Muse will provide the big finish at the Isle of Wight Festival tonight (Sunday) and they are rated among the world's best live bands.

From 9.20pm, on Main Stage, expect some pretty impressive staging for the award-winning band's hits over eight albums (and counting - Will of the People is due out in August).

Meanwhile, The Kooks are heading the Big Top tonight - part of their 15th anniversary tour.

The She Moves In Her Own Way band will be on stage in the big blue tent from 10.50pm.

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On Main Stage from 7.45, Rudimental will get the crowd on their feet.

Singer John Newman is in the house - we know this because he was on stage with Pete Tong last night - so we are guessing Feel the Love will be on the bill.

The teen in your life will be off to see Tom Grennan - and you should go with them.

The Sober singer is on Main Stage at 6.15pm.

In the Big Top, from 8.45pm, the ever popular The Charlatans return to the Isle of Wight Festival.

Just before them, at 7.15, are the brilliant The Coral, whose rendition of Dreaming of You is a good as ever.

UB40 suffered a sad loss last year, when frontman Astro died, but the band are here to do him proud, with singer Ali Campbell at the helm, from 5pm on Main Stage.

As the County Press reported yesterday, sadly Freya Ridings won't be able to make her Main Stage slot due to a chest infection.

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Instead the brilliant Laura Mvula will be stepping in from 3.50pm.

The incredible talent that is Mavis Staples is on Main Stage from 2.40pm.

The blues and gospel singer is also a civil rights activist who started her career with the Staple Singers.

She has been in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame since 1999 and the Blues Hall of Fame since 2017.

Bob Dylan wanted to marry her and she met Martin Luther King - she's a legend (and she has a new album out at the moment)!

Also on Main Stage today, Scottish band Del Amitri (hit song Spit in the Rain seems appropriate), Morgan Wade (her song Wilder Days has been a recent hit) and the Isle of Wight's very own Beth Brookfield (who won the Wight Noize competition).

In the Big Top, catch Toyah, Nina Nesbit and Isle of Wight breakout band Wet Leg.

They have played huge American TV shows, are about to support Harry Styles in Australia, so miss them (4.35pm, Big Top) at your peril.