A ‘Deck Disco’ set up by DJs from Isle of Wight-based Hush will bring musical entertainment to Wightlink at its Portsmouth car ferry terminal on June 16.
The company typically hosts quiet nightclubs, but the trio of DJs will turn up the volume on the car’s upper deck to get festival-goers in the party spirit.
Hush’s – DJ Crabbie, DJ Josh Peverley and DJ Stu Murray – will next head to the Isle of Wight Festival where they will perform silent disco at the Intoxicated Tea Rooms.
The 2022 Isle of Wight Festival will see performances from Lewis Capaldi, Kasabian and Muse, as well as many local singers and bands, including students from the Isle of Wight’s Platform One College of Music.
In recent years, celebrities such as Tom Jones, Roger Daltrey, Noel Gallagher, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, Run DMC and the Stereophonics have been spotted aboard the ferry.
Wightlink Managing Director Keith Greenfield said: “We are delighted to see the festival return to its usual location and look forward to welcoming thousands of music lovers as they travel to the island to what promises to be a spectacular weekend.
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“We hope the party gets started early with entertainment at our Portsmouth ferry terminal thanks to our friends at Hush.”
Wightlink’s Camber Cafe will feature a selection of treats from local island vendors, including Grace’s Bakery and Island Roasted.
The Isle of Wight Festival runs from Thursday June 16 to Sunday June 19.