Isle Of Wight festival takes place between September 10-13
The Isle Of Wight is set to remain relatively dry all weekend as Missy Elliott, The Chemical Brothers and Duran Duran headline this year’s Bestival.
The annual festival takes place between September 10-13 and will also see performances from Tame Impala, Skrillex, Jamie xx, FKA Twigs and Underworld.
Rain is forecast on one of the three days at the Robin Hill site with the Met Office predicting that heavy showers are due on Saturday (September 12). However, the adverse conditions will only occur in the afternoon and will become calmer in the evening. The Chemical Brothers headline that night of the festival.
Prior to then, Bestival will remain dry with a bright sunny day expected on Thursday (September 10). Temperatures will reach a high of 19 degrees celsius with brisk southeasterly winds.
Similarly, Friday (September 11) will be dry but overcast as Duran Duran, Flying Lotus and Jurassic 5 perform live across the site.
Met Office information for the final day of Bestival (September 13) are unavailable at present but BBC Weather predicts heavy rain showers as Missy Elliott headlines and Skepta, JME and The Jacksons all perform live.
For more info on tickets and line-up check out bestival.net