SATURDAY night saw Rick Astley take to the stage at the Isle of Wight Festival on two separate occasions, as well as performances from festival juggernauts, George Ezra and Fatboy Slim.

Festival favourite, K.T Tunstall performed on the Main Stage early in the afternoon, playing hits such as Suddenly I See, from her debut album — a self-penned song that saw her win a Q Award for track of the year — before making way for Sundara Karma.

Rick Astley then took to the stage and performed classics such as Never Gonna Give You Up, the 1987 hit that has no doubt stood the test of time — a staple on every 80s playlist.

Astley even went on to cover the Calvin Harris and Rag n Bone Man hit, Giant, which got the crowd moving, and took to the drums for a rendition of AC/DC's Highway to Hell.

With the sun threatening to break through the clouds, the Main Stage welcomed the UK's biggest-selling debut artist of last year, Anne-Marie.

The English singer songwriter performed popular singles, FRIENDS and 2002, as well as the body positive hit, Perfect — revealing her propensity to wake up late and neglect to brush her teeth.

With the sun finally smiling, Bastille returned to the Isle of Wight Festival and took to the Main Stage after Anne-Marie to perform familiar hits such as Good Grief and Pompeii, with the latter involving a guest appearance from Rick Astley on the drums.

George Ezra followed on from Bastille — telling stories between songs — and playing crowd favourites including Shotgun and Budapest — the former being his first number-one song in the UK.

Fatboy Slim included an anti-Brexit message during his night-time set, and said: “Music sounds better with EU.”

The veteran DJ opened his set — a visual master-class from start to finish — with the popular Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat.

Over in the Big Top, Isle of Wight Festival newcomer Yungblud delivered on his promise of 'manic energy', flying around the stage, crowd surfing, launching his mic stand and kissing his guitarist.

The 20-year-old from Doncaster played Loner, California, and I Love You Will You Marry Me to name a few, before capping the set off with one of his earlier songs, Tin Pan Boy.

Yungblud was followed by the super cool Miles Kane and indie rock band, Friendly Fires.

Garbage closed the Big Top, and blew the roof off with a storming, hit-laden set including Stupid Girl, I Think I'm Paranoid, and Only Happy When It Rains.

Lead singer Shirley Manson put in an incredible performance.

Today's (Sunday) line-up features Isle of Wight band Sub Pacific opening the Main Stage, followed on by Sigrid, Richard Ashcroft and Biffy Clyro.

The Big Top features performances from the Island's own Lauran Hibberd, as well as bands Starsailor, The Coral and Keane.

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