Summer Fest Isle of Wight - Tickets on Sale!

Blackgang Chine Theme Park

Available to 30 August 2023

Book Summer Fest 2023 tickets on the Isle of Wight!

Are you looking for great family events on the Isle of Wight this summer?

Look no further than the Isle of Wight’s Summer Fest 2023! Tickets include:

  • After-hours entry to theme park
  • Firework displays
  • Live music from DJ Omar
  • Foam, confetti and laser party
  • eTickets delivered instantly by email and text

When is Summer Fest 2023?

Isle of Wight's Summer Fest at Blackgang Chine is almost over. Bag your tickets now for the last few dates - tickets are selling fast!

  • Wednesday 23rd August - 6pm – 9.30 pm
  • Wednesday 30th August - 6pm – 9.30 pm
  • Bank Holiday Monday 28th August - 6pm – 9.30 pm 

The final Summer Fest event takes place on the 28th August, so is the perfect August Bank Holiday event for families and a lovely way to end the summer holidays with a bang!

Where is the Isle of Wight Summer Fest?

The Isle of Wight Summer Fest takes place in Blackgang Chine Theme Park, one of the biggest attractions on the Isle of Wight. 

All tickets include after hours access to the theme park, so Summer Fest is a brilliant night out for families looking for things to do this summer on the Isle of Wight. 

Summer Fest is the perfect family event, but there are also grown-up attractions you won’t find anywhere else on the Isle of Wight. Make the most of your summer day out or August Bank Holiday and buy your tickets to Summer Fest at Blackgang Chine!

Isle of Wight PO38 2HN
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How to find us

The Island is situated just four miles off the South Coast of England. There are excellent transport links and frequent crossings by vehicle and passenger ferries from Southampton, Lymington and Portsmouth.

The ferry companies and Hovertravel run regular promotions. Don’t worry if you don’t want to bring the car, as there are fantastic bus links from the ferry ports with Southern Vectis, the Island’s bus service.

By car: 

Enter the postcode PO38 2HN into your Sat-Nav to find the site by car.

Parking at Blackgang is free so you can stay as long as you like in the park without worrying.

By bus: 

The number 6 bus route stops right outside the entrance of Blackgang Chine.

By boat: 

Car passenger ferry crossings to the Isle of Wight run from Portsmouth, Southampton, and Lymington. 

Foot passenger crossings are available from Portsmouth, Southsea, Southampton, and Lymington. 

  • The park is set on some of the Isle of Wight’s most beautiful coastline atop high cliffs. This means that the route around the site slopes in places, and some paths have a gradient of 1:5. Most of the park is accessible by wheelchair, but strong helpers should accompany those in manual wheelchairs who wish to visit all park areas.
  • Those using electric mobility scooters must ensure they are confident using the equipment and do not exceed its capabilities. Particular attention should be paid to the paths leading to and from Restricted Area 5, Cowboy Town & Snakes & Ladders, where gradients are likely to be at their steepest.

To ensure the safety of our guests whilst on the rides, there are height restrictions in place that our ride operations team will enforce:

  • Extinction: Guests must be at least 1.2m in height to ride.
  • Evolution Drop Tower: Guests must be at least 1m in height to ride
  • Shipwrecked: Guests must be at least 1m in height to ride
  • Waterforce waterslides: Guests must be at least 1m in height and be accompanied by someone over 14 years old to ride (or 1.2m to ride unaccompanied)
  • Snakes & Ladders: Guests must be at least 1.1m to use these slides and ladders
  • Pirate Barrels: Guests must be at least 0.9m in height to ride, each barrel has a total weight limit of 159kg

All the park’s rides and attractions are free to use as often as you like.

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