ROCK supergroup The Who have confirmed that they will open the Peel Bay Festival as part of the 100th TT party celebrations on the Isle of Man on May 30.
The seven-day long festival is being held in a 10,000 capacity marquee located on the West coast of the Island on the outskirts of the historic City of Peel - and is set to be the biggest and best music event the Isle of Man has ever hosted.
McFly, Ronan Keating, Madness and The Stranglers have all been confirmed as well as Manx born Bee Gee, Robin Gibb who will be performing on the 4th night in a special homecoming concert in preparation for his move back to the Island.
Promoter Jonathan Irving said “This is a fantastic coup for both the Peel Bay Festival and the Isle of Man. It is many, many years since such legendary artists have performed here on the Island and we are thrilled we have secured them to open our Festival. This is indeed a legendary opening for what we hope will be a legendary Festival”.
If you have pre-registered on the festival web site, you can buy tickets from 9am on Tuesday, 13th February. If you haven’t registered yet do so now on www.streetheritage.com (external site) or call the booking office on 01624 841234.
Tickets will go on general sale at 9am on Wednesday, 14th February.
Ticket prices will be Gold Seating £55, Silver Seating £49.50, Standing £45 and the VIP package which includes front row seats, full hospitality in the VIP Marquee before, during and after the concert and parking for £150. Disabled seats are available by telephoning the call center.
There is an introductory offer of a 5% discount if tickets are bought for this event within 21 days of going on sale and a 10% discount if you have purchased tickets for another night. There is also a 20% concession for children and senior citizens in Standing and Silver.