Lewis Capaldi will make his long awaited Isle of Wight Festival appearance later tonight (Friday), when he headlines Main Stage.

After months out the public eye, the Scottish singer songwriter will take to the Seaclose Park stage at about 10.30pm.

In March 2021, the man who brought us Someone You Loved confirmed he would be here on Friday night (after being forced to cancel in 2020 and 2021).

Meanwhile, headlining the Big Top late into the night, Craig David presents TS5, from 11.45pm.

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Southampton's finest, just a couple of weeks ago the 7 Days and Fill Me In singer was entertaining the Platinum Jubilee crowds at Buckingham Palace.

Surefire winners Madness will be on Main Stage just before Lewis Capaldi.

They've been here before and we know it's a guaranteed party, from 8.45pm.

Their slew of hits is sure to feature Baggy Trousers and House of Fun.

It would be easier to write a list of songs the great Nile Rodgers has NOT been involved in, as a producer, writer and musician, than to list his many, many hits.

Together with CHIC, he will be on Main Stage from 6.45pm, after his memorable performance here in 2018.

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Norwegian singer Sigrid returns to Main Stage, from 5.10pm.

The Sucker Punch and Strangers star will be a popular choice.

The Snuts, due in the Big Top at 8pm, "don't like the safe lane" so an unexpected set is on the cards, meanwhile, The Vaccines are on Main Stage from 4pm.

The British rock band have five studio albums in their back pocket and have played with a host of former Isle of Wight Festival headliners, including The Rolling Stones, Arctic Monkeys and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Meanwhile, at the Electro Love stage, expect an eclectic line-up including Isle of Wight Councillor Ian Dore (who is also a DJ) and session on the decks by Denise Van Outen!.