With the dust now settled on another stellar instalment of one of the UK's most famous music festivals, the first names have now been confirmed for the 2022 edition of the Isle of Wight Festival, including five headline acts.
Topping the bill on Friday 17th June will be Lewis Capaldi and Lionel Richie, with Nile Rodgers & Chic also performing on the main stage that day. Saturday 18th June will see 2018 headliners Kasabian return once more, sharing top billing with Pete Tong's celebrated 'Ibiza Classics' show performed with conductor Jules Buckley and The Heritage Orchestra.
Finally, closing proceedings on the final day of the festival – Sunday 19th June – will be titans of British rock Muse, making a triumphant return to the legendary festival 15 years on from their debut headline appearance back in 2007.
Elsewhere among the first phase of acts announced are a mix of generation-spanning stars from the worlds rock, pop, indie, dance music and more, including Mavis Staples, Blossoms, Sigrid, UB40, The Proclaimers, Shaggy, Rudimental, Tom Grennan, and Happy Mondays. See below for the full announcement, and head to our guide for more information about the festival.
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