Here’s the weather forecast for the Isle Of Wight Festival 2021

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The Isle of Wight Festival is set to return for its rescheduled 2021 edition later this week – you can check out the latest weather forecast below.

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After its 2020 edition was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, the long-running festival was forced to reschedule its 2021 event due to the continuing effects of the health crisis in the UK.

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The Isle of Wight Festival 2021 now begins tomorrow (16 September) and will run until Sunday (September 19) at SeaClose Park in Newport.


as per the latest forecast from weather office, festival-goers can expect a largely dry weekend with a gap of some sunshine – although “light rain” is currently expected on Sunday. Daytime temperatures are likely to range between 18° to 21° – see forecast in more detail below.

Crowds at the Isle of Wight Festival 2019 (Picture: Getty)

Thursday September 16: It will be cloudy till late morning and will turn into an interval of sunshine, the temperature will reach 21 degree Celsius and minimum 14 degree.

Friday 17 September: Cloudy in the afternoon, which will turn into sunshine, the temperature will be maximum 19° and minimum 14°.

Saturday September 18: The sun turns cloudy at lunchtime, the temperature reaches a peak of 19 degrees and a minimum of 13 degrees.

Sunday September 19: The interval of sunshine turns into light showers at lunchtime, with temperatures reaching 18 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 12 degrees Celsius.


Liam Gallagher, Snow Patrol, David Guetta and Duran Duran will play the lead roles at this year’s Isle of Wight Festival.

In other festival news, Green Man Festival confirmed yesterday (14 September) that Michael Kiwanuka will be their first headliner for 2022.

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