Jessie J, Natalie Imbruglia, The Pretenders, Johnny Marr, Feeder, S Club, and more have been added to the line-up for Isle of Wight Festival 2024. 

They join headliners The Prodigy, Pet Shop Boys and Green Day at the event, which runs from June 20 to 23 and is sponsored by Barclaycard. 

Southampton's own Caity Baser, hailed a future superstar by DIY magazine and One to Watch by Amazon, Rolling Stone and NME will also join the line-up for the first time ever. 

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Expect formidable vocals from Jessie J, who will entertain the Main Stage crowd with Domino and more.

Natalie Imbruglia's breakthrough worldwide hit Torn will feature in a set of songs from her acclaimed career. 

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees The Pretenders will close the Big Top on Friday night, performing iconic tracks including Back on the Chain Gang and Kid.

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The Big Top will also host legendary singer/songwriter, guitarist and founding member of The Smiths, Johnny Marr.

Celebrated, multi-platinum-selling rock band Feeder will also take to the Big Top, performing hits from across their 30 year career including Just Another Day. 

Bringing pop anthems to the island is beloved group S Club. They recently reformed to celebrate their 25th anniversary and will perform Reach, Don't Stop Movin' and S Club Party. 

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Tom Meighan also joins the bill today, performing on the Big Top stage, while breakthrough artists Cian Ducrot and Caity Baser make first time appearances. 

Cian is a streaming sensation, with breaking hit All For You streamed more than 68 million times on Spotify alone and ballad I’ll Be Waiting is currently sitting at over 163 million streams. 

Former Thornden School pupil Caity Baser has risen to the forefront of the pop music landscape as one of the UK's fastest-rising and most in-demand pop acts today.

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Rockers Wunderhorse also join the Festival’s 2024 line-up. Their debut album Cub was named as one of the best albums of 2022 by NME, and they’ve finessed their phenomenal live set while supporting the likes of Sam Fender, Fontaines DC, Pixies and Foals on the road. 

Also on the bill are Scouting For Girls, Suede, Jo Whiley’s 90s Anthems, The Streets, Keane, Simple Minds, Beverley Knight, Jake Shears, McFly, Blossoms and The Darkness. 

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