The Isle of Wight Festival is set to return for 2021 after being cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic and has a host of big names set to perform.

Liam Gallagher, Snow Patrol and Duran Duran are just some of the musicians set to perform.

The event is taking place from September 16-19 at Seaclose Park in Newport.

With Covid-19 cases still on the rise precautions are in place to try and best guard against any possible spread of the virus.

Festival attendees will need to show proof of a negative lateral flow test 24 hours before arriving at the park, or have had a second dose of the vaccine at least two weeks before arriving.

Some tickets are still available at Ticketmaster if you want to be there at the weekend.

Here is the list of all those performing on every day of the festival and where they will be performing.

What is the lineup for the Isle of Wight Festival?

Thursday 16 September

Big Top: Scouting for Girls, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Are You Experienced?, Foor (DJ Set Pre-Headliner)

Friday 17 September

Main stage: Liam Gallagher, Tom Jones, James, Becky Hill, You Me At Six, Lona

Big Top: Primal Scream, Shed Seven, Sigma (DJ Set), Lucy Blue, Charlotte Jane, Apollo Junction.

Saturday 18 September

Main stage: Snow Patrol, David Guetta. Sam Fender, James Arthur. All Saints, Lightning Seeds, Roachford, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, The K’s.

Big Top: Kaiser Chiefs, Example, Sam Feldt, Maximo Park, Ella Henderson, The Manor, Stone, Dylan John Thomas, Rebecca Hurn.

Sunday 19 September

Main stage: Duran Duran, The Script, Supergrass, Imelda May, James Vincent McMorrow, Seasick Steve, Megan McKenna, Chinchilla, Jonjo

Big Top: Razorlight, Maisie Peters, Lawson, New Rules, Lyra, Emily Burns, Wet Leg, Propaganda DJs (Pre-Headliner)