Calvin Harris gets Isle Of Wight Festival crowd 'Ready For The Weekend'

Scottish singer/producer plays sunset show

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Calvin Harris helped the Isle Of Wight Festival crowd get into a party mood with a sunset show at the event this evening (June 11).

The Scottish singer/producer played after Doves' performance on the Main Stage on the first night of the three-day event, playing songs including 'Flashback' and the title track of his second album, 'Ready For The Weekend'.

Backed by his live band, all clad in black, Harris repeatedly shouted "come on" to the crowd as the sun set on the Newport site.

He earned cheers by adding the line, "I like those Isle Of Wight Festival girls" to 'The Girls', then later ended his set with 'I'm Not Alone'.

Calvin Harris played:

'The Rain'
'Stars Come Out'
'Colours'
'Ready For The Weekend'
'Relax'
'Flashback'
'Acceptable In The '80s'
'You Used To Hold Me'
'The Girls'
'I'm Not Alone'


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