Friday at the Isle of Wight Festival means visits from Becky Hill, Sir Tom Jones, Liam Gallagher and James.

Becky Hill is no stranger to the Isle of Wight - she's played other events here in recent years - but will appear on the festival's Main Stage later.

Many of those arriving yesterday said they couldn't wait to see her.

Her biggest hit to date, Wish You Well, with Sigala, is sure to get festival-goers moving.

Becky has posted on Instagram"🙈 all of you at @isleofwightfest better learn the words to My Heart Goes!"


The great Sir Tom Jones returns to Seaclose Park for a much anticipated Main Stage performance.

With a career spanning decades and more sing-a-long tracks than you can shake a glow stick at, The Voice judge will be at the Isle of Wight Festival later. 

Earlier this year as previously reported, the Deliliah singer said he hoped to convert fans of Liam Gallagher into his own, in a light-hearted interview with Daily Star showbiz reporter Sam Mayers.

Tom told the newspaper: "I admire Liam and Oasis — and if I can make some of his fans into Tom Jones fans too, that's fantastic."

James are back for another stint at Seaclose Park - a firm Isle of Wight Festival favourite.

You'll know all the words to Sit Down, Laid and, She's a Star and Come Home, so prepare to sing it loud. 

The ever popular Liam Gallagher is also back at the festival today and he doesn't really need an introduction.

Expect a couple of Oasis anthems, scores of solo hits and - if today's Instagram posts are anything to go by - the added bonus of the incredible guitar action of former Oasis bandmate Bonehead.