Isle of Wight Festival Toolkit
Would you like to have two free 2017 Isle of Wight Festival Weekend tickets worth over £350 ? Then help us spread the word about how good our great Festival really is.
OFFER EXTENDED UNTIL THE 8TH OF MAY – FINAL DEADLINE
The organisers of Isle of Wight Festival are offering Wight BID levy payers and voluntary contributors (accommodation, hospitality, attraction and activity providers from the Isle of Wight) an opportunity to claim two free weekend tickets worth over £350 to this year’s festival in return for featuring the Isle of Wight festival on their websites, in social media and enewsletters, with the banners, photos and links supplied in this toolkit page.
Many people visit our Island for the very first time because of a major festival or event. As many as 60% of all new visitors come back to the Island time and time again over the years, bringing friends and family with them.
Attracting new mainland visitors to our festivals helps to create a long term sustainable and healthy tourism industry on the Isle of Wight. The more of us that promote great events on the Island, the better our prospects for increasing our Island visitor numbers.
David Thornton CEO Visit Isle of Wight
To claim your two free tickets you’ll need to put at least two festival “assets” on your home page, or another popular landing page, and set them up to link to http://isleofwightfestival.com/info/tickets.aspx?src=VIOWMember
Here are some examples of the “Festival assets” available
Any assets and link you use must be online by the 8th May 2017, the earlier the better, and must stay on your site until the festival weekend in June in order to qualify for your tickets.
Once you have done this, send us a link to the page you have posted the graphics on using the CLAIM FORM at the bottom of this page, we’ll check that they’re live and then process your two free tickets claim for you.
If you’re not a Wight BID levy payer or voluntary contributor, now might be the time to sign up, Click here to become a voluntary contributor to the WIGHT BID scheme.
Want to go ahead and claim two free festival weekend tickets? Follow these simple steps.
Look at the images below, (click on the image to see it larger), these images provide acceptable examples of how you could use the Festival banners on your website in order to qualify for the two free tickets.
Once you have decided on where you are going to place the Isle of Wight festival graphics:
- Select two or three assets from the files below to use on your site (or instruct your web designer to do this for you)
- Don’t forget to add the link > http://isleofwightfestival.com/info/tickets.aspx?src=VIOWMember to any and all the Isle of Wight Festival assets you show, so that your web visitors can click-through to book their tickets. You will not be able to claim your two free tickets iof the links are not in place and working properly.
- TO CLAIM YOUR TICKETS: Once you have uploaded the Festival toolkit assets to your site, scroll down this page and complete the Claim Form at the bottom of this page. Visit Isle of Wight will then check your link and process your free ticket claim.
Please note that your free tickets will be sent directly by Isle of Wight Festival to you later in May. We will notify all participating WIGHT BID levy payers and voluntary contributors when the tickets are being dispatched.
Scroll down the page to download toolkit assets now >
(In most cases, you can “right click” the graphic or photo and save it straight onto your PC). All assets need to link to http://isleofwightfestival.com/info/tickets.aspx?src=VIOWMember
Logos (which you can use as links on your website)
Social media banners and Graphics
Once you have uploaded the selected assets to your webpage and published them along with the link to the Festival webpage, complete this claim form to request your two week festival weekend tickets:
Thank You for helping us to spread the word about Isle of Wight Festival. Many people visit our Island for the very first time because of a major festival or event. As many as 60% of all events visitors come back to the Island time and time again over the years, bringing friends and family with them. Attracting new mainland visitors to our festivals is one way in which we are developing a long term sustainable and healthy tourism industry on the Isle of Wight.