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Rhythmtree Festival 2022

8 – 10 Jul 2022


Sticelett Farm

Rolls Hill
PO31 8NE

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Rhythmtree Festival 2022


Rhythmtree 10 years

After two years we can’t wait to welcome everyone back to Rhythmtree to celebrate our tenth show. With huge support we’ve battled through a few years of adversity as we faced the challenges of Covid and its impact on the events industry, along with a very sad move away from Three Gates Farm.

We feel our new site at Sticelett Farm, Thorness (located between Porchfield and Gurnard) will deliver everything you expect from Rhythmtree and more.

The new site has the familiar Oak tree lined fields only three miles from Three Gates Farm, but you can also enjoy a stunning sea view to enrich your Rhythmtree experience.

Beautiful rolling grassland with a small, yet uniquely special, woodland area allows us to provide an equally immersive experience to our loyal Rhythmtree family. Sticelett Farm is everything we dreamed of to deliver a tenth anniversary spectacle never to be forgotten.

Our tenth show sees a musical celebration like no other. Whether you arrive ready to discover new sounds or to relive past memories, we have a very special and unique three day programme.

Top of the bill sees none other than reggae’s finest The Wailers – few bands can claim genuine legend status, but The Wailers comfortably take their place in essential music history.

Indie, English singer-songwriter Badly Drawn Boy will be joining us as well as the American funk and disco band The Fatback Band with their R&B hits, plus many more acts yet to be announced…

Rhythmtree 2022 will bring you the old faithful; The Frolick Inn, The Didg, The Rum Shack, The Magic Teapot, a beautiful healing field, Woods Stage, a new world of children’s creative activities, Spoken Word and Carnivale.

The new leafy tree bordered site will be host to a vibrant carnival procession and be peppered with delicious local food stalls and craft exhibits. So much of Rhythmtree will be the same, but the new coastal location is sure to deliver an exciting new dimension to the three-day loved family event.

The Rhythmtree journey will be familiar, comforting and promises to be a voyage of discovery. The last Rhythmtree show was described as ‘pretty near perfect’ in the eFestivals review and the festival itself has undoubtedly stood the test of time with a decade of shows bringing industry giants such as Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and legendry drummer Ginger Baker to a field on a farm on the Isle of Wight.

Nothing has changed, yet everything is different as it has been nurtured and developed. Now, from a wealth of experience, love and unbridled optimism we present to you Rhythmtree 2022.