "There is nothing on the island quite like our festival. We're so excited to be bringing it back in it's second year and are anticipating a full sell out."
Exclusive early bird tickets are hotly anticipated. To receive news, including ticket release dates and headline artists, sign up to the Wight Proms mailing list via: www.wightproms.co.uk
“A brilliant afternoon, great entertainment and a lovely atmosphere. We all thoroughly enjoyed it.”
“Had the most amazing night last night... a huge well done to everyone involved! Thank you. When do next years tickets go on sale? We can't wait!”
“Very well organised a lovely setting and fantastic mix of music. Well done to everyone concerned.”
Map & Directions
- The Wight Proms 2018
- Wight Proms Workshops
|Open (29 Aug 2019 - 1 Sept 2019)|
|Open (16 July 2020 - 19 July 2020)|