PRINCE HARRY has been extended an invitation to this year’s Isle Of Wight Festival.
Festival organiser John Giddings revealed he had reached out to Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson.
He ensured that, should the 32-year-old choose to attend the annual event, he would receive VVIP treatment to catch acts including Arcade Fire, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and Rod Stewart.
2017 will mark the 16th Isle of Wight Festival since it was successfully relaunched in 2002.
Taking place June 8-11, it marks the first major festival of the summer.
He explained: “Adele wouldn’t be a headliner for us.
“She was brilliant at Glastonbury.
“It would be a repeat of the same moment.”
He made his stance clear on who would be however.
Mr Giddings told the publication: “Oasis would be welcome next year!”
Other acts set to perform at this year’s event include David Guetta, Run DMC, Kaiser Chiefs, Clean Bandit and Bastille.
The Shires, Texas, Jack Savoretti, Ward Thomas and The Undertones would also be welcome.
Headliner Rod Stewart said of taking to the stage: “I have been very lucky to have played many of the world’s finest venues and festivals – but never played the legendary IOW Festival.
“I am so excited to put that right. June can’t come round soon enough.”
Tickets are on sale now from the festival’s official website.