I’m sure all your Blues fans out there already have this one in your diary, but just in case you forgot to order your tickets when I first posted it, one of New Zealand’s
Ryde, Isle of Wight
Ryde is known as ‘the Gateway to the Isle of Wight’ due to its Victorian pier where the Wightlink passenger ferry arrives. Hovertravel’s Hover also has a terminal here.
The shopping in Ryde is well-renowned with lots of independent shops.
Ryde has very large, shallow beaches and parks to match, making it a popular destination during the summer.
It’s also the largest conurbation on the Isle of Wight.
Below are the article OnTheWight have published about it:
UPDATE:It’s Sunday the 3rd June, not this week. Just in case you haven’t heard, the IW Festival will be selling just over 1,000 extra tickets on Sunday morning at 9am (!) to Islanders (detailed below). Most
Friday, 25th May, 2007 11:28am
By Simon Perry with one comment
The hugely popular Bluesroom returns to The Venue, Ryde Theatre, on Saturday 2nd June at 8pm with one of New Zealand’s finest bluesmen, Paul Garner. The Paul Garner Band are a four-piece ensemble featuring Hammond
Wednesday, 16th May, 2007 10:03am
By Sally Perry with 2 readers' comments
A slightly different one this month. Sunday afternoon, 4pm, BBQ and film evening showing Inconvenient Truth, Channel4 debate, and (maybe) other sustainability & eco-type videos. Please bring BBQ stuff, otherwise free! Location: Aldermoor Farm, Upton Road,