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Isle Of Wight Festival Sunday Highlights To Look Out For

It's Sunday, and that means one last chance to party at this year's Isle of Wight Festival.

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

Marnie Marie (Main Stage, 11.55am - 12.25pm)

Wight Noize winning quintet who will make their Main Stage debut to open the stage today.

Recently crowned our Emerging Artist of the Month, this a band full of energy, soul and funk!

Cassie23 (Kashmir Cafe, 12.40pm - 1.15pm)

Back in 1978 Cassie were regulars on the Isle of Wight gigging circuit.

Their only single, 'Change My Image' became instantly obscure upon release and the band went its separate ways in 1985.

Fast forward to 2020 and New York's Reminder Records stumbled upon the single, tracked down the band and re-released it!

This proved the catalyst for the band to reform and release a new album 'Back in the Band'.

McFly (Main Stage, 3.15pm - 4pm)

With seven UK number one singles, six top-ten albums, and ten million albums sold worldwide, McFly are without question one of the UK's most notable bands of the 21st century.

Outside of the music, Tom has become a best selling children's author; Danny a TV mainstay; Dougie formed alt-rock band INK, and Strictly winner Harry is often seen on the BBC One Show sofa!


Nothing But Thieves (Main Stage, 5.50pm - 6.40pm)

English rock band, formed in 2012 in Essex released their self-titled debut album in 2014, with 2017 follow-up Broken Machine receiving wide-spread acclaim in addition to peaking at No. 2 in the UK Album Charts.

In June 2023, they released their fourth studio album, Dead Club City, which became their first UK No.1 album.


Green Day (Main Stage, 8.50pm - 10.50pm)

One of the best selling bands of all time, with more than 75 million records sold worldwide and 10-billion cumulative audio/visual streams.

Part of global stadium tour, this will be the Californian legends' first appearance on the Isle of Wight.


Fleetwood Shack (Hipshaker Lounge, 10.15pm - 11.15pm)

Fleetwood Mac's legacy lives on with this popular tribute band.

A beautiful way to enter the final stretch of this year's festival.

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