Fatboy Slim is to headline Bestival.

The 49-year-old dance music legend - who topped the bill at the festival when it first launched in 2004 - feels ''honoured'' to be closing the main stage on Friday September 5, and is equally excited by his fellow headliners, Sir Elton John and Snoop Lion, who was previously known as Snoop Dogg.

He said: ''It was at Glastonbury 2003 where I closed the Sunday Best stage for Rob da Bank that I first saw the glint in his eye to create his own festival. 12 months later I was headlining Bestival and ten years on, here I am again, throwing them the biggest birthday bash possible and sharing the main stage alongside Elton John and Snoop Dogg. It's an absolute honour to return for this momentous occasion - staying creative and independent in these times. You've come a long way, baby!''

The 'Praise You' hitmaker has dubbed his set 'Fatboy Slim's Bestival Birthday Bash' and promised the audience some ''very special surprises''.

Other acts already confirmed for the festival, which takes place between September 5-8 in Robin Hill Country Park, Isle Of Wight, include M.I.A, Franz Ferdinand, The Flaming Lips, The Knife, Wu-Tang Clan, and Carl Cox, while fans can also enjoy attractions including Films in the Forest, World Music Day on the Bandstand, The Wishing Tree, Swamp Shack and The Grand Palace of Entertainment.

Organiser Rob da Bank said: ''I still can't believe Bestival is gonna be ten... but it is and that's great cos it means we get to go even more mental with our onsite creations and general madness.''