Isle Of Wight Festival Set To Be A Scorcher [Pictures]
The Isle of Wight Festival 2014 has kicked off, with the Red Hot Chili Peppers scheduled for Saturday night and red hot weather scheduled all weekend.
The Isle of Wight Festival 2014 is underway and it’s looking like it’s set to be a scorcher of a weekend! The Met Office has forecasted dry and sunny weather with temperatures reaching 22°C. British festival-goers will have their fingers crossed that this unusual weather carries on for the rest of festival season, although that may be seriously wishful thinking. With Glastonbury right around the corner we can only hope that the typical torrential rain of festival season doesn't start to set in.
The party has been kicking off at the Isle of Wight Festival, with festival-goers enjoying the hot British weather [Photo: Getty Images, Credit: Ben A. Pruchnie]
Scheduled to appear tonight at the Isle of Wight Festival are big name acts Biffy Clyro, Calvin Harris, Rudimental, Tom Odell, Starsailer and Lawson, with Katy B appearing at the Big Top. The rest of the weekend is jam-packed acts including the eagerly awaited Red Hot Chili Peppers, who will take to the main stage on Saturday night. Saturday also belongs to Cher Lloyd, Dappy and The Pretty Reckless among other acts.
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A festival-goer seen here sporting a traditional floral headband - the quintessential festival accessory! [Photo: Getty Images, Credit: Ben A. Pruchnie]
On Sunday, Isle of Wight festival-goers will be treated to bands including Kings of Leon, Suede, Passenger and late nineties/early noughties legends, Travis. There's certainly a lot to acts to look forward to seeing for festival-goers this weekend.
The Met Office has predicted a weekend of hot weather, so these festival-goers won't have to bother with their wellies! [Photo: Getty Images, Credit: Ben A. Pruchnie]
The festival will come to a close at 11pm on Sunday night, but for tonight and Saturday night the party will be buzzing at the Main Stage until midnight and 1am at the Big Top.