Were you at the Isle Of Wight festival? Relive the weekend with our photo gallery, or just check out some awesome pictures of cool bands if you missed it. The Maccabees played a hit-packed set on the main stage, beginning with established set-openers ‘Given To The Wild (intro)’ and ‘Child’ before moving into the likes of ‘First Love’, ‘Can You Give It?’ and Ivor Novello-winning single ‘Pelican’.
Watch Orlando and Felix from the Maccabees update us on the follow up to ‘Given To The Wild’ from Isle Of Wight.
Opening with ‘Mr Brightside’ to huge cheers, The Killers then kicked off with a selection of newer material before moving into a hit-packed section including ‘Human’, ‘Somebody Told Me’ and ‘For Reasons Unknown’.
Following the announcement that they were to go on hiatus after the summer’s festivals, Bloc Party performed with a drum tech filling in for drummer Matt Tong, who is rumoured to have quit the band last Monday.
Isle of Wight finished with a final headline set from Bon Jovi and performances from Blondie, Paloma Faith and The Script.
The festival was blessed with sunshine all weekend.
Watch Everything Everything teach us the art of the festival set, speculate on what curating a festival would be like and look forward to their next headline UK tour.
Everything Everything played a selection of material from their latest album.
Watch our ‘Walk-On’ with Palma Violets.
They opened the festival with a typically cracking set.
The crowd were loving the stage dive.
The Stone Roses headlined the first day of Isle of Wight festival last night, playing a 90-minute set at the Seaclose Park location.
Fresh from their shows at Finsbury Park last weekend, the reunited Manchester band were on form for the majority of their slot. Entering to their usual walk-on music of The Supremes’ ‘Stoned Love’, the quartet then kicked into a surprisingly shortened version of ‘I Wanna Be Adored’ before continuing with the likes of ‘Ten Storey Love Song’, ‘Shoot You Down’ and ‘Fools Gold’.