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Isle Of Wight Festival Saturday Highlights To Look Out For

It's Festival Saturday and that means plenty of fancy dress and another iconic music line-up to enjoy!

Here are a selection of our recommended bands to check out today.

Natalie Imbruglia (Main Stage, 1.35pm - 2.20pm)

The Australian songstress first came to fruition with the single 'Torn' in the late 1990s, having first made her name as an actress in Neighbours.

She has since released six studio albums, including 2021's top-ten banger Firebird.

More recently she returned to Ramsey Street for a cameo appearance and won the third series of the UK version of the Masked Singer.


The Real Slim Shady (Platform One Stage, 2pm - 2.45pm)

The Isle of Wight's very own Eminem returns to the festival for yet another explosive hip-hop show.

With the incredibly talented Georgia Nicola accompanying him, you can expect fireworks on the P1 stage this afternoon.


S Club (Main Stage, 4pm - 4.45pm)

Legendary pop group who enjoyed four number one singles, nine international number one singles and four multi-platinum selling albums.

S Club also had a four-season run of a hit TV show.

This year marks their 25-year anniversary and first new music in 20 years.

The 'Good Times Tour' will be a celebration of the group's legacy, and a tribute to late band member Paul Cattermole.


The Pill (River Stage, 5pm - 5.30pm)

One of Isle of Wight Radio's Emerging Artists of the Month, The Pill are another band who formed while studying at Platform One.

Expect eccentric, elaborate and high-energy action from this duo.

Debut single 'Bale of Hay' has already captivated a large audience with its catchy chorus and outlandish lyrics.


Beth Brookfield (Platform One Stage, 5.30pm - 6pm)

Beth returns to the P1 stage to pay homage to the college where she first began to make a name for herself.

Having played the Main Stage in 2022, the singer-songwriter has gone from strength-to-strength since.

Her music encapsulates hooky indie-pop and dreamy guitar.


Ugly Ozo (Kashmir Cafe, 8.40pm - 9.20pm)

This mysterious solo artist brings a celestial quality to the stage.

Glorious guitar and a voice that could uplift the grouchiest geezer, Ugly Ozo will surprise and captivate Kashmir tonight.


Pet Shop Boys (Main Stage, 10.20pm - midnight)

Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe are listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the most successful duo in UK music history.

The Pet Shop Boys' live shows are best described at musical theatre, collaborating with directors, designers and artists to satisfy all of the senses.

'Nonetheless', their 15th studio album, was released in April this year, marking 40 years since their first record was released.

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