WILL Saturday's bill at the Isle of Wight Festival forever be remembered by those who were lucky enough to see it?

The answer is yes, because the night closed with an extraordinary performance by Fatboy Slim, the crowd erupting into pure happiness and pulling out their craziest dance moves after a day of incredible talent.

Although rain started to fall, this did not stop Anne-Marie, Bastille, George Ezra and special guest Fatboy Slim wowing at the event.

To kick off the evening, Rick Astley played adorning classics that got the crowd going, showing why he will always be a living legend.

He said: "It is my first Isle of Wight Festival. I’ve been to the Isle of Wight many times.

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"It’s exciting, to be honest, cause, you know, I didn’t think I’d ever get invited to do festivals."

London's coolest female solo artist Anne-Marie then set the buzzing mood for the evening ahead.

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Following her performance, Bastille complimented her talents with songs both old and new, showing exactly why their unique band always come out on top.

George Ezra impressed the crowd with soul-bearing music that almost made everyone cry, finishing with fireworks - a perfect reflection of the audience's excitement.

Overall, Saturday presented an impressive display of music in the festival's 2019 calendar.

KT Tunstall, Sundara Karma, and Miles Kane only added to this exciting talent, so what more could anyone want?

Singer-songwriter Miles Kane had an incredible way of touching the crowd's hearts, with comments of "incredible" and "best act seen all weekend" made of his performance.

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Sunday promises more fun as the festival comes to an end.

From the early afternoon, setting the music scene will be Tom Walker, Sigrid, Madness, Jess Glynne, Richard Ashcroft, and finally the one we have all been waiting for - Biffy Clyro.

Foo Fighters will also be performing in the Electric Love tent.

They told the Daily Echo: "We've been practising really hard so let's see if we can pull the tent down - expect high energy and running round on stage because we cause absolute carnage."

Of course, Biffy Clyro will round the night up by bringing everyone together with 'Collide', the song that made history - and will also make further history tonight.