Bestival, held on the Isle of Wight and organised by Rob Da Bank, is the cherry on top of the festival season. There’s always a fancy dress theme and this year it was ‘The Future’. Some people really got carried away…
When bae is a character from Mars Attacks!.
Not entirely sure how these two fit the brief futuristic brief, but they look damn cool.
Wolf Alice tore up the main stage, interrupting the chilled atmosphere with a raucous set.
Even Daft Punk showed up! (Not really this is just two pretenders in surprisingly good costumes.)
Sean Paul headlined the Sunday night while the dancers onstage appeared to undertake a fairly strenuous work-out.
In the future, everyone is prepared for all weather.
Years & Years singer Olly Alexander got into the swing of things with a set of robot shoulder pads.
Warning: this is what happens when you roll around a ball pool while wearing Velcro.
Prince and Bowie have come back to the future AND multiplied.
MØ paid tribute to Fugazi, a band that sounds nothing like MØ.
It's an old joke, but damn, it works.
Wiz Khalifa unleashed inflatable spliffs onto the crowd.
The theme was 'the future' so, erm, here's Craig David.
These guys tried to dress as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman from Breaking Bad but made a bit of a meth of it.
The future holds breathtaking advances in the world of zimmer frames, apparently.
Ah yes, that cutting-edge, futuristic figure from the early noughties, Ali G.
Katy B kept it sweet with tracks from latest album 'Honey'.
People say millionaire DJ Diplo lives in a bubble from the real world, and they'd be right.
Stormtroopers: technically from the past, since Star Wars is ancient. But would you argue with these guys?
A modern family.
The Cure played the hits, with Robert Smith saying, “I came last year and thought, ‘Please Duran Duran, just play your singles.'” Amen to that.